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Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays
Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays
Performer: Fairport Convention
Title: What We Did On Our Holidays
Label: Island Records
Country: Japan
Released: 1972
Style: Folk Rock
Cat: ICL-32
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2082 mb | MP3 size: 1164 mb | WMA size: 1931 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Fotheringay
Written-By – Denny
3:03
2Mr. Lacey
Written-By – Hutchings
2:50
3She Moves Through The Fair
Arranged By – FairportWritten-By – Trad.
4:09
4Nottamun Town
Arranged By – FairportWritten-By – Trad.
3:07
5Meet On The Ledge
Written-By – Thompson
2:49
6Eastern Rain
Written-By – Joni Mitchell
3:36
7No Man's Land
Written-By – Thompson
2:23
8I'll Keep It With Mine
Written-By – Bob Dylan
5:50
9Tale In Hard Time
Written-By – Thompson
3:24
10"The Lord Is In This Place....How Dreadful Is This Place."
Written-By – Hutchings, Thompson, Denny
1:50
11Book Song
Written-By – Matthews, Thompson
3:12
12End Of A Holiday
Written-By – Nicol
1:06

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ILPS 9092Fairport Convention What We Did On Our Holidays ‎(LP, Album)Island RecordsILPS 9092UK1969
CDREAL0109123Fairport Convention What We Did On Our Holidays ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial)CD-RealCDREAL0109123RussiaUnknown
SP 4185, SP-4185Fairport Convention Fairport Convention ‎(LP, Album, Mon)A&M Records, A&M RecordsSP 4185, SP-4185US1969
UICY-20056Fairport Convention What We Did On Our Holidays ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, SHM)Island RecordsUICY-20056Japan2003
ILPS 9092Fairport Convention What We Did On Our Holidays ‎(LP, Album, TP)Island RecordsILPS 9092UK1969

Credits

  • CelloClare Lowther (tracks: A3)
  • Design [Sleeve Design]Diogenic Attempts Ltd.
  • ElectronicsProf. Bruce Lacey (tracks: A2)
  • EngineerJohn Wood
  • PerformerAshley S. Hutchings, Ian M. Matthews, Martin Lamble, Richard Thompson, Alexandra Elene Maclean Denny, Simon Nicol
  • Photography ByRichard Bennett Zeff
  • Photography By [Front]Annie Brown
  • ProducerJoe Boyd

Notes

Japan First Press

Companies

  • Manufactured By – King Record Co. Ltd

Video

Album

What We Did on Our Holidays released as Fairport Convention in the United States is the second album by British band Fairport Convention, released in 1969. It was their first album to feature singer-songwriter Sandy Denny. The album also showed a move towards the folk rock for which the band became noted, including tracks later to become perennial favourites such as Fotheringay and the song traditionally used to close live concerts, Meet on the Ledge. Fairport Convention is Fairport Convention's debut album. The band formed in 1967, with the original line-up consisting of Richard Thompson guitar Simon Nicol guitar Ashley Tyger Hutchings bass and Sean Frater drums, who was replaced after their first gig by Martin Lamble. They were shortly thereafter joined by Judy Dyble vocals, and Ian MacDonald later known as Iain Matthews joined them after they made their major London stage debut in one of Brian Epsteins Sunday concerts at the. Songs in album Fairport Convention - What We Did On Our Holidays 1969. Fairport Convention - Fotheringay. Fairport Convention - Mr Lacey. Fairport Convention - Book Song. This compilation 2003 Universal Island Records Ltd. 2003 Universal Island Records Ltd. A Universal Music Company Original album released in 1969 as Island ILPS 9092. Fairport Convention. SingerSongwriter 1969. The History of Fairport Convention. Meet On the Ledge: The Collection. Babbacombe Lee. Festival Bell. By Popular Request. Featured On. Folk Rock Essentials. Confusingly, What We Did on Our Holidays was titled Fairport Convention in its initial U. release, with a different cover from the U. Fairport Convention: все альбомы, включая Shuffle and Go , A Tree With Roots - Fairport Convention And The Songs Of Bob Dylan , What We Did on Our Saturday и другие. Album What We Did On Our Holidays 1968-69 with Sandy Denny sorry not many pics because YT will probably try to delete this anyway. This song was on free to Fairport Convention What We Did On Our Holidays Fotheringay, Mr. Lacey and more. 12 tracks 37:30. The album also showed a move towards the folk rock for which they became noted, including tracks later to become perennial favourites such as Fotheringay and the song traditionally used to close live concerts, Meet on the Ledge. The album has been described by author Richie Unterberger as a near-ideal balance between imaginative reworkings of traditional folk songs. 1969 was the year of Fairport Convention's second, third and fourth studio albums, of which we're reDiscovering What We Did On Our Holidays. Their first, self-titled album, recorded late in 1967 and released the following June, appeared while the group were advancing their reputation on the live circuit. When we started in 67, Hutchings told this writer in Prog magazine, we were kind of copying the Americans. Its a wonder that we had the success we did. But John Peel got behind us, and a lot of other people, and then by the second album - third album, certainly - we were starting to get folkier