"O God, I could be bounded in a nut shell and count myself
a king of infinite space,
were it not that I have bad dreams."
Act II scene ii
What a pure, sweet voice. Beautiful! I am sorry to say that I never heard of or encountered Ms. Denny whilst I was in "the business." I am sorry she died so young as many of our "folk" musicians did. I am glad I survived to enjoy my middle and late years surrounded and loved by my family. That picture with her and her guitar?......give her white-blond hair and her countenance could be mine.
You should get hold of some of her music MT. She was in an English folk-rock-traditional band called Fairport Convention for part of her short career.
Her time to go was certainly early, what a shame.
She fell down the stairs and hit her head. At first the doctor seems to have half-dismissed the resulting headache. There was a swelling deep inside her brain. But there were other "issues" surrounding her death - not least the disappearance of her Australian husband with their baby, Georgia.
Time seems to fly even faster as I get older. Did you ever see her live YP?ps did you speak to your lad about the lunch? if you did can you let me have your email address?
Yes. I did see her live with Fairport Convention not long before she split. I shall leave my secret email address at your place rather than here.
Love that song!
Me too Jenny.
Me too! Thanks!
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