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FAIRPORT CONVENTION – VIDEO ARCHIVE VOL. 2

$45.00

1990-2015 video compilation. 2 dual-layer DVDs. 315 minutes.

SKU: FCD042 Category: Tag:
Tracklisting

DVD 1

BEDROCK
May 31, 1990
The Eynsham Poacher
On the Floor
Honour and Praise
Bird from the Mountain
Portmeirion
Red and Gold
London River
From a Distance
Lark in the Morning
Matty Groves
Rutland Reel
Sack the Juggler
Meet on the Ledge

45th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT
March 2012
Mercy Bay
Walk Awhile
Albert & Ted
Cell Song
John Gaudie/Shetland Tunes
Fotheringay
Celtic Moon
Jewel In The Crown
Hiring Fair
Danny Jack’s Reward
Matty Groves

LIVE WITH…
March 25, 2015
intro
Myths & Heroes
Sir Patrick Spens
Bring Me Back My Feathers
John Condon
Matty Groves

DVD 2 (Documentaries)

IT ALL COMES ‘ROUND AGAIN
The 110 minute story of a group who created a new form of music, dealt with tragedies, then eventually got it together staging an annual Cropredy Festival that is 20,000 strong in present times. The live complete performances are Fairport Convention’s finest from the classic years on video.

Originally released 1987. Out of print.

WHO KNOWS WHERE THE TIME GOES?
Documentary following English folk-rock pioneers Fairport Convention as they celebrate their 45th anniversary in 2012. Fairport’s iconic 1969 album Liege and Lief featured some of folk music’s biggest names – including singer Sandy Denny, guitarist Richard Thompson and fiddler Dave Swarbrick – and was voted by Radio 2 listeners as the most influential folk album of all time. Today, having struggled for years with numerous line-up changes (26 members to date) and shifting musical fashions, these ageing folk-rockers host their annual festival in Cropredy, Oxfordshire in front of a passionate 20,000 crowd. Comedian Frank Skinner, who played the ukulele on Fairport’s 2010 album Festival Bell, narrates this tale of the rise and fall – and rise again – of the original English folk-rockers.

Originally broadcast September 14, 2012

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