The duo continue to fill out their sound on another collection of mostly traditional material, with John Herald (guitar), Monte Dunn (mandolin and guitar), and Eric Weissberg and Russ Savakus (bass) backing Ian & Sylvia's own guitar and autoharp. The few originals stand out much more than the traditional updates on this LP; Tyson's "Four Rode By" and "Some Day Soon" clearly point toward his future C&W/cowboy direction, and Fricker's "You Were on My Mind" remains their best (and best-known) song.
- Release Date:
- Vanguard Records
Performance CreditsIan & Sylvia Primary Artist
Ian Tyson Guitar,Vocals
Eric Weissberg Bass
Sylvia Tyson Autoharp,Vocals
Monte Dunn Mandolin
John Herald Guitar
Russ Savakus Bass
Technical CreditsIan Tyson Arranger
Tom "Bones" Malone Composer
Maynard Solomon Liner Notes
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I was a huge fan of Ian & Sylvia when they were most popular. I was buying C/D's lately and I thought of them. It really is a great memory/emotional sound! It wasn't absolutely as compelling as I remembered, but then maybe nothing would be. Suffice it to say, I liked it alot!.
Always a romantic duo, this CD brings back memories of younger days...and I still have the album!