Along The Way - Bert Jansch & John Renbourn - Bert And John (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 15,  · Published on Aug 15, From their eponymous album "Bert And John" on Transatlantic (TRA ). Also available on the Sanctuary CD (CMRCD ).
  2. Around , Renbourn teamed up with guitarist Bert Jansch who was visiting London from Edinburgh, and together they developed an intricate duet style that became known as "folk baroque". Their album Bert and John is a fine example of their playing.
  3. Another wonderful and necessary record to accompany listening to the early Pentangle canon is this 'folk baroque' classic collaboration by Bert Jansch and John Renbourn that is a powerhouse recording of mostly titillating and jaw dropping instrumentals that runs the gamut of Arabic scales raga (read more)/5(2).
  4. Both had recorded solo albums, both had recorded the odd few tracks together already on their respective solo projects, both were fans of jazz blues guitarist Davy Graham and the jazz blues folk sound, both had lived together, and both recorded on the same record label It was bound to lead to a whole album where they would join forces for joint billing on one album. This is the album Bert and John.
  5. One of the long-standing collaborations of the British folk revival, Bert Jansch and John Renbourn 's Bert and John sees the masterful Pentangle guitarists sparing together through their trademark steel-string guitar styles.
  6. Bert and John Someone coined the phrase 'Folk Baroque' supposedly to describe the elaborate quality of Bert and myself playing together. We had been sharing a number of habitations around ''66 and we sat about plunking a lot of the time.
  7. This is the album Bert and John. It is an outstanding album. There seems to be some confusion about this album with some sources suggesting that it is really just a Bert Jansch album with Renbourn on a few tracks/5(31).
  8. He has been performing since the late s and recording from to the present. He has worked with many of the notable guitarists of the English folk music revival, such as John Renbourn and Bert Jansch. Early days. Jones became infatuated with the bohemian image of Woody Guthrie and Jack Kerouac and grew his hair long.
  9. Preceding Alphabetic Section Home Bottom of File. Folk Music Index: Thro to Tiz. Thro' the World Would I Go with the Laddie I Like. MacKay, Alex foefredilicdenidotsoiwaranbioti.coinfong Home, Rounder , CD (?), trk# 4f. Through All the Country Roads.

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