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Sandy Denny - Like an Old Fashioned Waltz (2005) 320 kbps

6-04-2015, 13:33
Folk | Rock

Sandy Denny - Like an Old Fashioned Waltz (2005) 320 kbps

Artist: Sandy Denny
Title Of Album: Like an Old Fashioned Waltz
Year Of Release: 1973
Label: Island Records
Genre: Folk Rock
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:05:55
Total Size: 150 mb
WebSite: Album Preview


01. Solo 04:26
02. Like an Old Fashioned Waltz 04:14
03. Whispering Grass (D.Fisher, F.Fisher) 03:59
04. Friends 03:35
05. Carnival 05:50
06. Dark the Night 04:32
07. At the End of the Day 06:31
08. Until the Real Thing Comes Along (S.Cohn, S.Chaplin, L.Freeman) 03:45
09. No End 06:42

Bonus Tracks:
10. At the End of the Day (alternate take without strings) 06:31
11. King & Queen of England (demo recorded at home, Byfield, Northants, Dec. 1974) 03:54
12. Like an Old Fashioned Waltz (feat. Fairport Convention) (previously unreleased) 04:13
13. No End (solo piano version) 07:35

Sandy Denny - vocals, piano, acoustic guitars
Trevor Lucas - guitar
Jerry Donahue - electric guitar
Richard Thompson, Diz Disley - guitar
Jean Roussel, John “Rabbit” Bundrick - keyboards
Ian Armit - piano
Alan Skidmore - saxophone
Pat Donaldson, Dave Pegg, Danny Thompson - bass
Gerry Conway, Dave Mattacks - drums

With Like an Old Fashioned Waltz, Sandy Denny expands on the more polished moments that her previous work, Sandy (1972), had suggested. The tone throughout most of the record is melancholy and personal, with gentle piano, rich strings, and barely a trace of her British folk roots. "Solo," one of her best songs, opens the album with a sense of apprehension and yearning, while cuts such as the beautifully vivid title track, the longing "At the End of the Day," and the evocative closer "No End" nicely follow suit. The Ink Spots covers "Whispering Grass" and "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" break the mood a bit, but it's a testament to the breadth of Denny's talent that she's able to make this sort of jazz-inflected pop work for her. These two songs seem to hint at a new direction that never really materialized in her final years, though an entire album of Ink Spots tunes was actually rumored at one point. As Sandy Denny's last solo work for four years, Like an Old Fashioned Waltz remains an intimate and moving record.

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