Sandy Denny: A Giant in British Folk Music British singer and songwriter Sandy Denny played a seminal role of the folk-revolution in the 1960s. From her solo work to songs like "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," recorded with Fairport Convention, Denny was loved for her wistful, honest singing style.
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Sandy Denny: A Giant in British Folk Music

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Sandy Denny: A Giant in British Folk Music

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Sandy Denny: A Giant in British Folk Music

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British singer and songwriter Sandy Denny played a seminal role of the folk-revolution in the 1960s. From her solo work to songs like "Who Knows Where the Time Goes," recorded with Fairport Convention, Denny was loved for her wistful, honest singing style.