Sandy Denny and the Strawbs

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Sandy Denny and the Strawbs
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Compilation album by
Released1991 (1991)
Recorded1967 (1967) Copenhagen, Denmark
Genre Folk rock, progressive folk, bluegrass
Length36:54
Label Hannibal
Producer Gustav Winckler
Compiler Joe Boyd
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Sandy Denny and the Strawbs is a compilation album of songs by Sandy Denny and Strawbs. The album is a reworking of tapes recorded by the band in Copenhagen in July 1967. Tracks from those recordings were first released on the Pickwick budget label in 1973 under the name All Our Own Work . The track listing on this album is slightly different and some of the songs have the original string arrangements that also were recorded in 1967.

Contents

Track listing

Side one

  1. "Nothing Else Will Do" (Dave Cousins) – 2:25
  2. "Who Knows Where the Time Goes" (Sandy Denny) – 4:09
  3. "How Everyone But Sam Was a Hypocrite" (Cousins) – 2:48
  4. "Sail Away to the Sea" (Cousins) – 3:23
  5. "And You Need Me" (Cousins) – 3:18
  6. "Poor Jimmy Wilson" (Cousins) – 2:35

Side two

  1. "All I Need Is You" (Cousins) – 2:23
  2. "Tell Me What You See in Me" (Cousins) – 3:41
  3. "I've Been My Own Worst Friend" (Cousins) – 2:42
  4. "On My Way" (Cousins) – 3:07
  5. "Two Weeks Last Summer" (Cousins) – 2:06
  6. "Always on My Mind" (Tony Hooper) – 1:53
  7. "Stay awhile With Me" (Cousins) – 2:24

Personnel

Additional personnel

Other

Recording

Recorded in Copenhagen, Denmark 1967.

The liner notes state "The original 1967 sessions" although the liner notes for All Our Own Work wrongly state August 1968. This is a discrepancy as both albums derive from the same source recordings. Joe Boyd writes he and Denny listened to a white label pressing of the album shortly before the release of Sgt. Pepper (June 1967).

Release history

RegionDateLabelFormatCatalog
1991Hannibal LP HNBL 1361
1991Hannibal cassette HNBC 1361
1991Hannibal CD HNCD 1361

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References

Notes

  1. https://www.allmusic.com/album/r96126
  2. Larkin, Colin (2007). Encyclopedia of Popular Music (4th ed.). Oxford University Press. ISBN   978-0195313734.