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Fine cover of Sandy Denny's classic

The late Sandy Denny was an icon of the British folk music with a clear, ethereal, voice. Kate Rusby in this fine cover of Sandy's signature piece cements her position as one of the premier voices in current British folk and a worthy inheritor of Sandy Denny's position. Kate does not have the high tonal clarity that Sandy Denny and Jaqui McShee of Pentangle had and have, but that is part of her charm--it is a more approachable and, to my ears, evocative sound--a little warmer, a little more emotion, a little more human even. And Kate has that lovely Yorkshire edge "...coom the stoorms of winter..." that makes it *British* folk and, I am so grateful, does not get produced out in any of Kate's songs. Sandy Denny's original version of this song is so classic (particularly the studio Fairport version) that I don't much like people messing with it--even Sandy Denny in later live performances as in "Gold Dust"--but Kate does a really sweet rendering. It is sung just slightly off the beat, with a slow even pacing and a straightforward tone with little or no vibrato to colour it. There is a nice repetitive accordion accompanying the simple guitar, with only a little over-production on a violin track. Kate is doing such a fine job of both carrying the flag of traditional British folk and more contemporary and exploratory folk-themed music without losing the cultural edge, personality, and closeness to the audience that is the genre's primary purpose. This cover is a standout from an outstanding artist.

Who Knows Where the Time Goes?

I have seen Kate three times live and she is the best British folk singer around. These songs continue that tradition by displaying her amazing voice and fresh interpretations of English, Scottish, and Irish folk songs.


This is alright. Nothing POPS to me. But nice, though.


Born: December 1, 1973 in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, Englan

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Folk singer/songwriter Kate Rusby has lived in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, since birth, and grew up in a musical family. Her parents had a ceilidh dance band and introduced her to British folk at an early age. Along with her sister, Emma, Rusby joined the band, singing backup and playing the fiddle. By the time she was 12, Rusby also sang lead and played guitar. At 15, she debuted at the Holmfirth Festival, and was introduced to another young folk singer, Kathryn Roberts; after playing together live...
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