Marian Segal With Silver Jade

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Marian Segal With Silver Jade - Fly On Strangewings Fly On Strangewings
Folk New - LP 9100 DJM
Factory Sealed 1971 Original, Clean COH. 2" Split/Paper Tear On Bottom Jacket, From Spine In, Hence Price. Though Fly On Strangewings Had First Been Issued In Mid-1970 Under The Name Jade In The Band's Native U.K., When It Came Out On Bell In America In 1971, It Was Credited To Marian Segal With Silver Jade. This Was Because There Was Already A Band Named Jade In The States, Though Otherwise, The U.K. And U.S. Editions Of Fly On Strangewings Differ Only In The Artist Billing And Sleeve, Containing Identical Music. While This, The Group's Only Album, Is Decent, Early-'70s British Folk-Rock, It's Similarity To The Material That Sandy Denny Sang Lead On With Fairport Convention Is So Evident That It's Rather Unnerving. Marian Segal Sounded More Like Denny Than Any Other British Folk-Rock Singer Of The Time Did, And The Songs Mixed Rock Music, More Traditional British Isles Folk Melodic And Lyrical Elements, And Stirring Contemporary Rock Singer-Songwriting In Much The Same Way That Fairport Did In Their What We Did On Our Holidays And Unhalfbricking Era. The Differences? Well, Jade Had A Little More Of A Pop Influence Than Fairport, Occasionally Using Orchestration, And Less Of A Traditional Folk One, Never Updating Trad Folk Tunes With Rock Arrangements, As Fairport Sometimes Did. And Of Course Where Fairport Split Up The Lead Vocals Among Several Members, Marian Segal Takes Almost All Of Them Here, Though There Are A Good Amount Of Vocal Harmonies That, Again, Can't Fail But To Recall Early Fairport." - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide... more details
 
Marian Segal With Silver Jade - Fly On Strangewings Fly On Strangewings
Psych New - LP DJM 9100 DJM
Factory Sealed 1971 Original. Small Cut Corner. Saw Cut. "Though Fly On Strangewings Had First Been Issued In Mid-1970 Under The Name Jade In The Band's Native U.K., When It Came Out On Bell In America In 1971, It Was Credited To Marian Segal With Silver Jade. This Was Because There Was Already A Band Named Jade In The States, Though Otherwise, The U.K. And U.S. Editions Of Fly On Strangewings Differ Only In The Artist Billing And Sleeve, Containing Identical Music. While This, The Group's Only Album, Is Decent, Early-'70s British Folk-Rock, It's Similarity To The Material That Sandy Denny Sang Lead On With Fairport Convention Is So Evident That It's Rather Unnerving. Marian Segal Sounded More Like Denny Than Any Other British Folk-Rock Singer Of The Time Did, And The Songs Mixed Rock Music, More Traditional British Isles Folk Melodic And Lyrical Elements, And Stirring Contemporary Rock Singer-Songwriting In Much The Same Way That Fairport Did In Their What We Did On Our Holidays And Unhalfbricking Era. The Differences? Well, Jade Had A Little More Of A Pop Influence Than Fairport, Occasionally Using Orchestration, And Less Of A Traditional Folk One, Never Updating Trad Folk Tunes With Rock Arrangements, As Fairport Sometimes Did. And Of Course Where Fairport Split Up The Lead Vocals Among Several Members, Marian Segal Takes Almost All Of Them Here, Though There Are A Good Amount Of Vocal Harmonies That, Again, Can't Fail But To Recall Early Fairport." - Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide... more details
 

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