Anniversary of Sandy Denny's death.

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Alan2, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. SquaRoots

    SquaRoots Forum Resident

    Laniakea Superba
    Requiescat In Pace

    My favourite Dylan song as sung by my favourite singer:

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  2. CCrider92

    CCrider92 Forum Resident

    Cape Cod, MA
    I've recently been listening to Sarah Van Etten and Iris DeMent. I'm finding Sandy vibes in their music.
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  3. Finchingfield

    Finchingfield Forum Resident

    Henrico, Va
  4. johnny q

    johnny q Forum Resident

    Bergen County, NJ
    This thread just reminded me that it's been a while since I listened to Zeppelin's "Battle Of Evermore." I will fix that today.
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  5. CybrKhatru

    CybrKhatru Forum Resident

    Los Angeles
    I need to get that book. (Unicorn)......
  6. Dr Faustus

    Dr Faustus Senior Member

    Just got it on Monday and finished it yesterday. It's a great read but very sad. I've been listening to Sandy all day today (so far) and appreciating her music all the more. I can't recommend this book highly enough!
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  7. fortherecord

    fortherecord Forum Resident

    Upstate, NY
    Her song Next Time Around written to and about Jackson C. Frank, whom she dated from Buffalo, NY is beautiful. When I listen to Jackson's song, Dialogue aka I Want to Be Alone, which he wrote to her, I think of Sandy.
  8. Andy Smith

    Andy Smith Forum Resident

    As an animal-lover, it has a most unsatisfactory ending; they never say what happened to her dog. I went to Mick Houghton's book promo a few years back at the Off The Shelf festival. I mention this in the meet & greet Q&A at the end. He seemed genuinely interested that I'd picked up on that. (He said her dog was adopted by a local farmer who used to look after it when they toured. Lived out his days there).
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  9. Analogmoon

    Analogmoon All the Way Back in the Seventies

    Sandy's version of Wild Mountain Thyme always bring a tear to the old eye.

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