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9 thoughts on “ Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays (CD, Album) ”

  1. Jun 12,  · What We Did on Our Holidays by Fairport Convention is a timeless classic - Sandy Denny as lead female vocalist, Richard Thompson on guitar. Fairport masterfully updated classic British folk tunes to the s/5(96).
  2. Nov 07,  · The Hannibal "Unhalfbricking" CD is very dynamic. This is especially evident during "A Sailor's Life" Unfortunately it sounds like a high generation tape dub was used but I'll live with it I guess. Btw, "Ballad of Easy Rider" is also on the Richard Thompson CD called (guitar/vocal) - a collection of outtakes and unreleased live tracks from his Fairport days up through
  3. Mar 28,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays at Discogs. Complete your Fairport Convention collection/5().
  4. May 02,  · Fairport Convention, of course, had better luck in their homeland than they did in the U.S., to the extent that many of their most popular albums are available only as imports/
  5. Confusingly, What We Did on Our Holidays was titled Fairport Convention in its initial U.S. release, with a different cover from the U.K. edition as well, although Fairport's very first album from had used the title Fairport Convention as well. In the CD age, the title was standardized in all territories to What We Did on Our Holidays Brand: Island Uk.
  6. This is the new Fairport compilation in the Island Records' “An Introduction to” series. It has 16 tracks taken from the Fairport album up to Rising For the Moon, so it's a good companion to the new Sandy Denny collection Listen Listen - An Introduction to Sandy Denny. Even though all tracks are of excellent quality, I prefer the new 2 CD Fairport compilation Meet on the Ledge - The.
  7. Features ‘What We Did On Our Holidays’: Fairport Convention Find Their Sound. It was the first Fairport album to feature Sandy Denny’s unforgettable vocals and her addition to their Author: Paul Sexton.
  8. The slant would become much more British by the end of the '60s, though, both gaining and losing something in the process. Confusingly, What We Did on Our Holidays was titled Fairport Convention in its initial U.S. release, with a different cover from the U.K. edition, although Fairport 's very first album from had used the title Fairport Convention as well.9/
  9. What We Did On Our Holidays is a music studio album recording by FAIRPORT CONVENTION (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5.

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