A Boxful of Treasures

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A Boxful of Treasures
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Compilation album by Sandy Denny
Released 11 October 2004[1]
Recorded 1967–1977
Genre folk rock
Label Fledg'ling NEST 5002
Producer various
Sandy Denny chronology
Gold Dust
(1985)
A Boxful of Treasures
(2004)
Live at the BBC
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[2]

A Boxful of Treasures is a 2004 compilation box set of recordings by folk singer Sandy Denny and comprises solo material and recordings made during her time as a member of Fotheringay, Fairport Convention, and other groups. The fifth CD contains previously unreleased tracks, most of which are demos recorded at Denny's home.

Track listing

All songs are credited to Sandy Denny except where noted.[3]

Disc one

No. Title Writer(s) Context Length
1. "3:10 to Yuma" George Duning, Ned Washington from Sandy and Johnny 3:37
2. "She Moves Through the Fair" Traditional Solo, home recording 4:04
3. "Boxful of Treasure"   [3][4] 1:43
4. "They Don't Seem to Know You"     2:25
5. "Go Your Way My Love" Anne Briggs   4:12
6. "Geordie" Traditional   3:45
7. "Been on the Road So Long" Alex Campbell with Alex Campbell from Alex Campbell and his Friends 5:03
8. "You Never Wanted Me" Jackson C. Frank   3:24
9. "This Train" Traditional   2:07
10. "Sail Away to the Sea" Dave Cousins from All Our Own Work by Strawbs 3:25
11. "Tell Me What You See In Me" Cousins   3:38
12. "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?"     4:14
13. "Autopsy"   Demo recording 4:28
14. "Now & Then"     3:51
15. "I Don't Know Where I Stand" Joni Mitchell Radio session with Fairport Convention from Heyday 3:40
16. "Bird on a Wire" Leonard Cohen   3:30
17. "Fotheringay"   with Fairport Convention from What We Did on Our Holidays 3:06
18. "Nottamun Town" Traditional   3:11
19. "Meet on the Ledge" Richard Thompson   2:53
Total length: 66:16

Disc two

No. Title Writer(s) Context Length
1. "Si Tu Dois Partir" Bob Dylan with Fairport Convention from Unhalfbricking 2:22
2. "Cajun Woman" Richard Thompson   2:45
3. "The Ballad of Easy Rider" Dylan, Roger McGuinn with Fairport Convention from the Liege & Lief sessions 4:56
4. "A Sailor's Life" Traditional arranged by Denny, Thompson, Simon Nicol, Ashley Hutchings, Martin Lamble with Fairport Convention from Unhalfbricking 11:11
5. "Reynardine" Traditional arr. Fairport Convention with Fairport Convention from Liege & Lief 4:33
6. "Farewell Farewell" Thompson   2:40
7. "Tam Lin" Traditional arranged by Dave Swarbrick   7:13
8. "Sir Patrick Spens" Traditional arr. Fairport Convention BBC radio session on September 23, 1969, from From Past Archives 3:47
9. "The Pond and the Stream"   with Fotheringay from their album Fotheringay 3:19
10. "The Sea"     5:32
11. "The Banks of the Nile" Traditional   8:06
12. "Silver Threads and Golden Needles" Dick Reynolds, Rhodes with Fotheringay, previously unreleased 4:32
13. "The Lowlands of Holland" Traditional BBC radio session, August 24, 1971, from The BBC Sessions 1971–73 3:21
14. "Nothing More"   Live Rotterdam, June 28, 1970, from Who Knows Where the Time Goes? 4:54
15. "Gypsy Davey" Traditional with Fotheringay from their album Fotheringay 3:54
16. "Late November"   from Who Knows Where the Time Goes? 4:34

