Redirected from Sylvia Fricker Tyson). Sylvia Tyson, CM (born 19 September 1940, Chatham, Ontario, Canada), is a musician, performer, singer-songwriter and broadcaster. She is best known as part of the folk duo "Ian and Sylvia". Since 1993, she has been a member of the all-female folk group Quartette. Tyson was born Sylvia Fricker in Chatham, Ontario
Someday Soon" is a song composed by Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Tyson. He recorded the song with his wife, Sylvia Tyson, as the duo Ian & Sylvia in 1964. Although this version was not released as a single, the song has been recorded by Judy Collins, Moe Bandy and Suzy Bogguss, all of whom had chart success with it. Collins's version was issued as a single to the pop format, while Bandy's and Bogguss's versions were hit singles on country music radio.
Poor Old Rose - Sylvia Tyson. Hazel's First Ride - Sylvia Tyson. Same Old Thing - Sylvia Tyson. Bill, Won't You Please Take Me Home - Sylvia Tyson. You Were on My Mind (feat. George Canyon) - Sylvia Tyson feat. A Pair of Blue Eyes - Sylvia Tyson. My Darling Evelynda - Sylvia Tyson. You Were on My Mind - Sylvia Tyson. Denim Blue Eyes - Sylvia Tyson. La Fille Du Roi - Sylvia Tyson. Last Call - Sylvia Tyson. The Downcast Lover - Sylvia Tyson. Woman's World - Sylvia Tyson. Rakehelly - Sylvia Tyson.
Sylvia Tyson contributed offstage to the Canadian music scene as a board member of FACTOR and the Juno Awards. ISBN 9781551520230) Awards and recognition She was nominated seven times for a Juno Award, the first being in 1987 as Country Female Vocalist of the Year. The Canadian Music Hall of Fame inducted Ian & Sylvia as a duo.
Full list of Sylvia Tyson albums, sorted by release date. You can also sort the list of albums by most recently added, year recorded (from most recent to first recorded), by views and by album name.
|A2||Time For A Change||3:32|
|A4||Sleep On My Shoulder||2:38|
|A5||Patience Is A Solitary Game||2:07|
|B2||Whatever Became Of Me||2:07|
|B4||There Is A Fountain||3:12|
|B5||Blind Leading The Blind||2:36|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records-EMI Of Canada Limited
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester
- Recorded At – Thunder Sound
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
- Arranged By – Ian Tyson
- Bass – Jack Zaza
- Drums – Dave Brown
- Executive-Producer – Paul White
- Fiddle – Al Cherney*
- Guitar – Bobby Edwards , Brian Russell, Ed Bickert, Ian Tyson, Mike Francis , Red Shea
- Keyboards – Doug Riley, Gordon Fleming*
- Lacquer Cut By – KP*
- Producer – Ian Tyson
- Steel Guitar – Pee Wee Charles
- Tenor Saxophone – Keith Jollimore
- Written-By – Sylvia Fricker Tyson*
NotesThis release on 1972-75 red Capitol label without "All Rights Reserved" information on label that was added on later releases.
Pressing plant identified by • ━◁ etched into runout.
Recorded at Thunder Sound, Toronto
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A/etched): ST-1-11434-F2 • ━◁ KP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B/etched): ST-2-11434-F2 • ━◁ KP
- Matrix / Runout (Runout, Sides A & B/stamped): MASTERED BY CAPITOL
|SKAO 6430||Sylvia Tyson||Woman's World (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||SKAO 6430||Canada||1975|
|ECS-80335||Sylvia Tyson||Woman's World (LP, Album, Promo)||Capitol Records||ECS-80335||Japan||1975|
|E-ST 11434, 0C 062 - 81977||Sylvia Tyson||Woman's World (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||E-ST 11434, 0C 062 - 81977||UK||1975|
|ST-11434||Sylvia Tyson||Woman's World (LP, Album)||Capitol Records||ST-11434||Canada||1975|