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Fotheringay was the legendary English folk group around singer Sandy Denny who died a long time ago. She had become well-known with the groups Strawbs and Fairport Convention and was elected best British singer several times. At the end of 1969, she founded Fotheringay together with four friends. They could immediately sign a contract with the Island label. On Friday, 23rd October 1970, they had a gig at the third Essen Pop & Blues festival in the Gruga Hall. The concert was then recorded semi-professionally by the host. Now, the tapes have been elaborately re-mastered by Fotheringay guitarist Jerry Donahue who got the most out of the sound that was technically possible. The complete concert is released on both CD and LP. The vinyl edition comes in a deluxe gatefold cover with an LP-sized eight-page booklet in colour.
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Type: LP
Recorded: 1970
Release Date: 2011-06-15
Label: Thors Hammer
Country: Euro
Item No: THLP002
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Track List
01 Eppie Moray(5.03)
02 The Sea(6.10)
03 The Ballad Of Ned Kelly(3.37)
04 Gypsy Davey(3.59)
05 Too Much Of Nothing(3.47)
06 Nothing More(4.59)
07 The Way I Feel(5.11)
08 John The Gun(5.47)
09 Memphis
10 Tennessee(4.13)
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Essen 1970