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Pentangle - Cruel Sister (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mojind
    Label: Transatlantic Records - TRA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock Pentangle - Cruel Sister (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs /5().
  2. Tygotilar
    Apr 16,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Pentangle - Cruel Sister at Discogs. Complete your Pentangle collection/5().
  3. Nikojas
    Pentangle had covered many Traditional pieces before this fourth album by the group. But previous albums also had songs by group members or other songwriters. By the end of Pentangle turned to Traditional source for their new album Cruel Sister. All of the tracks are versions of Traditional songs/5(48).
  4. Gokinos
    Pentangle had covered many Traditional pieces before this fourth album by the group. But previous albums also had songs by group members or other songwriters. By the end of Pentangle turned to Traditional source for their new album Cruel Sister. All of the tracks are versions of Traditional songs/5(49).
  5. Mule
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Cruel Sister - Pentangle on AllMusic - - Originally released in , this was the fourth 9/
  6. Zolorisar
    Cruel Sister was an album recorded in by Folk Rock band Pentangle. All the tracks are versions of traditional songs. Whereas their previous album had been produced by Shel Talmy, and featured quite a heavily produced, commercial sound, Cruel Sister was produced by Bill Leader, noted for his recordings of Folk musicians. gram audiophile vinyl.
  7. Mezitaur
    Cruel Sister, an Album by Pentangle. Released in November on Transatlantic (catalog no. TRA ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Folk, British Folk Rock, Folk Baroque. Featured peformers: Jacqui McShee (aka_text vocal role_id aka_text), Bill Leader (producer), Jerry Boys (engineer).
  8. Nikorisar
    The result was a commercial and critical failure, but much as with Neil Young’s 70s albums, Cruel Sister eschews the need to be constantly striving outwards for the new and instead sees Pentangle in a more introspective mood, as they explore the dark, grim stains contained in these old songs with a sense of carefree ease. It is in this album.
  9. Namuro
    By the release of their fourth album, Cruel Sister, in , Pentangle had moved closer to traditional folk music and begun using electric guitars. By this time, folk music had itself moved towards rock and the use of electrified instruments, so Cruel Sister invited comparison with such works as Fairport Convention 's Liege and Lief and.

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