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Steeleye Span - Portfolio (Cassette)

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  1. STEELEYE SPAN Vinyl Records and CDs This female-fronted British Folk band was often accused of copying the sounds and styles of Fairport Convention; to British Folk enthusiasts, Steeleye Span seemed like an otherworldly, bizarro twin of .
  2. Producer – Jerry Boys (tracks: 3 to 5), John Acock (tracks: 14 to 16), Mike Batt (tracks: 8 to 10, 12), Steeleye Span (tracks: 3 to 5, 7, 11, 14 to 16) Notes On the LP cover, the track Prince Charlie Stuart is mis-spelled as Prince Charlie Stewart.4/5(7).
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  4. At the time of its release in , it was probably assumed that "Portfolio" covered the entire extent of Steeleye Span's life-span. Founder Tim Hart had left some years earlier, and although the band had gone on to record "Back in line", it looked as if their time as an active project would come to a conclusion sooner rather than later/5(3).
  5. Oct 14,  · With this album, Steeleye Span came to the fore of the British folk/rock movement and made serious headway with American listeners. Though it begins with the precious yet jaunty "Spotted Cow" followed by the forlorn "Rosebud In June" and then some snappy jigs, the songs become progressively complex thereafter/5(60).
  6. Take 2 (cassette, ) (All Around My Hat plus Rocket Cottage) Dogs and Ferrets (2 LP, ) (Time Span reissue with reordered tracks) Portfolio (2 LP/CD, ) Steeleye Span Mk 1 and 2 Budget Compilations.
  7. Flawed though Shanachie's Steeleye Span catalog is, it's hard to pick fault with Portfolio.A gathering of 16 tracks spanning the band's entire career so far, it features liner notes from former member Tim Hart and culls at least one song apiece from each of the band's studio albums -- the exceptions to this are two each from All Around My Hat and Rocket Cottage and three from .

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