That was very interesting indeed, moonrider! Just had a look at Wikipedia here:
Here's a short extract from Wiki:
"By 1962 they (Ian & Sylvia Tyson) were living in New York City, where they caught the attention of Albert Grossman, who was managing Bob Dylan. He secured them a contract with Vanguard Records, and they released their first album late in the year...
Their second album was similar to the first, with the exception of the inclusion of an early Dylan composition, "Tomorrow is a Long Time", and the title song "Four Strong Winds", which was written by Ian. "Four Strong Winds" was a major hit in Canada and ensured their stardom..."
By the way, I also like Neil Young's version of "Four Strong Winds"