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Scarborough Fair - Martin Carthy - Martin Carthy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Scarborough Fair - Martin Carthy - Martin Carthy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. There is pure beauty in this second album by the great Martin Carthy. This recording was released in After the fabulous first album it was going to be hard to follow it with anything of any merit. But here is that fantastic second album that is as good as that first album, if not better.5/5(6).
  2. "Martin Carthy, another guy named [Bob] Davenport. Martin Carthy's incredible. I learned a lot of stuff from Martin." Carthy taught Dylan two English songs that would prove important for the Freewheelin ' album. Carthy's arrangement of "Scarborough Fair" would be used by Dylan as the basis of his own composition, "Girl from the North Country".
  3. A Martin Carthy collection that compilers finally got right. This one spans his career in chronological order taking one or more songs from almost every album.. The pure and simple early years to confident singer/guitarist. His work with fiddler Dave Swarbrick R.I.P. defines real /5(14).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Black Labels Vinyl release of Martin Carthy on Discogs. Label: Fontana - STL ,Fontana - TY • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Black Labels • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk4/5(12).
  5. Carthy's debut solo album, Martin Carthy, was released in , and also featured Dave Swarbrick playing fiddle on some tracks, although he was not mentioned in the album's sleeve notes. Carthy's arrangement of the traditional ballad "Scarborough Fair" was adapted, without acknowledgement, by Paul Simon on the Simon and Garfunkel album recording Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme in
  6. In , Carthy was signed to Fontana Records and recorded his debut album, Martin Carthy, that same year, which contained his arrangement of "Scarborough Fair" and featured contributions from fiddler Dave Swarbrick as a performer and co-arranger.
  7. "Scarborough Fair/Canticle" was the lead track of the album Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, and was released as a single after being featured on the soundtrack to The Graduate in The copyright credited only Simon and Garfunkel as the authors, causing ill-feeling on the part of Carthy, who felt the "traditional" source should have.
  8. Find album reviews, Martin Carthy on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for An Introduction To - Martin Carthy on AllMusic - Scarborough Fair. Martin Carthy / Traditional. Martin Carthy. Amazon: 2.

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