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Canada's Ian & Sylvia Tyson were leading lights in the 1960s folk world with songs like Four Strong Winds and Someday Soon, and they had pioneered the folk-rock fusion on their 'Great Speckled Bird' album. But by 1971 their marriage was on the rocks and their move towards a 'country rock' sound was alienating their folk fans. The fifteen 1971 Columbia recordings collected here were recorded variously in Nashville, Toronto, and New York. The titles include Everybody Has To Say Goodbye, as well as the Tyson standard Summer Wages, Bert Jansch's Needle Of Death (with Sylvia upfront), and an amusing cover of Mickey & Sylvia's Love Is Strange
Canada's Ian & Sylvia Tyson were leading lights in the 1960s folk world with songs like Four Strong Winds and Someday Soon, and they had pioneered the folk-rock fusion on their 'Great Speckled Bird' album. But by 1971 their marriage was on the rocks and their move towards a 'country rock' sound was alienating their folk fans. The fifteen 1971 Columbia recordings collected here were recorded variously in Nashville, Toronto, and New York. The titles include Everybody Has To Say Goodbye, as well as the Tyson standard Summer Wages, Bert Jansch's Needle Of Death (with Sylvia upfront), and an amusing cover of Mickey & Sylvia's Love Is Strange
4000127159403

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Format: CD
Label: BEAR FAMILY
Catalog: BCD15940
Rel. Date: 11/12/1996
UPC: 4000127159403

Beginning Of The End [Import]
Artist: Ian & Sylvia
Format: CD
New: In Stock $18.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. More Often Than Not
2. Creators of Rain
3. Summer Wages
4. Midnight
5. Barney
6. Some Kind of Fool
7. Shark and the Cockroach
8. Last Lonely Eagle
9. Lincoln Freed Me
10. Needle of Death
11. Everybody Has to Say Goodbye
12. Give It to the World
13. Jordan Station
14. Long Beach
15. Love Is Strange

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Canada's Ian & Sylvia Tyson were leading lights in the 1960s folk world with songs like Four Strong Winds and Someday Soon, and they had pioneered the folk-rock fusion on their 'Great Speckled Bird' album. But by 1971 their marriage was on the rocks and their move towards a 'country rock' sound was alienating their folk fans. The fifteen 1971 Columbia recordings collected here were recorded variously in Nashville, Toronto, and New York. The titles include Everybody Has To Say Goodbye, as well as the Tyson standard Summer Wages, Bert Jansch's Needle Of Death (with Sylvia upfront), and an amusing cover of Mickey & Sylvia's Love Is Strange
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