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Jade|Fly on Strangewings

Fly on Strangewings

Jade

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While Jade's only album is decent early-'70s British folk-rock, its similarity to the material that Sandy Denny sang lead on with Fairport Convention is so evident that it's rather unnerving. Marian Segal sounded more like Denny than any other British folk-rock singer of the time did, and the songs mixed rock music, more traditional British Isles folk melodic and lyrical elements, and stirring contemporary rock singer/songwriting in much the same way that Fairport did in their What We Did on Our Holidays and Unhalfbricking era. The differences? Well, Jade had a little more of a pop influence than Fairport, occasionally using orchestration, and less of a traditional folk one, never updating trad folk tunes with rock arrangements as Fairport sometimes did. And of course where Fairport split up the lead vocals among several members, Marian Segal takes almost all of them here, though the good amount of vocal harmonies again can't fail but to recall early Fairport. The title track in particular recalls Denny's composition "Who Knows Where the Time Goes." Ultimately, the songs, singing, and arrangements don't have as much of an edge as Fairport Convention, and Jade can't help but sound derivative, though they're good at what they do. The inevitable comparisons recede a bit on some songs, such as "Mayfly," with its gallivanting, almost country feel; "Bad Magic," which seems Donovan-influenced with its harpsichord and loosey-goosey blues-rock feel; "Away from the Family," a nod in the direction of the Band; and "Mrs. Adams," which more than any other track is like a modernized old British folk song. The 2003 CD reissue adds two bonus cuts -- covers of Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi" and James Taylor's "Carolina in My Mind" -- from an unreleased 1971 single, as well as some Chicago radio ads for some local Jade gigs and lengthy historical liner notes by Marianne Segal (aka Marian Segal) herself.
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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1
Amongst Anemones
Marian Segal
00:03:55

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

2
Raven
Marian Segal
00:02:36

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

3
Fly on Strangewings
Marian Segal
00:04:25

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

4
Mayfly
Marian Segal
00:03:34

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

5
Alan's Song
Marian Segal
00:03:18

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

6
Bad Magic
Marian Segal
00:03:19

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

7
Clippership
Marian Segal
00:02:47

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

8
Five of Us
Marian Segal
00:04:07

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

9
Reflections on a Harbour Wall
Marian Segal
00:02:33

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

10
MRS. Adams
Marian Segal
00:03:28

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

11
Fly Me to the North
Marian Segal
00:03:23

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

12
Away from the Family
Marian Segal
00:04:50

Pete Sears, MainArtist - Terry Cox, MainArtist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Michael Rosen, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - James Litherland, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

13
September Song (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:03:32

John Wetton, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

14
Big Yellow Taxi (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:03:35

Mitchell, Composer - Michell, Lyricist - John Wetton, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

15
Carolina in My Mind (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:04:06

John Wetton, MainArtist - Taylor, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

16
Chicago Radio Spots (Bonus)
Jade
00:02:05

Jade, MainArtist - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist

1970 DJM

17
Moses (Bonus)
Jade
00:02:57

Jade, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist - Jon Miller, Producer

1970 DJM

18
Swallow (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:04:23

Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist

1970 DJM

19
Middling Man (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:04:10

Del Newman, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist - Rod Edwards, MainArtist

1970 DJM

20
Circle Round the Sun (Bonus)
Jade
00:03:55

Jade, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist - Jon Miller, Producer

1970 DJM

21
Sit Yourself Down (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:04:44

Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist

1970 DJM

22
Bullseye on a Rainy Night (Bonus)
Marian Segal
00:03:59

Phil Dennys, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist, MainArtist - Jon Miller, Producer - Dave Waite, MainArtist

1970 DJM

23
Miranda (Bonus)
Jade
00:04:35

Jade, MainArtist - Jeff Wayne, Arranger - Marian Segal, Composer, Lyricist - Jon Miller, Producer

1970 DJM

24
Deal with the Preacher (Bonus)
Jade
00:04:43

Ralphs, Composer, Lyricist - Rodgers, Composer, Lyricist - Jade, MainArtist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Jon Miller, Producer

1970 DJM

25
Love Me Somebody (Bonus)
Jade
00:02:59

Jade, MainArtist - Rogers, Composer, Lyricist - Phil Dennys, Arranger - Jon Miller, Producer

1970 DJM

Albumbeschreibung

While Jade's only album is decent early-'70s British folk-rock, its similarity to the material that Sandy Denny sang lead on with Fairport Convention is so evident that it's rather unnerving. Marian Segal sounded more like Denny than any other British folk-rock singer of the time did, and the songs mixed rock music, more traditional British Isles folk melodic and lyrical elements, and stirring contemporary rock singer/songwriting in much the same way that Fairport did in their What We Did on Our Holidays and Unhalfbricking era. The differences? Well, Jade had a little more of a pop influence than Fairport, occasionally using orchestration, and less of a traditional folk one, never updating trad folk tunes with rock arrangements as Fairport sometimes did. And of course where Fairport split up the lead vocals among several members, Marian Segal takes almost all of them here, though the good amount of vocal harmonies again can't fail but to recall early Fairport. The title track in particular recalls Denny's composition "Who Knows Where the Time Goes." Ultimately, the songs, singing, and arrangements don't have as much of an edge as Fairport Convention, and Jade can't help but sound derivative, though they're good at what they do. The inevitable comparisons recede a bit on some songs, such as "Mayfly," with its gallivanting, almost country feel; "Bad Magic," which seems Donovan-influenced with its harpsichord and loosey-goosey blues-rock feel; "Away from the Family," a nod in the direction of the Band; and "Mrs. Adams," which more than any other track is like a modernized old British folk song. The 2003 CD reissue adds two bonus cuts -- covers of Joni Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi" and James Taylor's "Carolina in My Mind" -- from an unreleased 1971 single, as well as some Chicago radio ads for some local Jade gigs and lengthy historical liner notes by Marianne Segal (aka Marian Segal) herself.
© Richie Unterberger /TiVo

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