[Buying the albums sampled on “You Can All Join In”.]
Track 2 on the LP has the same recording and transmission details as Track 1, and is “I Don’t Know Where I Stand”, a song written by Joni Mitchell. This appears on the first album, where of course Judy Dyble had sung the lead vocal. It is a splendid song, and instrumentally it is a duplication of the studio version. However, this BBC version features absolutely spellbinding vocals, with Sandy Denny taking the lead, with superb and subtle support from Ian Matthews. This I think is the only track from my record collection which is used by my elder daughter in her DJ business, which majors on indie stuff. It really is an exquisitely beautiful work of art.
Track 3 also has the same recording and transmission details. This one is “Some Sweet Day”, a country and western song well rocked up, with Ian Matthews on lead vocal. Richard Thompson is on top form playing slide guitar, and the whole thing is a classic, worth its weight in gold.