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John Renbourn (CD)
CD reissue of the expanded edition of this 1965 album. The English singer-songwriter John Renbourn was best known for his collaboration with Bert Jansch in the early '60s and later as a member of the British jazz-folk band Pentangle. Renbourn's biggest inspiration as a guitar player lays in the American blues. A famous phrase by Renbourn was "I started out trying to play like Big Bill Broonzy, and I'm still trying". The album includes some traditional blues songs like "Joe Henry" and "Candy Man". AllMusic ends it review from this album: "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". The CD included three bonus tracks.
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Type: CD
Recorded: 1966
Release Date: 2017-12-14
Label: Music On CD
Country: Euro
Item No: MOCCD13554
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Track List
01 Judy
02 Beth's Blues
03 Song
04 Down On The Barge
05 John Henry
06 Plainsong
07 Louisiana Blues
08 Blue Bones
09 Train Tune
10 Candy Man
11 The Wildest Pig In Captivity
12 National Seven
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