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After Halloween - Fairport Convention - Rising For The Moon (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Rising for the Moon is the tenth studio album by the British folk rock band Fairport Convention, released in It reached number 52 in the UK albums charts. This was the last Fairport album to feature vocalist Sandy Denny.
  2. Mar 24,  · Fairport Convention: The Album by Album Thread. The 'Rising For The Moon' LP is a bit of a mess though. Not enough strong material from anyone apart from Sandy. I don't think the Glyn Johns production did it any favours either. Some nice original Fairport vinyl I have Fairport Convention on Polydor Rising For The Moon A Moveable.
  3. Fairport Convention Rising For The Moon - 1st UK vinyl LP album (LP record) Tracklisting / Additional Info: Rising For The Moon Restless White Dress Let It Go Stranger To Himself What Is True Iron Lion Dawn After Halloween Night-Time Girl One More Chance: Condition.
  4. May 29,  · referencing Rising For The Moon, LP, Album, ILPS , ILPS Absolutely drab and boring album. I was constantly struggling to tell the /5().
  5. Aug 30,  · While it may not be as groundbreaking as their earlier work, Rising for the Moon is an essential addition to any fan’s collection and the album’s strength is only reinforced by the wealth of bonus material on offer. Key Tracks: “Rising for the Moon,” “After Halloween [Home Demo.
  6. After Hallowe’en Fairport Convention. Album Rising for the Moon. After Hallowe’en Lyrics (Sandy Denny) Red and gold and Halloween have passed us by.
  7. Stars. I cannot believe how underrated this album is. I listened to it many years ago without paying much attention (we were told incorrectly by critics that when Thompson left that was really it) So I recently bought this legacy release for the bonus live c.d-- Rising for the Moon now ranks as the equal to the other 3 albums that feature Denny in lead vocal chair/5(81).
  8. Aug 24,  · Picking nits here: This is "Rising FOR the Moon", sung nicely by Fairport Convention. "Rising OF The Moon" is quite a different song, an Irish ballad about a battle during the uprising of It has been interpreted by countless groups and singers, the most popular ones probably being The Clancy Brothers with Tommy Makem and the Dubliners.

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