Prior, Maddy / Tim Hart

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Prior, Maddy / Tim Hart - Summer Solstice Summer Solstice
Folk New - LP 79046 Shanachie
Sealed 1984 Original (Released In England In 1976). Also Features Andy Irvine, John Ryan, Gerry Conway And Pat Donaldson. “Recorded During Steeleye Span Mark II's Early Days, Summer Solstice -- The Most Advanced Of The Three Albums That They Recorded Together Early In Their Careers -- Has A Very Different Feel From The Steeleye Work Of The Era. Tim Hart (Vocals, Guitar, Dulcimer, Harmonium, Psaltery, Tabor) And Maddy Prior (Vocals) Are Working With Sweeney's Men (Whence Steeleye Mark I's Terry Woods Came) Alumnus Andy Irvine And Steeleye Mark I Guest Drummer Gerry Conway. The Sound Is Mostly Fairly Spare, Just Hart And Prior Backed By Irvine On Mandolin, John Ryan On String Bass, Pat Donaldson On Electric Bass, And Conway On Percussion. The Only Exception Is "Dancing At Whitsun," Which Features A Very Tasteful Backing Orchestral Arrangement. Hart And Prior Do A Version Of "False Knight On The Road" That's Very Different In Pacing And Nuance From Steeleye's, And A Beautiful, Droning Rendition Of "Bring Us In Good Ale." Their Voices Mesh Wonderfully On "Sorry The Day I Was Married," And Prior Gets A Chance To Shine As A Solo On "Westron Wynde," "Fly Up My Cock," And The Two Most Steeleye-Like Track Here, "Cannily, Cannily" And "Three Drunken Maidens." Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Prior, Maddy / Tim Hart - Summer Solstice Summer Solstice
Folk New - LP 79046 Shanachie
Sealed 1984 Original (Released In England In 1976). Cut Corner. Also Features Andy Irvine, John Ryan, Gerry Conway And Pat Donaldson. “Recorded During Steeleye Span Mark II's Early Days, Summer Solstice -- The Most Advanced Of The Three Albums That They Recorded Together Early In Their Careers -- Has A Very Different Feel From The Steeleye Work Of The Era. Tim Hart (Vocals, Guitar, Dulcimer, Harmonium, Psaltery, Tabor) And Maddy Prior (Vocals) Are Working With Sweeney's Men (Whence Steeleye Mark I's Terry Woods Came) Alumnus Andy Irvine And Steeleye Mark I Guest Drummer Gerry Conway. The Sound Is Mostly Fairly Spare, Just Hart And Prior Backed By Irvine On Mandolin, John Ryan On String Bass, Pat Donaldson On Electric Bass, And Conway On Percussion. The Only Exception Is "Dancing At Whitsun," Which Features A Very Tasteful Backing Orchestral Arrangement. Hart And Prior Do A Version Of "False Knight On The Road" That's Very Different In Pacing And Nuance From Steeleye's, And A Beautiful, Droning Rendition Of "Bring Us In Good Ale." Their Voices Mesh Wonderfully On "Sorry The Day I Was Married," And Prior Gets A Chance To Shine As A Solo On "Westron Wynde," "Fly Up My Cock," And The Two Most Steeleye-Like Track Here, "Cannily, Cannily" And "Three Drunken Maidens." Bruce Eder, All Music Guide.... more details
 

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