Buffy Sainte-Marie

TrackAlbum
America My HomeSweet America
The AngelIlluminations
The Big Ones Get AwayCoincidence And Likely Stories
Eagle Man/Changing WomanChanging Woman
He Lived Alone In TownIt'’s My Way
MoratoriumShe Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina
Must I Go BoundMany A Mile
Now That The Buffalo’'s GoneIt'’s My Way
The VampireIlluminations
WavesBuffy

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Contributor: Merric Davidson

It should be in there! Soldier Blue. The song still makes me shiver.

But it’s another huge body of work – the BS-M catalog – what with all the other hits for other people: Universal Soldier, Up Where We Belong, Until It’s Time For You To Go. Shouldn’t have overlooked The Incest Song and the extraordinary version of Waly Waly on the second album, and whatever happened to the gorgeous Tall Trees In Georgia from the Chet Atkins dedicated album, I’m Gonna Be A Country Girl Again. Come on, get it together!

Ah well, I guess the above is as good a Buffy playlist as you’ll find. More or less!

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Maria Atsevenine
    Jul 18, 2013

    My Buffy faves:
    Disinformation, Priests of the Golden Bull. (from Coincidence & Likely Stories CD)
    God Is Alive, Poppies. (from Illuminations CD)
    Nobody Will Ever Know It’s Real, Sweet Little Vera, Sweet Fast Hooker Blues. (from The Pathfinder CD)
    When I Had You, Working for the Government. (from Running for the Drum CD)
    Starwalker (from Up Where We Belong CD)

  2. Jay Barber
    Sep 10, 2013

    ‘Fallen Angels’ from ‘Coincidence and Likely Stories’ is one of my favourites.

    I saw Buffy at the 1971 Lincoln Folk Festival, James Taylor was supposedly the main draw but Buffy stole the show. Amazing performance and she remains an amazing performer.

  3. Merric Davidson
    Sep 10, 2013

    Heck I was at Lincoln too in 71. Tupholme Manor Park. Just dug out the programme. How’s this for a line-up. Apart from Buffy and James – Ralph McTell, Tim Hardin, Steeleye, Pentangle, Dion, Incredibles, Sonny & Brownie, Paxton, Byrds, Sandy Denny and Swarbs/Carthy. My god. And it was fantastic!

    • Jay Barber
      Sep 10, 2013

      Lincoln 1971, brilliant line-up, my first festival, and it was a hard act to follow.

  4. Merric Davidson
    Sep 10, 2013

    All headline acts – and no filler. Imagine that. Good to see you there!

  5. Stevie Callaghan
    Jan 18, 2014

    I was also there, hitched down from Glasgow and fell in love with Buffy.

    Great festival and fantastic acts – glad I was there.

    Don’t Forget To Boogie.

  6. Ilkka Jauramo
    Mar 2, 2014

    Buffy is respected among Sami people in northern Scandinavia as a political and cultural activist as well as a singer/songwriter and performer.

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