Four Strong Winds, their second album, was similar to the first, with the exception of the inclusion of the early Dylan composition, "Tomorrow is a Long Time", and the title song "Four Strong Winds", which was written by Ian Tyson The two married in June 1964; they also released their third album, Northern Journey, that year. It included a blues song written by her, "You Were on My Mind", which was subsequently recorded by both the California group We Five (a 1965 on the.
Complete your Ian & Sylvia collection. A NZ version of this exists. Double flipback fully laminated cover on the Vanguard label.
The album featured an assortment of largely traditional material that was unsurpassed in its time, encompassing bluegrass, spirituals, gospel, hillbilly, the French-Canadian standard "V'La L'bon Vent," a British prison song, and two tunes from the Cecil Sharp collection of Southern mountain folk songs of British origin.
Tracklist: 1. Jesus Met The Woman At The Well, 2. Tomorrow Is A Long Time, 3. Katy Dear, 4. Poor Lazurus, 5. Four Strong Winds, 6. Ella Speed, 7. Long Lonesome Road, 8. V’La L’bon Vent, 9. Royal Canal, 10. Lady Of Carlisle, 11. Spanish Is A Loving Tongue, 12. The Greenwood Sidie, 13. Every Night When The Sun Goes Down, 14. Every Time I Feel The Spirit. 1. Jesus Met The Woman At The Well. 2. Tomorrow Is A Long Time. 5. Four Strong Winds. 7. Long Lonesome Road.
Four strong winds that blow lonely Seven seas that run high All those things that don't change come what may But our good times are all gone And I'm bound for moving on I'll look for you if I'm ever back this way. Think I'll go out to Alberta Weather's good there in the fall I got some friends that I can go to working for Still I wish you'd change your mind If I asked you one more time But we've been through that a hundred times or more. Four strong winds that blow lonely Seven seas that run high All those things that don't change come what may But.
Four Strong Winds" is a song written by Ian Tyson in the early 1960s and recorded by Canadian folk duo Ian and Sylvia. A significant part of the early 1960s folk revival, the song is a melancholy reflection on a failing romantic relationship ").
Album by Ian & Sylvia. Spanish Is A Loving Tongue. Every Night When The Sun Goes Down.