Sandy Denny :: Ebbets Field, Denver, Colorado, April 1973

Sandy Denny played with plenty of great bands in her all-too-brief life, from The Strawbs to Fairport Convention to Fotheringay. She even jammed with Led Zeppelin. But the British singer-songwriter didn't need anything more than her voice, accompanied by acoustic guitar or piano, to captivate listeners. Sometimes she didn't even need an instrument: check out the spine-tingling a capella rendition of Richard Farina's "The Quiet Joys of Brotherhood," captured on this tape of a 1973 solo performance in the Mile . . .

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