What a song! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Five Good Covers presents five cross-genre reinterpretations of an oft-covered song. For many, their first encounter with “Who Knows Where the Time Goes?” happened thanks to the Judy Collins version; many others were introduced via the Fairport Convention version, which of course included Sandy Denny as lead vocalist. Chan Marshall really has a way with deconstruction, her covers generally being creatures of spare beauty, with little reminder of the original, yet oodles of quirky charm. (I’m choosing to ignore the lyrical shift from morning sky to evening sky to purple sky.) The best living female vocalist covers the best no longer living. Indeed, who knows, it being all of 45 years since this song first graced any an ear. He is a guitarist’s guitarist !! But she actually first recorded the song with her earlier group, the Strawbs. See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive, Uploaded by And this has pathos aplenty. Given he was a friend of Sandy’s and involved in that very early pre Fairport recording it made him and many of us in the audience emotional. 0. days: 01. hrs: 40. min: 46. sec. deutsche Übersetzung von Eva Cassidy. But how many are good? … Had the huge honour of seeing Dave Cousins singing this live, yes he did sing “Purple”. I was originally going to include the latter-day Fairport reprise, but I felt it didn’t (quite) give quite the requisite pathos imbued by Richard Thompson, ever championing the cause for his late friend and bandmate. Be my judge. Pro Access 80% OFF. You may use these HTML tags and attributes:
, Chromatics Honor Jackson C. Frank with Otherworldly Cover of "I Want To…, Cover Classics: Cat Power's "The Covers Record" and "Jukebox", Five Good Covers: Who Knows Where the Time Goes? So, no room for such worthies as 10,000 Maniacs, Nanci Griffith, Kate Wolf, Kate Rusby, Susan Cowsill, Mary Black or Christine Collister, let alone many more, but you could do worse than source any or many of the above from Amazon, remembering other vendors exist also. Using the title “Ballad of Time” she began her best-known work sometime during 1967 renamed “Who Knows Where The Time Goes” it became only the second song Sandy … Tabs Articles Forums Wiki + Publish tab Pro. From a live recording, this has nonetheless become a staple on most of the Simone compilations available. Bojangles” (Jerry Jeff Walker), Brittany Howard Belts “You’ll Never Walk Alone” in New Ad, George Benson Revisits Donny Hathaway’s “The Ghetto” on New Live Album, Review: Scott the Hoople, ‘NEIL (Vol. Whilst not my favorite version, I don’t disagree that it is still one of the best. Early Fairport Convention - from their 2nd-5th albums. F#m G#m F#m G#m A Before the winter fir . Topics Folk. WHO KNOWS WHERE THE TIME GOES capo 2 E A E A Across the evening sky, all the birds are leaving E A E A But how can they know it's time for them to go? Original Songtext. 8 - Medley: The Lark In The Morning / Rakish Paddy / Foxhunter's Jig / Toss The Feathers. on October 20, 2018. Try Now. Advanced embedding details, examples, and help, Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014). Thompson is likely playing it in open G or some other weird tuning. zappology Featuring the sheer angelic vocals of Sandy Denny, the hypnotic violin of Dave Swarbrick & the snaking lines from the guitar of Richard Thompson. Be charmed and bespelled by Fairport Convention and their reinterpretations of past naughtiness. Ver 1 * 238. Denny originally recorded the song as a demo in 1967, singing and playing guitar on the track. Who Knows Where the Time Goes? This is a timeless song. 1)’, My Darling Clementine, 'Country Darkness Volume 3 EP’, 'AngelHeaded Hipster: The Songs Of Marc Bolan and T. Rex', Five Good Covers: “What’s Up” (4 Non Blondes), Chris Stapleton Covers an Extremely Obscure John Fogerty Song on New Album, Isis Offshoot Mustard Gas and Roses Create Intense Cover of Joy Division’s “Exercise One”, Emel Mathlouthi Covers Placebo’s “Every You Every Me” on New Half-Covers Album, Full Albums: Elvis Costello’s ‘This Year’s Model’, Full Albums: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s ‘Deja Vu’, Five Good Covers: “Hurt” (Nine Inch Nails), Five Good Covers: “What A Fool Believes” (Kenny Loggins / The Doobie Brothers), Five Good Covers: “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” (Whitney Houston).