Label: Reprise Records - 2RS 6334 • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Acoustic
Sweet Childreleased inat the peak of Pentangle 's career, is probably the most representative of their work. A sprawling two-record set, half recorded in the studio The Trees They Do Grow High - Pentangle - Sweet Child half live at the Royal Festival Hall, showcases just how versatile Pentangle Solitudo Solemnis - Solitudo Solemnis in their unique brand of English folk, jazz, Celtic, blues, and pop styles.
Some of the live covers are easily their finest performances. Charlie Mingus ' "Haitian Flight Song" features a great solo by bassist Danny Thompsonwho was easily one of the finest musicians to grace the instrument. The studio tracks are uniformly excellent as well, especially "The Time Has Come," which turns waltz time inside out.
McSheeRenbournand Jansch all turn in career performances on this track. But these examples merely scratch the surface of Pentangle 's peak.
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Sweet Child was originally released in the UK, as a double LP, on 1 November as Transatlantic TRA The US release, in the same year, was Reprise 2R The US release, in the same year, was Reprise 2RGenre: Folk, folk rock.
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The Trees They Do Grow High This song is by The Pentangle and appears on the Double album Sweet Child ().
The song was also recorded by Pentangle on their Sweet Child album, Steeleye Span on Now We Are Six (as "Long-A-Growing"), and by Angelo Branduardi (Italian version "Gli Alberi Sono Alti") on his La Luna in Sarah Brightman also recorded the song on her The Trees They Grow So High album.
Sweet Child, released in , at the peak of Pentangle's career, is probably the most representative of their work. A sprawling two-record set, half recorded in the studio and half live at the Royal Festival Hall, showcases just how versatile Pentangle was in their unique brand of 9/
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