Details about Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays [Remastered] (2003)See original listing
11 Jun, 2014 17:30:47 BST
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Worcestershire, United Kingdom
An item that has been used, but is in very good condition. No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no scuffs, scratches, cracks, or holes. The cover art and liner notes are included. The VHS or DVD box is included. The video game instructions and box are included. The teeth of the disk holder (in the DVD box) is undamaged. Minimal wear on the exterior of item. No skipping on the CD or DVD, when played. No fuzzy or snowy frames on VHS tape, when played. See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. See all condition definitions- opens in a new window or tab
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Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays [Remastered] (2003)
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2. Mr Lacey
3. Book Song
4. Lord Is in This Place, How Dreadful Is This Place
5. No Man's Land
6. I'll Keep It With Mine
7. Eastern Rain
8. Nottamun Town
9. Tale in Hard Time
10. She Moves Through the Fair
11. Meet on the Ledge
12. End of a Holiday
13. Throwaway Street Puzzle (Bonus Track)
14. You're Gonna Need My Help (Bonus Track)
15. Some Sweet Day (Bonus Track)
Fairport Convention: Sandy Denny, Ian Matthews (vocals); Richard Thompson, Simon Nicol (acoustic & electric guitars); Ashley Hutchings (bass); Martin Lamble (drums).WHAT WE DID ON OUR HOLIDAYS is the original title of the album that wasreleased in the U.S. as FAIRPORT CONVENTION.German import is digitally remastered and contains three bonus tracks: non-LP b-side "Throwaway Street Puzzle," the unreleased "Some Sweet Day,"and rarity "You're Gonna Need My Help."An album that revels in an embarrassment of influences which the band bind, making their own. This was the Fairport that ran with the psychedelic underground, flexing their muscles, a slumbering entity about to wake. This was their beatnik phase, producing such evergreens as Sandy Denny's beautiful 'Fotheringay', the first tangible examples of electrified trad in 'Nottamun Town' and 'She Moves Through The Fair' - neither song, incidentally, British. More significantly, Richard Thompson began to move in his own mysterious way, gifting 'Meet On The Ledge' which has since become their signature. Variety, as they say, is the spice of life and this collection adroitly exploits just that.
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