- Jesus Met the Woman at the Well
- Tomorrow Is a Long Time
- Katy Dear
- Poor Lazarus
- Four Strong Winds
- Ella Speed
- Long Lonesome Road
- V'la l'Bon Vent
- Royal Canal
- The Lady of Carlisle
- Spanish Is a Loving Tongue
- The Greenwood Sidie (The Cruel Mother)
- Every Night When the Sun Comes Down
- Every Time I Feel the Spirit
Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date.
For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now.
- Get it by Wednesday, November 29 , Order now and choose Expedited Delivery during checkout.
Ian & Sylvia hit their stride on their second LP, which features the first in a line of talented second guitarists (John Herald) they would use to augment their original guitar-autoharp-basslineup. The album featured an assortment of largely traditional material that was unsurpassed in its time, encompassing bluegrass, spirituals, gospel, hillbilly, the French-Canadian standard "V'La L'bon Vent," a British prison song, and two tunes from the Cecil Sharp collection of Southern mountain folk songs of British origin. Two of the most impressive cuts, however, were contemporary compositions. One was their version of Bob Dylan's "Tomorrow Is a Long Time," one of the first obscure Dylan tunes to be committed to vinyl. The title cut, an Ian Tyson original, would prove to be the duo's first song to influence rock musicians, as the Searchers covered it shortly afterwards with a reverent version that was quite close to the original; Neil Young revived it in the late '70s.