Saturday, March 8, 2014

Saturday Music Club: some old favorites















Judy Dyble, polyinstrumentalist and singer, Fairport Convention

Anonymous 4: "Antiphon: O Rubor Sanguinis" (composed by Hildegard von Bingen)

A Christmas song (not yet discovered, not properly credited)

Kate Royal: "Ah, Love but a Day" (composed by Amy Beach)

Amy Beach: Theme and Variations for flute and strings, Op. 80 (Carol Wincenc, flute; Jonathan Swartz and Erica Kiesewetter, violins, Nancy Buck, viola, Jesus Castro-Balbi, cello)

Billie Holiday: "The Sunny Side of the Street"

"Fine and Mellow" (The Sound of Jazz performance, 1957)

Sarah Vaughan: "The Sweetest Sounds"

Aretha Franklin, Robert Flack, Sarah Vaughan, Peggy Lee: An Ellington Medley

Buffy Sainte-Marie: "Cod'ine"

"Piney Wood Hills"

Wanda Jackson: "Hardheaded Woman"

"Tore Down"; "Silver Threads and Golden Needles"
Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, and Tammy Wynette: "Silver Threads and Golden Needles"

The Springfields: "Little Boat"

"Silver Threads and Golden Needles"

Fairport Convention: "Morning Glory"

"One Sure Thing" (live at the BBC 1968); the album version
Fairport Convention: "Reno, Nevada"; Mimi and Richard Fariña: "Reno, Nevada"

Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer: "Goodbye Anne"

"The Buffalo Girls/Puncheon Floor"

Emmylou Harris: "Two More Bottles of Wine"/"Ooh, Las Vegas"

Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Gillian Welch: "Didn't Leave Nobody But the Baby"

Sweet Honey in the Rock: "Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me 'Round" 

"Old Ship of Zion"

2 comments:

George said...

FAIRPORT CONVENTION, that brings back a lot of memories! I wanted to see them in concert back in the day, but they never performed where I was living at the time.

Todd Mason said...

A pity, George. They have been a good and engaging band since, but they were definitely at their height in their first four years or so, when Richard Thompson and either Judy Dyble or Sandy Denny were in the band (and it's easy to miss Iain Matthews McDonald, too). The reunion concert was pretty impressive (they've had as many members over the years as the Byrds, maybe more by now)(yet another reason I always think of them as the British Byrds).