Sandy Denny Discography

DISCOGRAPHY

The Albums

Alex Campbell and his friends

Sandy and Johnny

The Original Sandy Denny

Sandy Denny and The Strawbs

All our own work

Heyday

What we did on our holidays

Unhalfbricking

Liege and Lief

Fotheringay

The North Star Grassman and The Ravens

Rock on

Sandy

Like An Old-Fashioned Waltz

Live Convention

Rising For The Moon

Rendezvous

The Attic Tracks CD 1972-1984

The Attic Tracks vol 1

The Attic Tracks vol 2

The Attic Tracks vol 3

The Attic Tracks vol 4

The Best of Sandy Denny

The history of Fairport Convention

The Electric Muse

It all comes 'round again

Guitar, Vocal

From Past Archives

Who Knows Where The Time Goes

It Suits Me Well

A Chronicle of Sorts

One Last Sad Refrain

Dark The Night

The Original Sandy Denny Sandy Denny B&C Crest 28 CD Crest 002 Recorded during 1967 at Saga Studios, Hampstead by Marcel Rodd. -------------------------------------------------------------------- All our own Work Hallmark SHM 813 Copenhagen, August 1967 (released 1973) Produced by Gustav Winckler, engineered by Ivar Roserlberg. Dave Cousins - vocals, guitars, banjo; Tony Hooper - vocals, guitars; Ron Chesterman - bass; featuring Sandy Denny - vocals, guitar; with Ken Gudmand - drums. This is basically the same album as Sandy and The Strawbs but with some different tracks. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Sandy Denny and The Strawbs Available on vynil (Hannibal HNBL 1361) and CD (Hannibal HNCD 1361) Copenhagen, August 1967 (released 1991) Produced by Gustav Winckler, engineered by Ivar Roserlberg. Dave Cousins - vocals, guitars, banjo; Tony Hooper - vocals, guitars; Ron Chesterman - bass; featuring Sandy Denny - vocals, guitar; with Ken Gudmand - drums. This is basically the same album as All our own Work but with some different tracks. -------------------------------------------------------------------- What We Did On Our Holidays Fairport Convention Island ILPS 9092 (CD IMCD 97) Recorded at Kingsway and Olympic studios, Summer 1968 Produced by Joe Boyd Sandy Denny, Ian Matthews, Richard Thompson, Simon Nicol, Martin Lamble, Ashley Hutchings. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Heyday Fairport Convention Hannibal HNBL 1329 Released 1987 Sandy Denny, Ian Matthews, Richard Thompson, Simon Nicol, Martin Lamble, Ashley Hutchings. This is a collection of performances by Fairport for the BBC. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Unhalfbricking Fairport Convention Island ILPS 9102 (CD IMCD 61) Sound Techniques Studio, March/April 1969. Produced by Joe Boyd, Simon & Fairport. Engineered by John Wood Sandy Denny, Ashley Hutchings, Martin Lamble, Simon Nicol, Richard Thompson. The cover photo shows the band and Sandy's parents. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Liege and Lief Fairport Convention Island ILPS 9115 (CD IMCD 60) Recorded at Sound Techniques studio, Summer 1969 Engineer: John Wood Producer: Joe Boyd Sandy Denny - vocals; Ashley Hutchings - bass; Dave Mattacks - drums; Simon Nicol - guitars; Dave Swarbrick - violin, viola; Richard Thompson - guitars. The CD is mistitled 'Liege and Life', and has a mastering error making it seem that there are only seven tracks. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Fotheringay Island ILPS 9125 (Hannibal HNxx 4426) Sound Techniques, Spring 1970 Producer: Joe Boyd Engineers: Jerry Boys, Tod Lloyd Sandy Denny - vocals, piano, acoustic guitar; Trevor Lucas - vocals, acoustic and electric guitars; Jerry Donahue - lead guitar, backing vocals; Gerry Conway - drums, backing vocals; Pat Donaldson - bass, backing vocals. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The North Star Grassman & The Ravens Sandy Denny Island ILPS 9165 (CD IMCD 133) Recorded at Sound Techniques, Basing Street and Air studios, May 1971. Produced by Sandy Denny - Richard Thompson and John Wood. Engineer: John Wood. