Go Your Way (Anne Briggs) by conordoherty1 published on 2013/01/03 09:35:15 +0000 (PRS Registered) TRACK 2 FROM THE RECENT PROMOTIONAL EP FROM CONOR DOHERTY, A PREVIEW FOR THE MUCH ANTICIPATED 12 TRACK DEBUT SOLO ALBUM 'THE SAVAGE AND THE TENDER' DUE FOR INDEPENDENT RELEASE IN OCTOBER 2014. Conor's new arrangement of the Anne Briggs song from 1971. A subtle, tragic commentary on abandonment. 'His communicative gift, striking material and stunning fretwork combine to brilliant effect'. Pete Quinn 'Flawless guitar playing'. Goring Unplugged Multi--instrumentalist and singer Conor Doherty performs hand-picked traditional and contemporary folk songs, newly arranged, from England, Ireland, Scotland and America. A native of Derry City but now based in London, Conor cites influences that range from Tony Rose, Dick Gaughan and Nic Jones to Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Joni Mitchell, Conor's impeccable musicianship looks set to make an indelible impression on a vibrant and hungry UK folk scene. His much awaited debut solo album 'The Savage and The Tender' will be independently released in October 2014. Recorded by Chris McInnes and produced by Chris McInnes and Conor Doherty.