Track 5 is “It’ll Take A Long Time” (5.57). This one is introduced by Dave Swarbrick who correctly identifies it as a Sandy Denny composition. This is a very demanding song to sing, even for someone like Sandy Denny, and she is a little bit hoarse at the start. She improves to her usual perfection as the song proceeds. There is a most interesting middle 8 instrumental section here, unique to this recorded version.
Track 6 is that performance of “One More Chance” (8.37), which has that extraordinary introduction by Sandy Denny (see a couple of posts above). This is a “studio perfect” rendition, with the possible exception that Jerry Donahue’s guitar solo is perhaps a bit wilder than on the studio LP.
Track 7 is a blasting go at “The Hexamshire Lass” (3.36), the Dave Swarbrick romp, and is a truly Classic Live Performance. It is arguably even better than the studio version which opened the “Nine” album (qv above).
The way the tracks are listed on the back cover looks like 2 sides of an LP, Track 8 of the 14 being at the top of a second column, which we get to next time.