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    The Pentangle

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    The Pentangle was the 1968 debut album of the band Pentangle: Terry Cox, Bert Jansch, Jacqui McShee, John Renbourn and Danny Thompson. It brought together their separate influences of folk, jazz, blues, early music and contemporary song-writing. One of the band's most commercially successful albums, it reached number 21 in the British charts.


    By the time that the album was produced, the members of Pentangle were already accomplished musicians, in their own fields, and had played together in various combinations. Jansch and Renbourn were recognised as solo artists and played together regularly, including their recording of the Bert And John album. McShee had sung folk and blues in pubs and clubs, and had recorded with Renbourn on Another Monday. Cox and Thompson were experienced session musicians and had played together in Alexis Korner's band.

    1. Let No Man Steal Your Thyme
    2. Bells
    3. Hear My Call
    4. Pentangling
    5. Mirage
    6. Way Behind The Sun
    7. Bruton Town
    8. Waltz
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  • Folk Roots, New Routes Folk Roots, New Routes Quick View

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    Folk Roots, New Routes

    An extraordinary and classic album originally released by Decca in 1964. A landmark recording bringing together Shirley Collins' haunting vocals and Davy Graham's innovative guitar style. Folk Roots, New Routes was more than just a record when it first came out: it opened many minds and the door for Fairport Convention and Pentangle to walk through in the future.
    1. Nottamun Town
    2. Proud Maisrie
    3. The Cherry Tree Carol
    4. Blue Monk (Instrumental Version)
    5. Hares On The Mountain
    6. Reynardine
    7. Pretty Saro
    8. Rif Mountain (Instrumental Version)
    9. Jane Jane
    10. Boll Weavil, Holler1
    11. Love Is Pleasin'
    12. Hori Horo
    13. Bad Girl
    14. Lord Gregory
    15. Grooveyard (Instrumental Version)
    16. Dearest Dear
    Shirley Collins
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    John Renbourn

    English guitarist and songwriter John Renbourn (8 August 1944 - 26 March 2015) was possibly best known for his collaboration with guitarist Bert Jansch as well as his work with the Folk group Pentangle, although he maintained a solo career before, during and after that band's existence (1967-1973).

    While most commonly labelled a folk musician, Renbourn's musical tastes and interests took in early music, Classical music, Jazz, Blues and World music. John Renbourn's famous phrase was that I started out trying to play like Big Bill Broonzy, and I'm still trying.

    On his 1965 self-titled album you can detect some of the influence on traditional Blues like John Henry and Candy Man. But as a player, Renbourn had already very much developed into his own man, imaginative and complete in technique. As debuts go, you'd be hard pressed to find anything much better in the folk cauldron that was London in the mid-'60s. The genesis of a master.

    1. Judy
    2. Beth's Blues
    3. Song
    4. Down On The Barge
    5. John Henry
    6. Plainsong
    7. Louisiana Blues
    8. Blue Bones
    9. Train Tune
    10. Candy Man
    11. The Wildest Pig In Captivity
    12. National Seven
    13. Motherless Children
    14. Winter Is Gone
    15. Noah And Rabbit
    John Renbourn
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    Cruel Sister

    Cruel Sister was an album recorded in 1970 by Folk Rock band Pentangle. All the tracks are versions of traditional songs. Whereas their previous album had been produced by Shel Talmy, and featured quite a heavily produced, commercial sound, Cruel Sister was produced by Bill Leader, noted for his recordings of Folk musicians.


    The whole of side two of the album is taken up with an extended version of the ballad Jack Orion, previously recorded by Jansch on his own Jack Orion album. The arrangement on Cruel Sister develops through several sections with different rhythms and instrumentation.


    Allmusic gave the album resounding approval in their retrospective review, applauding its dense, layered sound that is woven within the fabric of each song like a tapestry and praising Jacqui McShee's vocal work in particular.

    1. A Maid That's Deep In Love
    2. When I Was In My Prime (Traditional)
    3. Lord Franklin
    4. Cruel Sister
    5. Jack Orion
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