Hart, Tim / Maddy Prior

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Hart, Tim / Maddy Prior - Folk Songs Of Olde England, Volume I Folk Songs Of Olde England, Volume I
Folk New - LP Crest 23 Mooncrest
Sealed UK Original Recorded In 1968.... more details
 
Hart, Tim / Maddy Prior - Folk Songs Of Olde England Folk Songs Of Olde England
Folk Used - LP Crest 26 Mooncrest
Beautiful UK Original Recorded In 1968.... more details
 
Hart, Tim / Maddy Prior - Folk Songs Of Olde England, Volume I Folk Songs Of Olde England, Volume I
Folk Used - LP Crest 23 Mooncrest
Beautiful UK 2nd Issue. “The First Album By The Trad Folk Duo Of Tim Hart And Maddy Prior, Folk Songs Of Olde England, Vol. 1, Is As Interesting For What Came Of It As For What It Is. This Album, Recorded In 1968, Led Directly To The Formation Of Steeleye Span, Whose Early Albums Were An Electrified Variation On This Album's Traditional Acoustic British Folk-Rock. It Could Also Be Argued That Hart And Prior's Example Was Influential In Fairport Convention's Decision To Move From A California-Style Folk-Rock Sound Into Something More Uniquely British. In Light Of What Came After, Folk Songs Of Olde England, Vol. 1 Sounds A Bit Tentative And At Times Slightly Twee (Prior's Voice Has Not Quite Matured Into The Rich, Expressive Instrument It Would Soon Become), But On Their Own Merits, These Sensitive Renditions Of Traditional British Folk Favorites Like "Maid That's Deep In Love" Or "A Wager A Wager" Are Respectful Of Tradition But Not Bound To It, Performed With An Infectious Enthusiasm Quite Similar To What The Young Tradition Were Doing Around The Same Period.” - Stewart Mason, AMG... more details
 
Hart, Tim / Maddy Prior - Folk Songs Of Olde England Volume II Folk Songs Of Olde England Volume II
Folk Used - LP Crest 26 Mooncrest
Beautiful UK 2nd Issue Still In Shrink Wrap With HMV Price Code Sticker On Front Cover. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 1U/1U Stampers.“Although It Came Out A Full Eight Years Later, After Steeleye Span Had Made Tim Hart And Maddy Prior Household Names In The World Of British Folk-Rock, 1976's Folk Songs Of Olde England, Vol. 2 Picks Up Exactly Where The First Volume Left Off. Strictly Traditional Acoustic Performances Of Songs Dating Back To The 18th Century -- Plus A Single More Recent Composition, John Conolly's "Fiddler's Green" -- This Is Exactly What An Album Of Traditional British Folk Should Be. Reverent Of Tradition But Performed With The Lusty Enthusiasm Of The Best Pop Music, Hart And Prior Sing Beautifully Throughout. Prior In Particular Is In Excellent Voice Here, Full-Bodied But Not As Booming Or Overpowering As She Can Sometimes Be. The Song Selection Tends Toward Relative Obscurities, With The Opening "My Son John" And The Seafaring Ballad "The Bay Of Biscay" The Most Familiar To Non-Musicologists. Folk Songs Of Olde England, Vol. 2, Like Its Predecessor, Is As Good As British Folk Gets.” - Stewart Mason, AMG... more details
 
Hart, Tim / Maddy Prior - Folk Songs Of Old England Volume 1 Folk Songs Of Old England Volume 1
Folk Used - LP ARPS 3 Ad-Rhythm
1968 Second Issue Housed In A Laminated Flip Back Cover. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 

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