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It's Sandy Denny

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Released  1970
Artist  Sandy Denny
Label  Saga
Producer  Marcel Rodd
Release date  1970
Genre  Folk rock
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Recorded  22 March, 26 April 1967, London
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Similar  Sandy Denny albums, Folk rock albums

It's Sandy Denny is a compilation album, issued in 1970. It consists of songs Sandy Denny recorded for Saga Records in 1967, and which were initially released on two separate albums: Alex Campbell and his Friends (Saga EROS8021), and Sandy and Johnny (Saga EROS8041)

Contents

Alex Campbell and his Friends featured Alex Campbell with Sandy Denny, Johnny Silvo, Paul McNeill and Cliff Aungier, and was recorded March 1967. Sandy and Johnny featured separate tracks from Sandy and Johnny Silvo, and was recorded a month later.

Tracks

SIDE 1

  1. "This Train" (Trad. arr. A. Johnson)
  2. "The 3.10 to Yuma" (George Duning, Ned Washington)
  3. "Pretty Polly" (Trad. arr. A. Johnson)
  4. "You Never Wanted Me" (Jackson C. Frank)
  5. "Milk and Honey" (Jackson C. Frank)

SIDE 2

  1. "My Ramblin' Boy" (Tom Paxton)
  2. The Last Thing on My Mind" (Tom Paxton)
  3. "Make Me a Pallet On Your Floor" (Trad. arr. A. Johnson)
  4. "The False Bride" (Trad. arr. A. Johnson)
  5. "Been on the Road So Long" (Alex Campbell: lead vocals, Denny: backing vocals)

Reissues

The album was reissued in 1978± on the Mooncrest label with the title The Original Sandy Denny. The songs have most recently (2005) been re-released as Where the Time Goes - Sandy '67 (Castle Music CMRCD1181) including additional alternate takes of "3.10 To Yuma", "Pretty Polly", "Milk and Honey", "The Last Thing On My Mind" and "Make Me a Pallet on the Floor". The album is also known as simply Sandy Denny.

Songs

1This Train2:05
23:10 to Yuma3:19
3Pretty Polly2:35

References

It's Sandy Denny Wikipedia


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