David gordon and steve gordon astral journey


His music was discovered in 1964, when he was performing on the Toronto folk scene; Fellow Canadians Ian and Sylvia chose two of his songs, Early Mornin' Rain and For Lovin' Me for their next record, aptly named for the first song. See the albums Early Morning Rain and the Vanguard boxed set . In addition to the two Lightfoot covers, both also include Steve Gillette's Darcy Farrow, which Lightfoot performed live early in his career, and Ian Tyson's Red Velvet which Lightfoot would record decades later. The Vanguard boxed set also includes Ian Tyson's classic Four Strong Winds. (As an interesting sidelight, the Ian & Sylvia album Northern Journey contains several of their most well known songs, and also Nova Scotia Farewell (aka, Farewell to Nova Scotia), a song that Ian Tyson taught to Lightfoot, and which Lightfoot performed in concert as recently as the 1990s. For those of you lucky enough to hear Gordon perform that tune, hearing Ian's version is a treat, and the influence is clear).
 


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