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Sandy Denny: Under Review

Sandy Denny Under Review (DIDVD507)

Under Review
An Independent Critical Analysis
Sandy Denny

Sexy Intellectual SIDVD507 (DVD, UK, 2006)

DVD Blurb

Sandy Denny - Under Review is a documentary film reviewing the music and career of arguably Britain’s finest ever female vocalist and songwriter. Although Sandy Denny is revered deeply amongst fans of folk music and the “singer-songwriter” genre, she has never reveived the universal acclaim so long overdue and so often heaped on those of far lesser talent. This program attempts to redress this imbalance and reveal why she remains such an inspiration to so many.


Track list

The DVD contains extracts of these tracks from records, radio and TV programmes and videos from live performances:

  1. Fhír a Bhata (The Boatman) (Roud 4356; Henry H834)
  2. Green Grow the Laurels
    both from the BBC World Service programme “Folk Song Cellar”, rec. 2 December 1966, bc. 11 January 1967
  3. Who Knows Where the Time Goes?
    from Sandy Denny and the Strawbs: All Our Own Work
  4. Bob Dylan: Maggie’s Farm
    TV performance
  5. Time Will Show the Wiser
    Fairport Convention on French TV programme “Baton Rouge”, 27 April 1968
  6. Meet on the Ledge
  7. Fotheringay
    both from Fairport Convention: What We Did on Our Holidays
  8. A Sailor’s Life
    from Fairport Convention: Unhalfbricking
  9. Matty Groves
  10. Come All Ye
    both from Fairport Convention: Liege and Lief
  11. Too Much of Nothing
  12. Gypsy Davey
    both Fotheringay live performances from Radio Bremen TV programme “Beat-Club” #61, 28 November 1970
  13. The Battle of Evermore
    from Led Zeppelin: IV
  14. Crazy Lady Blues
  15. Late November
  16. The North Star Grassman and the Ravens
    all three from the BBC TV programme “One in Ten: Sandy Denny”, rec. 15 September 1971
  17. It’ll Take a Long Time
    from Sandy
  18. Down in the Flood
    from Fairport Convention: Live
  19. Like an Old Fashioned Waltz
  20. Solo
    both Fairport Convention live at Birmingham University 1974 (video)
  21. Stranger to Himself
    from Fairport Convention: Rising for the Moon
  22. No More Sad Refrains
  23. I’m a Dreamer
    both from Rendezvous