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ALL OUR OWN WORK

Strawbs

 

Prog Folk

2.66 | 23 ratings

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burgersoft777
3 stars I only have the original MFP release of this record and the pressing is on cheap vinyl and suffers a lot from wear. However that is also the point. I love this record and I will certainly now be looking for the Cd version. This record contains some great versions of classic tracks by both Denny " Who Knows Where The Time Goes " and the Strawbs "Tell Me What You See In Me " as well as many other cuts that are great Folk songs. The inclusion of "Two Weeks Last Summer" has already got me searching the web. If the CD version is as good as the Vinyl version then it will certainly be a great addition to both My Denny and Strawbs collection. The MFP release suffers from a poor pressing as well as cheap vinyl but is certainly worth seeking out by fans. I cannot recommend this record to those who's tastes do not extend to folk and it really is only due to the later output of the Strawbs that I can justify it inclusion on a site dedicated to Prog. However this is truly a lost gem and one that will repay those who are interested many times over. If the pressing was a lot better I would give this a 4 as it is it still deserves more than a 3. Essential to Denny fans in my estimation...really !
burgersoft777 | 3/5 |

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