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Rock on The Bunch Island ILPS 9189 Produced by Trevor Lucas, recorded at The Manor, January 1972. The Bunch was an ad hoc collection of 'Fairport family' members who gathered together to record this collection of rock'n'roll songs. Apparently the reason behind the recording was to test the newly-opened Manor studios. Sandy was listed as being "Britain's first lady of song, if you don't count Dorothy Squires." -------------------------------------------------------------------- Sandy Sandy Denny Island ILPS 9207 (CD IMCD 132) Produced by Trevor Lucas, engineered by John Wood Sound Techniques & Basing Street Studios, Spring 1972 Richard Thompson - guitars, mandolin; Pat Donaldson - bass; Timi Donald - drums; John Bundrick - organ. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Like An Old-Fashioned Waltz Sandy Denny Island ILPS 9258 (CD Carthage 4425) Produced and Engineered by Trevor Lucas and John Wood Recorded at Sound Techniques, London and A & M Studios, Los Angeles Summer 1973 Sandy sings and plays with: Pat Donaldson, Gerry Conway, Dave Pegg, Dave Mattacks, Danny Thompson, Alan Skidmore, Ian Armit, Jean Roussel, Jerry Donahue, Trevor Lucas, Richard Thompson, Diz Disley & Rabbit. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Live Convention Fairport Convention Island ILPS 9285 (CD IMCD 95) Produced by Trevor Lucas and John Wood. Recorded at Sydney Opera House; Rainbow Theatre, London; Fairfield Hall, Croydon by John Wood, mixed at Sound Techniques. Sandy Denny - vocal, piano; Jerry Donahue - guitar; Trevor Lucas - acoustic guitar, vocal; Dave Mattacks - drums; Dave Pegg - bass; Dave Swarbrick - violin, vocal. This album was released in the US as "A Moveable Feast". -------------------------------------------------------------------- Rising For The Moon Fairport Convention Island ILPS 9313 Produced and engineered by Glyn Johns, Assisted by Benny King at Olympic Sound Studios. September-October 1974, February-March 1975. Sandy Denny: vocals, acoustic and electric pianos, acoustic guitar; Dave Swarbrick: vocals, violin, viola, mandolin, autoharp, dulcimer; Dave Pegg: bass, electric guitar, backing vocals; Jerry Donahue: electric, acoustic and slide guitars; Trevor Lucas: vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica; Dave Mattacks, Bruce Rowlands - drums, percussion. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Rendezvous Sandy Denny Island ILPS 9433 (CD Hannibal 4423) Produced by Trevor Lucas Engineer: John Wood Assistant: Dave Jordan Recorded at Basing St, Hammersmith, CBS, Strawberry Studios, Sound Techniques. Summer 1976 and Spring 1977. The CD reissue of this recorded also includes Full moon -------------------------------------------------------------------- Who Knows Where The Time Goes This posthumously-released record collected together all sorts of material recorded by Sandy during her career. It included tracks which had been released, demos of tracks which had been released, live versions of tracks which had been released and songs which had never been released. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The Attic Tracks 1972-1984 This is a CD with 18 tracks. Most tracks are from the 'Attic Tracks' cassette compilation. (Raven RVCD-46) Released 1995. The CD has a nice booklet with photographs and a little bit of history. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The Attic Tracks vol 1 This is a cassette-only posthumous compilation put together by the Aussie Friends of Fairport which became available in 1988. It includes outtakes from Sandy as well as some Fairport material and a few bizarre extras. The Attic Tracks Vol. 2 This cassette is exclusively dedicated to Trevor Lucas. Sandy and Trevor have been playing together both in Fairport Convention and Sandy's own band 'Fotheringay'. Trevor's powerful voice contributed considerably to the sound of the Rising for the moon and Fotheringay albums. It was recorded live at 'The Troubadour'. The Attic Tracks vol 3 This is a cassette-only posthumous compilation put together by the Aussie Friends of Fairport which became available in late 1989. Side 1: These are songs dating from 1966/7, which Sandy recorded at home and for the BBC radio program, 'Cellar full of Folk'. Side 2: The songs on this side date from Sandy's last concert, at the Royalty Theatre, London, on 