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It is hard to pick favorites from this album because everything on it sounds great.
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.
Really enjoy this album. Too sad that Denny passed away so young.Published 6 days ago by Mark Kubler
What more can be said about this infuential album? Basically; Fairport Convention invented, "Celtic-Folk-Rock" and "Liege & Lief" could be considered the starting... Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Keller
This is "old timey" British folk music.
It has a couple of star cuts: Matty Grove and Tam Lin, steal the show! Read more
Fairport Convention has been around a long time, and all their music is timeless and great. You can enjoy them without feeling the music is dated or irrelevant. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bill
This band (in many incarnations) put out incredible music but this recording is perhaps their peak. With an emphasis on interpreting traditional songs and some tasty Richard... Read morePublished 1 month ago by richard mills
This is outstanding stuff. The opening track "Come all ye" just rocks you to bits with Sandy Denny at the helm then its masterpiece after masterpiece until "Crazy Man... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Philip Hayes
Yes, it's all that and more. Sandy Denny. What more can I say? Yes,yes,yes! I wonder what is next? Yes!Published 5 months ago by Jim
This music started it all off with a return to medieval tunes slightly updated. The singers tried to remain true to the roots of the songs and thus do not have some of the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by David G
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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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