Sandy Denny, was an English singer and songwriter who has been described by Allmusic's Richie Unterberger as "the pre-eminent British folk rock singer". Denny is considered a founder of the British folk rock movement and perhaps its most important female singer, songwriter and personality. Over a ten year career Sandy Denny left an extensive legacy and remains influential. She is remembered for her pivotal involvement with the British folk rock scene, where, as a member of Fairport Convention, she moved the band away from west coast American cover versions and into performing traditional material and original compositions. Sandy is the second solo album by Sandy Denny, and is generally considered to be her best. The album was released in 1972 and begun just a fortnight after her UK tour promoting her debut solo album The North Star Grassman and the Ravens ended in early November 1971.
01 - It'll Take A Long Time 02 - Sweet Rosemary 03 - For Nobody To Hear 04 - Tomorrow Is A Long Time 05 - Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood 06 - Listen, Listen 07 - The Lady 08 - Bushes And Briars 09 - It Suits Me Well 10 - The Music Weaver 11 - Here In Silence 12 - Man Of Iron 13 - Sweet Rosemary (Demo) 14 - Ecoute, Ecoute 15 - It'll Take A Long Time (Live)