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Fotheringay Full Album

Fotheringay Full Album

  • Performer: Fotheringay
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Country
  • Released: 2008
  • Style: Folk Rock, Folk
  • Label: Fledg'ling Records
  • Catalog: FLED 3066
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2783 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2616 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 112

Tracklist

1Silver Threads And Golden Needles
Written-By – Dick Reynolds , Jack Rhodes
4:30
2Eppie Moray
Arranged By – FotheringayWritten-By – Trad.
4:44
3I Don't Believe You
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:45
4Late November
Written-By – Sandy Denny
4:39
5Wild Mountain Thyme
Written-By – McPeake
3:50
6John The Gun
Written-By – Sandy Denny
5:06
7Two Weeks Last Summer
Written-By – Dave Cousins
3:51
8Bold Jack Donahue
Arranged By – FotheringayWritten-By – Trad.
7:38
9Knights Of The Road
Written-By – Peter Roche, Trevor Lucas
4:10
10Gypsy Davey
Arranged By – FotheringayWritten-By – Trad.
3:41
11Restless
Written-By – Peter Roche, Trevor Lucas
2:48

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FLED 3066Fotheringay 2 ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Fledg'ling RecordsFLED 3066UK2008
STAMLP 1001Fotheringay 2 ‎(LP, Album)Stamford AudioSTAMLP 1001UK2008

Credits

  • Backing Vocals [Additional]Wendy Righart Van Gelder (tracks: 9)
  • Bass, Backing Vocals, Harmony Vocals [Duet]Pat Donaldson
  • DesignPhil Smee
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing VocalsGerry Conway
  • EngineerHenno Althoff, Justin Fox, Richard Barron, Scott Whitley
  • Engineer [Sound Techniques]Jerry Boys, John Wood
  • Lead Guitar [Lead Electric], Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Alto Guitars], Backing Vocals, ProducerJerry Donahue
  • Liner NotesRichard Williams
  • Mastered ByBen Wiseman
  • Organ [Additional]John "Rabbit" Bundrick (tracks: 8)
  • Recorded ByJoe Boyd
  • Saxophone [Additional]Sam Donahue (tracks: 1)
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarTrevor Lucas
  • Vocals, Piano, Twelve-String Guitar, HarmoniumSandy Denny

Notes

mp3 download version of Fotheringay - 2 purchased via Amazon UK in 2013

Companies

  • Recorded At – Sound Techniques, London
  • Engineered At – Iris Of Hollywood Studio
  • Engineered At – Acoustic Wood
  • Engineered At – Adalt Tonstudio
  • Engineered At – Oxygen Recording Studio
  • Engineered At – Sonora Recorders
  • Mastered At – The Audio Archiving Company
  • Published By – Warlock Music
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell Music
  • Published By – Special Rider Music
  • Published By – Campbell-Connelly Ltd.
  • Published By – Winckler Music

Album

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