The release drew comparisons with Joni Mitchell, Sandy Denny and US folk legend Joan Baez - but Shelagh suddenly vanished after wrecking her voice in an LSD trip.
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SD stands for Sandy Denny (singer)
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She was here earlier in the year, in May to be precise, as a principal part of the Sandy Denny tribute touring project - Don't Stop Singing (an off-shoot of her album of the same name) - which saw Thea write melodies to some previously unpublished Denny lyrics.
For this release Island has resurrected the legendary Island Pink label on which albums by Nick Drake, Fairport Convention, John Martyn, Sandy Denny and Richard and Linda Thompson were released during the '70s.
It boasts archive performances from the 1960s and 70s, featuring the Canadian king and queen of soul searching Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen; English folk stars Sandy Denny and John Martyn; the brilliant Don McLean, Tim Buckley and the much missed Gerry Rafferty in Stealers Wheel.
It features 12 brand new songs, ten of them written by various band members and two by Ralph (Streets Of London) McTell, plus a remake of Rising For The Moon, written by the late Sandy Denny, a former member of the Fairports.
There are tracks written by Ralph McTell, Richard Shindell, Chris While, Sandy Denny, Red Shoes plus Fairport Convention's own Chris Leslie, Dave Pegg and Ric Sanders.
The concert will feature a selection from the album's 14 tracks, which include compositions by members of the band, two songs by the legendary Ralph McTell and a reworking of the Sandy Denny classic Rising For The Moon.
Listen to her sing and you can't help but thing of folk-singing legend, Sandy Denny.