Ian & Sylvia - Movin' On: 1967-68 mp3 downloadPerformer: Ian & Sylvia
Title: Movin' On: 1967-68
Style: Folk Revival,Folk-Pop,Folk-Rock,Psychedelic/Garage,Traditional Folk
Released: March 10, 1999
Size MP3 version: 1175 mb
Size FLAC version: 1169 mb
Size WMA version: 1167 mb
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Ian & Sylvia - Movin' On: 1967-68 mp3 download
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This is the same torrent that was uploaded to Demonoid in September 2011. Ian & Sylvia - Movin' On: 1967-68 (1999). One of the most popular acts of the early-'60s folk revival, Canadian duo Ian Tyson (b. 1933) and Sylvia Tyson (b. 1940) made several fine albums that spotlighted their stirring harmonies on a mixture of traditional and contemporary material.
Complete your Ian & Sylvia collection. Lovin' Sound (LP, Album). E 4388 (C). Ian & Sylvia. Lovin' Sound (LP, Album, Mon). Lovin' Sound (LP, Album, Mono). MGM Records, MGM Records.
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By 1966, Ian Sylvia had started to rely primarily on original material, and begun to use electric instruments. While some of these tracks were outstanding, generally their folk-rock lacked the focus and consistency of their acoustic recordings. In the late '60s, they would take stabs at country-rock and straight country music, even hooking up with young producer Todd Rundgren for the 1970 album Great Speckled Bird.
Ian & Sylvia Moving' On 1967-68 (Mercury/Universal). After experiencing an unexpected and highly reverent cover of Ian Tyson's classic "Four Strong Winds" by a crib-note-assisted Warren Zevon at the Horseshow recently I went digging for an Ian & Sylvia re-issue I remembered receiving last fall. Movin' On re-issues on one disc two unsung, late ‘60's Ian & Sylvia Albums, Lovin' Sound and Full Circle, both stylistic bridges whose significance is fully explained in Maclean's music critic Nicholas Jennings' excellent liner notes.
|1||Windy Weather||Ian & Sylvia|
|2||Hang on to a Dream||Ian & Sylvia|
|3||I Don't Believe You||Ian & Sylvia|
|4||Where Did All the Love Go||Ian & Sylvia|
|5||Mr Spoons||Ian & Sylvia|
|6||National Hotel||Ian & Sylvia|
|7||Sunday||Ian & Sylvia|
|8||Pilgrimage to Paradise||Ian & Sylvia|
|9||Reason to Believe||Ian & Sylvia|
|10||Big River||Ian & Sylvia|
|11||Trilogy||Ian & Sylvia|
|12||Lovin' Sound||Ian & Sylvia|
|13||Here's to You||Ian & Sylvia|
|14||I Learned from Leah||Ian & Sylvia|
|15||Woman's World||Ian & Sylvia|
|16||Mr Spoons||Ian & Sylvia|
|17||Shinbone Alley||Ian & Sylvia|
|18||Please Think||Ian & Sylvia|
|19||Stories He'd Tell||Ian & Sylvia|
|20||Jickson Johnson||Ian & Sylvia|
|21||Tears of Rage||Ian & Sylvia|
|22||Minstrel||Ian & Sylvia|