|All Our Own Work|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||Copenhagen, Denmark, July 1967|
All Our Own Work is a studio album by Sandy Denny and the Strawbs. Recorded in 1967 but not released until 1973, it contains an early recording of one of Sandy Denny's best known songs "Who Knows Where the Time Goes". Denny later recorded this song as a member of Fairport Convention.
The 2010 reissue on CD is produced by Chris Tsangarides and contains the following additional tracks:
Tracks 1 to 9 contain outtakes, demos, and original versions (with the strings that were omitted on the Hallmark release). These were all previously released on Sandy Denny and the Strawbs in 1991. Tracks 10 to 12 are previously unreleased demos.
Recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark July 1967
|United Kingdom||1973||Pickwick||stereo LP||SHM 813|
|Australia||1973||Summit||stereo LP||SRA 088|
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