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With Fairport Convention and solo, Sandy Denny displayed one of contemporary music's finest voices; she also composed her own material, including Who Knows Where The Time Goes--a huge U.S. hit for Judy Collins--and sang on Led Zeppelin IV. However, Sandy tragically got caught in a spiral of drink and drugs and died at age 31 in 1978. Best-selling Dylan biographer Heylin draws on hours of new interviews to tell Sandy's story.

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