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Sandy
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Rendezvous
Who Knows Where The Time Goes Box Set
Heyday: BBC Radio Sessions, 1968-1969
Sandy and The Strawbs
The BBC Sessions 1971 - 73
Sandy @ The BBC 1971
Gold Dust - Live at the Royalty
No More Sad Refrains
A Boxful of Treasures
A Boxful of Treasures II
Who Knows Where The Time Goes?
Georgia On Our Minds
A Ride Through Norfolk
At The End Of The Day

1967

Alex Campbell 1967 [click for larger image]
Saga Records ERO 8021 1967

This was the first album on which Sandy participated. Appearing with her were Alex Campbell, Johnny Silvo and the Johnny Silvo Folk Group (Roger Evans and Dave Moses), Paul McNeill and Cliff Aungier. These sessions date from 1967. Sandy's tracks were later rereleased on the album, The Original Sandy Denny.

Alex Campbell
Sandy Denny
Johnny Silvo
and the Johnny Silvo Folk Group
(Roger Evans, David Moses)
Paul MacNeill and Cliff Aungier
 

back cover [click for larger image]

side 1.

Intro: Down The Mine
 
Intro: Johnny Silvo/
Midnight Special/
 
Corn, Bread, Peas and Black Molasses/
 
Freight Train.
 
Intro: Sandy Denny/
The False Bride/Don't Think Twice
 
Intro: Cliff Aungier/
Chilly Winds/Blue Sleeves

side 2.

Intro:Paul McNeill/
Dick Derby/
 
You Never Wanted Me Babe/
 
Been On The Road/Dinks Song/
 
This Train/Tell Old Bill/Freedom

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1941 - 2004
one of the greats in
folk music
 

1925 - 1987
one of the most
important and
influential folksingers
of the folksong revival
in Europe
 

a wonderful voice which
is superb in volume, clarity,
tone and versatility. Once
heard it is never forgotten.
For good measure he is
also a top-notch guitarist.

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