Sandy Denny & The Strawbs – All Our Own Work LP


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A1 On My Way
A2 Who Knows Where The Time Goes
A3 Tell Me What You See In Me
A4 Always On My Mind
A5 Stay Awhile With Me
A6 Wild Strawberries

B1 All I Need Is You
B2 How Everyone But Sam Was A Hypocrite
B3 Sail Away To The Sea
B4 Sweetling
B5 Nothing Else Will Do Babe
B6 And You Need Me

C1 Two Weeks Last Summer
C2 Who Knows Where The Time Goes
C3 Tell Me What You See In Me
C4 Stay Awhile With Me
C5 Nothing Else Will Do Babe
C6 And You Need Me

D1 I’ve Been My Own Worst Friend
D2 Poor Jimmy Wilson
D3 Strawberry Picking
D4 Pieces Of 79 And 15
D5 The Falling Leaves
D6 Indian Summer

Julkaisija: Numero Group

“I met Sandy Denny at the Troubadour in Earl’s Court in late 1966,” Strawbs vocalist, guitarist, and banjoist David Cousins said. “I dropped in late one night to hear an angel singing. Sandy was sitting on a stool, wearing a white dress, a straw hat, and playing a Gibson Hummingbird guitar. When she came off stage, I introduced myself and asked if she fancied joining a group. ‘Who are you?’ she said. ‘Strawbs,’ I replied. ‘OK,’ she said. I went to the pay phone and called Tony Hooper to tell him we had a girl singer.”

Sandy Denny & the Strawbs were booked across the North Sea for a fortnight, with an option to record what would be their only album. The quartet spent days in a makeshift studio set up on the theatrical stage of Vanløse Bio, breaking down the Tandberg three-track reel-to-reel in time for the movie theater’s evening screenings before heading off to their nightly gig. In all, a dozen original songs were set down, including Denny’s recently completed “Who Knows Where The Time Goes.” From the moment Sandy Denny hesitantly delivered her original “Across the purple sky…” lyric, the song took wing toward canonization. But the world would wait another two years before hearing it, on Fairport Convention’s 1969 masterpiece Unhalfbricking. Only after four more subsequent years did the Copenhagen recordings come to light. All Our Own Work hit the marketplace midway through 1973 on budget imprint Hallmark in a cheap sleeve with brief, offhand notes from Cousins and fell out of print by the end of the decade. This 2014 vinyl issue collects the original 12 track album, plus a series of outtakes from the Vanløse Bio sessions previously unavailable on vinyl.


Paino 0.238 kg
Mitat 32.5 × 32.5 × 0.5 cm