Limited 180 gram vinyl LP pressing. 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 labeled 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.
Down on the Barge
The Wildest Pig in Captivity
Winter Is Gone
Noah and Rabbit
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