27 November 1977. This is the biggest band that Sandy ever fronted, consisting of Dave Mattacks: drums; Pat Donaldson: bass; Trevor Lucas: acoustic guitar and vocals; Phil Palmer and Rob Hendry: lead guitars; Pete Wilshire: pedal steel; and Sandy herself on piano and acoustic guitar. The lady appears on Who Knows Where The Time Goes. The Attic Tracks vol 4 This tape only collection was issued in 1994; one side features Trevor Lucas (with and without Fairport) and the other side features Sandy Denny. ------------------------------------------------------------------- The History of Fairport Convention Fairport Convention Island ICD 4, November 1972 This double album was released at a time when it seemed that Fairport had ceased to exist. The tracks listed below are the ones on which Sandy appears, and are all studio versions which had previously been released. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The Electric Muse "The story of folk into rock" 4-LP set, Island/Transatlantic FOLK 1001, 1975 This compilation album by various artists traces how folk songs developed into rock. The record features several performances by Sandy Denny and Fairport Convention, although all of these are to be found on Fairport albums. The record also features versions of songs by other artists which have been recorded by Fairport. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Alex Campbell and his friends Saga EROS 8021 This was the first album on which Sandy participated. Appearing with her are Alex Campbell and the Johnny Silvo Folk Group (Roger Evans and Dave Moses). These sessions date from 1967. Sandy's tracks were later rereleased on The original Sandy Denny. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Sandy and Johnny Saga EROS 8041 More 1967 tracks from Saga Records, which were later rereleased on The original Sandy Denny. -------------------------------------------------------------------- It all comes 'round again Fairport Convention Island Visual Arts video IVA 002 This visual history of Fairport Convention contains only one song performed by Sandy Denny, but includes several interviews which allude to Sandy, and there are many photos of her. -------------------------------------------------------------------- The Best of Sandy Denny Hannibal HNxx 1328 This posthumous collection contains studio versions of some of Sandy's greatest recordings. All the versions herein collected are available on other officially released recordings. Two extra tracks appear on the CD version: -------------------------------------------------------------------- (Guitar, vocal) Richard Thompson Island ICD 8 (released 1976) ------------------------------------------------------------------- From Past Archives Fairport Convention An Italian produced semi-official bootleg CD, released 1993. Also included on the CD but not featuring Sandy Denny are: 'Open the door Homer', 'Sickness and disease', and 'Doctor of Physick'. ------------------------------------------------------------------- A Chronicle of Sorts 1967-1969 Fairport Convention Nixed Records (NIX 003) 1995 This is a bootleg CD released somewhere in 1995. Most of the songs were recorded from radio or TV shows. Although the overall sound quality is poor, it is an interesting collector's item. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Other recordings These are songs which Sandy recorded, but never appeared on official albums for various reasons, or recordings of other artists on which Sandy guested. -------------------------------------------------------------------- One Last Sad Refrain This is a bootleg CD with Sandy's last concert at The Royalty Theatre, Kingsway, London, 27-Nov-77 as well as 4 tracks from the 'Swedish Fly Girls' sessions. It is on NIXED 002. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Dark The Night This is a bootleg CD with BBC recordings, home demos, as well as two tracks from the 'Pass of Arms' movie soundtrack. It is on NIXED 006. Many tracks of this CD also appear on 'The Attic Tracks' but the sound quality of this CD is much better.

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