Cruel Sister was an album recorded in 1970 by folk-rock band Pentangle. It was the most folk-based of the albums recorded by the band, with all the tracks being versions of traditional songs. Whereas their previous album had been produced by Shel Talmy, and featured quite a heavily produced, commercial sound, Cruel Sister was produced by Bill Leader, noted for his recordings of folk musicians.
Cruel Sister by Julia Wolfe, released 29 March 2011 1. Cruel Sister, part 1 2. Cruel Sister, part 2 3. Cruel Sister, part 3 4. Cruel Sister, part 4 5. Fuel, part 1 6. Fuel, part 2 7. Fuel, part 3 8. Fuel, part 4 9. Fuel, part 5 Provocative and intense, Julia Wolfe's music combines minimalist techniques, repetitive rhythms and sustained harmonies with a rock sensibility. Cruel Sister, composed in 2004, is a 35-minute long piece for string orchestra. Wolfe elaborates on Cruel Sister: " takes its title from a stirring and fantastic old English ballad of the same name.
There lived a lady by the North Sea shore (Lay the bent to the bonnie broom) Two daughters were the babes she bore (Fa la la la la la la la la la). As one grew bright as is the sun So coal black grew the elder one A knight came riding to the lady's door He'd travelled far to be their wooer He courted one with gloves and rings But he loved the other above all things Oh sister will you go with me To watch the ships sail on the sea?
The arrangement on Cruel Sister develops through several sections with different rhythms and instrumentation. 180 gram audiophile vinyl.
Cruel Sister (Pentangle album). Cruel Sister was released as a UK LP on 27 November 1970, as Transatlantic TRA228. release was Reprise RS6430. In 1977, it was re-released on the XTRA label as Xtra 1172. A CD version (sourced from vinyl) was released in 1992 as Line TACD900S and in 2001, a digitally remastered version was released as Castle CMRCD206.
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