Track 4 on Side 1 is Sandy’s fantastic version of Dylan’s “Tomorrow Is A Long Time” (3.54), this being the one on the LP where the pedal steel guitar is most used. Indeed, here it almost dominates the song, which would in any other circumstance make it sound like slushy country & western stuff of the worst sort. With Sandy’s voice, however, this is most certainly not the effect; on the contrary, it is a strong folk-rock masterpiece, and sheer joy to listen to.
Side 2 ends with a very odd song, Track 5, “Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood” (4.25). This is a long, droning monastic chant of a thing, with some vocal over-tracking, and for me the least pleasant track on the record. I have to say, nevertheless, that I know several people who rate this as one of the best things Sandy Denny ever did. Chaq’un a son gout, I guess.