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Sandy Denny - Sandy (Remastered Edition) (2006)

16-03-2015, 21:02
Music | Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Sandy Denny - Sandy (Remastered Edition) (2006)

Artist: Sandy Denny
Title Of Album: Sandy (Remastered Edition)
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: HIP-O (PG)/Fontana
Genre: Folk, British Folk
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 64:48 Min
Total Size: 159 Mb | 417 Mb (covers)
WebSite: Album Preview


01. It'll take a long time
02. Sweet Rosemary
03. For nobody to hear
04. Tomorrow is a long time
05. Quiet joys of brotherhood
06. Listen, listen
07. The Lady
08. Bushes & briars
09. It suits me well
10. The music weaver

Bonus tracks:
11. Here in silence
12. Man of iron
13. Sweet Rosemary (Demo)
14. Ecoute, ecoute
15. It'll take a long time (Live with Fairport Convention)

Sandy Denny's second post-Fairport solo offering, produced by then-future husband Trevor Lucas, is a beautiful blend of the traditional style with which she is most often associated and a slightly more lavish sound that would become more prevalent in her later work. Lucas does an excellent job of balancing the two and creates an exquisite backdrop for Denny's gorgeous songs and majestic voice. Nearly every track has the radiance and timelessness of her best Fairport work, along with an accessibility she had merely hinted at prior to this. "Listen, Listen," with its soaring chorus and bed of strings and mandolin, the lovely "The Lady," and the layered a cappella vocal arrangement of Richard Fariña's "Quiet Joys of Brotherhood" (featuring Dave Swarbrick's haunting solo violin coda) are perfect examples of Denny's enormous talents, and only a few of the many pleasures found here. Touches such as lush strings, Allen Toussaint's horn arrangement on "For Nobody to Hear," Sneaky Pete Kleinow's steel guitar and former Fairport partner Richard Thompson's guitars and mandolin bring out the many dimensions in Denny's music without obscuring it. Sandy also boasts her best collection of original material, as well as terrific covers of Dylan's "Tomorrow Is a Long Time," featuring Linda Thompson Peters on backing vocals, and the aforementioned "Quiet Joys of Brotherhood." If you're simply looking for a quick introduction to a wonderful songwriter and one of the finest voices in popular music, go for the single-disc best-of collection, but if you would like to hear Sandy Denny's definitive (solo) musical statement, search out Sandy.

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