Sylvia Tyson - Satin on Stone - 1978 - Folk Rock (vinyl)
Sylvia Tyson - Satin on Stone LP- Rare Canadian Release (Ian & Sylvia)
From 1959 to 1974, she was half of the popular folk duo Ian & Sylvia with Ian Tyson. The two met after a friend of Tyson's heard her sing at a party and let Ian know about her; Tyson had been performing in Toronto clubs as a solo artist, but after he and Fricker met, they decided to work together as a duo. From the late 1960s to the early 1970s, she and Ian Tyson also fronted the country rock band Great Speckled Bird.
Sylvia wrote her first and best-known song "You Were on My Mind" in 1962. It was recorded by Ian & Sylvia in 1964. The song has been covered extensively, and became a hit single in the mid-1960s for the San Francisco-based folk-rock band We Five and also for the British pop singer Crispian St. Peters.
After the Tysons separated and stopped performing together in 1975, Sylvia started a solo career; she released two albums through Capital Records, Woman's World in 1975 and Cool Wind from the North in 1976. She then established an independent record label, Salt Records, in the early 1980s. Through this label she released the albums, Satin on Stone in 1978 and Sugar for Sugar in 1979.
Sylvia Tyson contributed offstage to the Canadian music scene as a board member of FACTOR and the Juno Awards. With Tom Russell, she was an editor of the 1995 anthology And Then I Wrote: The Songwriter Speaks (ISBN 9781551520230). In 2011, she wrote her first novel, a 420-page book entitled Joyner's Dream
|A1||Piece Of My Heart||3:51|
|A3||May You Never||3:18|
|A5||Close To The Bone||4:08|
|B2||Green Rocky Road||3:58|
|B3||Love Is A Fire||3:12|
|B4||Woman In Love||2:51|
Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 8 Hole in corner
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 ~ 10
side 2 - 9 small mark
BIN * 6
BIN # 129 -Perfect copy!