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|1. Genesis Hall|
|2. Si Tu Dois Partir|
|4. A Sailors Life|
|5. Cajun Woman|
|6. Who Knows Where The Time Goes|
|7. Percys Song|
|8. Million Dollar Bash|
|9. Dear Landlord (Bonus Track)|
|10. The Ballad Of Easy Rider (Bonus Track)|
Fairport's third album was released in 1969 only a few months after `What we did on our Holidays.' It sees Sandy Denny, Richard Thompson et al joined for the first time by... Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Guardian
These albums are old. But so am I. I have always felt that Sandy Denny had a voice from Heaven. I am also a Bob Dylan fan and after hearing his absolutely PERFECT performance of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Philip Hayes
Though written by Dylan, I've never heard anything, by anyone, better than Percy's Song. I've heard Dylan play it (on a bootleg of an early show), but even had he put it down on... Read morePublished 16 months ago by S. M. H. Klauber
By this I remember my younger years when I went to see the folk groups in my hometown.
Love the sound. lost my LP
Lived to its reputation as a classic. I enjoyed the entire album from start to finish. Sandy Dennys voice is ageless.Published 20 months ago by Louis bordowitz
This is my first Fairport convention CD and I'm hooked.
Love the wide range of places they take their music.
Fairport Convention/ Unhalfbricking: The title is a meaningless term apparently thought up by Sandy when the band was playing a word game. Read morePublished on December 5, 2011 by J. Bynum
I'm not exactly quick to give a Fairport Convention album a high rating. I just can't get into this band the same way most people can. Read morePublished on July 29, 2011 by B. E Jackson