PRICE: $27.00
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1-2 Weeks
ARTIST
TITLE
BBC Live in 1970
FORMAT
LP

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CATALOG #
B 188LP B 188LP
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RELEASE DATE
3/12/2013

140 gram LP clear vinyl in clear PVC sleeve (ltd. ed. 500 copies). "After her legendary tenure with Fairport Convention came to an end in 1969 (during which time she was voted 'Britain's best singer'), Sandy Denny, along with Trevor Lucas (of Eclection), decided to put together a new band. In early 1970 Fotheringay, named after a FC song (and featuring the talents of Jerry Donahue and Pat Donaldson), was born. Despite rave reviews along with the release of one excellent album for Island that same year, the band quickly fell apart due to personal reasons. These BBC sessions, recorded in April and November of 1970--and featuring amazing versions of songs like 'The Sea' and 'The Ballad of Ned Kelly', from their self-titled studio album, as well as versions of songs like 'Eppie Moray' and 'John The Gun', that were works in progress at the time--are a welcome compendium to their repertoire."