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dimanche 3 août 2014

Fairport Convention - Fairport convention 1967 (full album + 4 bonus tracks)





 
Fairport Convention - Fairport convention 1967 (full album + 4 bonus tracks)
    

     

Fairport Convention is Fairport Convention's debut album. The band formed in 1967, with original line-up Judy Dyble and Ian MacDonald (later known as Iain Matthews) (vocals), Richard Thompson and Simon Nicol (guitars), Ashley "Tyger" Hutchings (bass) and Sean Frater, replaced after their first gig by Martin Lamble (percussion).
1."Time Will Show the Wiser" (Emitt Rhodes) - 3:05
2."I Don't Know Where I Stand" (Joni Mitchell) - 3:45
3."If (Stomp)" (Ian MacDonald, Richard Thompson) - 2:45
4."Decameron" (Paul Ghosh, Andrew Horvitch, Thompson) - 3:42
5."Jack O'Diamonds" (Bob Dylan, Ben Carruthers) - 3:30
6."Portfolio" (Judy Dyble, Tyger Hutchings) - 2:00
Side two[edit source]
1."Chelsea Morning" (Joni Mitchell) - 3:05
2."Sun Shade" (Ghosh, Horvitch, Thompson) - 3:50
3."The Lobster" (George Painter, Hutchings, Thompson) - 5:25
4."It's Alright Ma, It's Only Witchcraft" (Hutchings, Thompson) - 3:12
5."One Sure Thing" (Harvey Brooks, Jim Glover) - 2:50
6."M1 Breakdown" (Hutchings, Simon Nicol) - 1:22
2003 reissue bonus tracks[edit source]
1."Suzanne" (Leonard Cohen) - 5:48
2."If I Had a Ribbon Bow" (Hughie Prince, Lou Singer) - 2:44
3."Morning Glory" (Larry Beckett, Tim Buckley) - 3:13
4."Reno, Nevada" (Richard Fariña) - 7:43
Many will say the Fairports came into their own when Sandy joined the group and to an extent I agree the first time I heard "A Sailors Life" completely dissolved my universe and I mark that as the beginning of my love affair with acid folk but upon reflection and especially after hearing "Trader Horne" Judy Dyble's next project I can also say this that its a crying shame they didn't keep Judy for a few more albums She is obviously one of the most cosmic women who has ever lived, I urge you to listen to this then get Morning way, the Trader Horne album: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nm2s5V...
and I'm sure you will agree. So in conclusion Heres to Judy Dyble! I love you xxx