Shirley & Dolly Collins - Love, Death & The Lady album flac
|A1||Death & The Lady||4:09|
|A3||The Oxford Girl||2:00|
|A4||Are You Going To Leave Me?||2:54|
|A5||The Outlandish Knight||5:05|
|A6||Go From My Window||2:36|
|A7||Young Girl Cut Down In Her Prime||3:42|
|B3||Fair Maid Of Islington||2:18|
|B5||Polly On The Shore||3:10|
|B6||Plains Of Waterloo||8:04|
- Printed By – Garrod & Lofthouse Ltd.
- Arranged By, Piano, Organ [Flute-organ] – Dolly Collins
- Concertina – Peter Wood
- Double Bass [Bass Viol] – Roderick Skeaping
- Engineer – Philip Macdonald*
- Harpsichord – Christopher Hogwood
- Percussion – Terry Cox
- Photography – Allan Willmoth
- Producer – Austin John Marshall
- Rebec – Eleanor Sloan
- Recorder – John Fordham
- Sackbut – Alan Lumsden
- Violone, Double Bass [Bass Viol] – Adam Skeaping
- Voice – Shirley Collins
NotesLaminated gatefold sleeve.
Front opens out into a portrait format, inner gatefold is standard landscape format.
Uk 1st pressing information must include the following:
“THE GRAMOPHONE CO. LTD” around rim of label.
No EMI box logo on label.
“MADE IN GT. BRITAIN” at bottom of label.
It includes the Harvest inner sleeve with photos of all the rare Harvest LP's printed on it.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A (Label)): SHVL.711A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B (Label)): SHVL.711B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A (Stamped)): SHVL 771 A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B (Stamped)): SHVL 771 B-1
- Other (Backcover): 1 E 062 ○ 04352
- Other (Printing date, back cover): 7005
|7243 8 29860 2 7||Shirley & Dolly Collins||Love, Death & The Lady (CD, Album, RE)||Harvest||7243 8 29860 2 7||UK||1994|
|TOCP-71567||Shirley & Dolly Collins||Love, Death & The Lady (CD, Album, Ltd, RE)||Harvest||TOCP-71567||Japan||2013|
|BGOCD 1||Shirley & Dolly Collins||Love, Death & The Lady (CD, Album, RE)||BGO Records||BGOCD 1||UK||1987|
|FLED 3039||Shirley & Dolly Collins||Love, Death & The Lady (CD, Album, RE)||Fledg'ling Records||FLED 3039||UK||2003|
|BGOCD1||Shirley & Dolly Collins||Love, Death & The Lady (CD, Album, RE)||BGO Records||BGOCD1||UK||Unknown|
Shirley & Dolly Collins.
Listen to Death And The Lady from Shirley & Dolly Collins's The Harvest Years for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
Shirley Elizabeth Collins MBE (born 5 July 1935) is an English folk singer who was a significant contributor to the English Folk Revival of the 1960s and 1970s. She often performed and recorded with her sister Dolly, whose accompaniment on piano and portative organ created unique settings for her sister's plain, austere singing style. Shirley Collins and her older sister, Dolly, grew up in the Hastings area of East Sussex in a family which kept alive a great love of traditional song.
Shirley Collins' uniquely plain yet prominent voice is one of the gems of English folk, accompanied here by her sister Dolly's sparse and haunting arrangements. 1970's Love, Death And The Lady is a mournful album with tales of murderers, thieves and wrong-doing. The follow up to the more widely known Anthems In Eden, it glows with critical praise and is often hailed as the Collins' masterpiece. The music at times, seems in opposition to the vocals rather than accompanying it, which all makes for a challenging but rewarding listen.
Redirected from Love, Death and The Lady). Love, Death and the Lady is an album by Shirley and Dolly Collins. This is a companion-piece to Anthems In Eden (1969), but with a darker tone to it. She attributes the 'melancholy' mood of the album to her own personal loneliness at that time. Many of the instrumentalists of Anthems In Eden are present ('Musica Reservata'), but they contributed sparser accompaniments. The figure of Death appears as a character in the title track.
Discography: Shirley Collins. The Sweet Primeroses (Remastered) (2019). Richie Song (Original Mix) (2019). Classics By Shirley Collins, Vol. 2 (2017). 1 (2017).
Love, Death & the Lady. Shirley & Dolly Collins. feat: Dolly Collins, Shirley Collins. 4. Are You Going to Leave Me. Traditional. 5. The Outlandish Knight. 6. Go From My Window. 7. Young Girl Cut Down in Her Prime. Shirley & Dolly Collins
The ballad Death and the Lady was collected in 1946 by Francis M. Collison from Mr Baker of Maidstone, Kent, and published in Ralph Vaughan Williams and . Lloyd's Penguin Book of English Folk Songs. Shirley Collins sang this version in 1970 as title track of her and her sister Dolly's album Love, Death & the Lady. She also sang Death and the Lady on her 2016 album Lodestar where she noted: Many English folk songs begin with the words As I roved out one May morning, a device for setting the song up, much as a fairy tale opens with Once upon a time. On this walk you might.
Death & The Lady 4:09 Glenlogie 3:48 The Oxford Girl 2:00 Are You Going To Leave Me? 2:54 The Outlandish Knight 5:05 Go From My Window 2:36 Young Girl Cut Down In Her Prime 3:42 Geordie 4:59 Salisbury Plain 2:41 Fair Maid Of Islington 2:18 Six Dukes 2:30 Polly On The Shore 3:10 Plains Of Waterloo 8:04. Songs learnt from their grandfather and from their mother's sister, Grace Winborn, were to be important in the sisters' repertoire throughout their career. On leaving school, at the age of 17, Collins enrolled at a teachers' training college in Tooting, south London. However, the album was not released to the public until 1995. Collins's seminal recording is considered by many to be Anthems in Eden, released in 1969.