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It's been a long time since I listened to the album in its entirety, and it's great to hear it again.
Late great Sandy Denny on vocals, Dave Swarbrick on fiddle and mandolin, Dave Pegg on bass, Simon Nicol on guitar and Dave Mattacks on drums.
Fairport Convention's Liege & Lief is an exciting folk rock album from 1969, probably the best of the genre of folk-rock.
Incredible line-up with so much talent. Every track is amazingly good. Love this Fairport above every one since.Published 9 days ago by Veronica Ashe
Liege and Lief is probably the most influential of Fairport Convention's pioneering electric-acoustic work in British-Celtic folk-rock of the 1960s, 70s, and beyond. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Dr. Victor S. Alpher
Favorite album by this band. A delight to hear the songs again.Published 4 months ago by N. Kilpatrick
Sandy Denny, in my opinion the best singer produced in the English folk movement in the Sixties & Seventies, maybe the best of that era in the UK generally, is at her best on this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Marco Buendia
Voted in 2006 as the 'most influential Folk album ever' by those lovely peopleoids at the BBC - "Liege & Lief" finished out an astounding year for FAIRPORT CONVENTION - '1969'. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark Barry
I know this is British Folk Music from the 1960s or 1970s but I think it is outstanding!Published 6 months ago by DARRELL MONK
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"she's gone, she's gone said the serving man, she's gone with the gypsy davey!"
GYPSY DAVEY recorded by Sandy Denny & Fairport Convention, tells story about royal lady married to a king or a great lord who runs off with a raggle taggle gypsy named davey
Jun 5, 2008 by K. Rhodes | See all 3 posts
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