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Marian Henderson - Cameo album download
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Marian Henderson - Cameo album download

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Marian Henderson
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Cameo
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Marian Henderson ‎– Cameo. Genere: Folk, World, & Country. Vendi questa versione.

Her 1970 album Cameo reveals a precious simplicity and depth that deserves far greater recognition than she received during her career. Alongside valuable interpretations of Sandy Denny s Fotheringay, Leonard Cohen s The Stranger and First Girl I Loved (Incredible String Band) Cameo offers a sublime collection of numerous traditionals that Henderson gives new life to. Stoned Circle very proudly presents the first-ever reissue of Marian Henderson s astounding 1970 album Cameo

Marian Henderson was the queen of the Australian folk revival during the 1960s. With her distinctive, pure alto voice, beautiful face and long hair, she was the epitome of the new folk style. She gave life to old songs such as the convict ballad Van Diemen's Land, and The Streets of Forbes, about bushranger Ben Hall, which she recorded for the Australian cultural history series The Restless Years in 1967. For the next decade she worked in television, made recordings, including the Cameo album (which disappointed her – it was in at lunchtime and out by dinner, she remembered, with no time for revision) and many hundreds of live performances. The second act of Henderson's life began in the late 1970s, with a move away from Sydney to laid-back Lismore. Her son was nine, and she effectively retired from music.

Her 1970 album Cameo reveals a simplicity and depth that deserve far greater recognition than she received during her career. Alongside valuable interpretations of Sandy Denny's "Fotheringay," Leonard Cohen's "The Stranger," and The Incredible String Band's "First Girl I Loved," this set offers a sublime collection of numerous traditionals to which Henderson gives new life. Stoned Circle very proudly presents the first-ever reissue of the astounding Cameo, Marian Henderson's sole album