Disc three

No. Title Writer(s) Context Length
1. "The North Star Grassman and the Ravens"   from The North Star Grassman and the Ravens 3:23
2. "Next Time Around"   [5] 4:46
3. "Blackwaterside" Traditional   4:12
4. "The Sea Captain"     3:10
5. "Thro' My Eyes" Iain Matthews with Iain Matthews 2:37
6. "Learning the Game" Buddy Holly from Rock On by The Bunch 2:09
7. "Here in Silence" Elford, Fraser from the soundtrack of the film "Pass of Arms"[6] 3:53
8. "Bruton Town" Traditional from Who Knows Where the Time Goes?[7] 4:50
9. "Sweet Rosemary"   [8] 2:58
10. "After Halloween"   [8] 2:58
11. "The Lady"   [8] 3:40
12. "The Music Weaver"   from Sandy 3:21
13. "Ecoute Ecoute"   from The Attic Tracks Vol. 4 3:59
14. "The Quiet Joys of Brotherhood" Richard Fariña from Sandy 4:28
15. "It'll Take a Long Time"     5:15
16. "No End"   live solo version recorded December 3, 1972, from The Attic Tracks Vol. 1 7:36
17. "Bushes and Briars"   BBC radio session, October 25, 1972; from The BBC Sessions 1971-1973 2:38
18. "Walking the Floor Over You" Ernest Tubb from Who Knows Where the Time Goes? 4:21

Disc four

No. Title Writer(s) Context Length
1. "Whispering Grass" Doris Fisher, Fred Fisher BBC radio session, November 14, 1973; from The BBC Sessions 1971–73 3:45
2. "Solo"   from Like an Old Fashioned Waltz 4:24
3. "At the End of the Day"   [5] 6:31
4. "Like an Old Fashioned Waltz"     4:13
5. "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin, L.E. Freeman BBC radio session, on November 14, 1973; from The BBC Sessions 1971–73 4:10
6. "John the Gun"   Live at the L.A. Troubadour on February 1, 1974, with Fairport Convention 5:39
7. "She Moves Through the Fair" Traditional   3:30
8. "One More Chance"   Home demo from The Attic Tracks Vol. 4 3:56
9. "King and Queen of England"   Home demo from Island Life: 25 Years of Island Records 3:55
10. "Rising For the Moon"   With Fairport Convention, from Rising for the Moon 4:09
11. "White Dress" Ralph McTell, Dave Swarbrick   4:45
12. "I'm a Dreamer"   from Rendezvous 4:48
13. "By the Time It Gets Dark"   from the Rendezvous sessions 4:12
14. "No More Sad Refrains"   from Rendezvous 2:51
15. "Losing Game" Eric Clapton from the Rendezvous sessions 3:17
16. "Easy to Slip" Lowell George, Fred Martin from The Attic Tracks Vol. 1 3:28
17. "Full Moon"   From Who Knows Where the Time Goes? 4:31
18. "Moments" Bryn Haworth from The Attic Tracks Vol. 1 4:31

Disc five

No. Title Writer(s) Context Length
1. "One Way Donkey Ride"   Demo 4:14
2. "I'm a Dreamer"     4:17
3. "Take Me Away"     4:00
4. "Rising for the Moon"     3:08
5. "Still Waters Run Deep"     3:10
6. "All Our Days"     3:40
7. "No More Sad Refrains"     3:07
8. "By the Time It Gets Dark"     3:32
9. "The Music Weaver"     3:17
10. "What Is True?"     3:46
11. "Stranger to Himself"     2:20
12. "Take Away the Load"     1:43
13. "By the Time It Gets Dark"   Alternate take 3:41
14. "Full moon"     5:01
15. "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" Bob Dylan Live 5:25
16. "It'll Take a Long Time"     5:43
17. "Who Knows Where the Time Goes?"     6:35

References

  1. ^ "Sandy Denny: A Boxful of Treasures". 3 September 2008. Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ a b Planer, Lindsay. "A Boxful of Treasures". Retrieved 2008-09-24. 
  4. ^ later to be reworked as "Fotheringay"
  5. ^ a b alternate take without strings
  6. ^ "Sandy Denny: Here in Silence". 2 September 2007. Retrieved 2008-09-25. 
  7. ^ BBC radio session on March 16, 1972
  8. ^ a b c Demo version
  • Profile on CDRoots.com
  • The Bees Knees, notes by compiler
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