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1 Aug. 2011 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Aug. 2011
  • Label: Demon
  • Copyright: (c) 2011 Demon Music Group Ltd
  • Total Length: 58:54
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  • ASIN: B005EVYEDO
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 163,037 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Tim Edmonds VINE VOICE on 24 Mar. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a CD reissue of 'Farewell Farewell', the album made during the band's so-called Farewell Tour of 1979. The last venue on that tour was a field at Cropredy in Oxfordshire that proved to be the start of new era as well as the end of an old one - hence the title given to the CD. The line-up comprised Simon Nicol and Dave Swarbrick, who shared the lead vocals and instrumental spotlight, with a rhythm section of Dave Pegg (also occasional vocalist) and Bruce Rowland.
As expected this is a ramble through the back catalogue with the band playing well and clearly enjoying themselves, mixing some tight performances with an 'end of term' feel reflected in the on-stage banter. The quality is acceptable for live recordings. The version of the much re-recorded 'Matty Groves' is one of the best; taken at a jogging pace it builds nicely to a medley of 'High Road to Linton' and an exuberant version of "Orange Blossom Special" with Swarb in great form. Simon enjoys himself with electric guitar, particularly on "Mr Lacey", and if there is a weak track from the original selection it is probably the tongue-in-cheek "Bridge Over the River Ash", which was a visual piece and needed to be seen as well as heard. Very much the odd track out is the only studio recording here, the band's final single "Rubber Band", which might have been better placed at the end rather than between the original and bonus live tracks. All of the latter are instrumentals that have been long-standing features of the band's live set. They are well performed and so make good-value CD fillers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. M. R. Mapletoft on 6 Oct. 2013
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Well, you can't have too much Fairport, so more is always good, and when I first bought this on vinyl as "Fairwell, Fairwell" I played it a lot. It's good to hear the band pleasantly relaxed: even though this was a fairwell concert the guys were certainly not overawed by the occasion. However, the truth is that this does not always make for the best music. There are now dozens of live Fairport albums, the best for me being "House Full", "The Cropredy Box" and one or tow of their official bootlegs, but if you're a fan you'll still love this. The bonus tracks: I had never heard the single before but it's great. And as far as I know this is the only place you can get it, so for completists - buy the album. Then, presumably from about the same time as the farewell concert, there are versions of three of the band's instrumentals, each of them medleys, so you get about nine tunes back to back, in three batches. Odd to hear them all together (something they would never do in concert), but maybe it does add to the unique, curiosity value.
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