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THE TIME HAS COME: 1967-1973

The Pentangle

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

DISC 1: STUDIO 1967-69:
1. Mirage
2. Waltz
3. Poison - (1967 Demo)
4. Traveling Song - (Single)
5. Forty-Eight
6. Koan - (alternate take)
7. In Your Mind - (BBC Session 1968)
8. Sovay - (BBC Session 1968)
9. In Time
10. Sweet Child
11. Trees They Do Grow High, The - (alternate take)
12. Moondog
13. Light Flight
14. Once I Had A Sweetheart
15. I Saw An Angel - (Single B-Side)
16. Springtime Promises
17. Cold Mountain - (Single B-Side)
18. Train Song
19. Hunting Song - (BBC Session 1969)

DISC 2: STUDIO 1970-73:
1. Lord Franklin
2. Jack Orion - (instrumental)
3. Cruel Sister
4. Helping Hand
5. Faro Annie
6. Reflection - (alternate take)
7. So Clear - (alternate take)
8. Snows, The
9. Jump Baby Jump
10. Yarrow
11. Tam Lin
12. Best Part Of You, The
13. Green Willow

1. Waltz
2. Way Behind The Sun
3. Time Has Come, The
4. Let No Man Steal Your Thyme
5. So Early In The Spring
6. Hear My Call
7. No More My Lord
8. Three Dances: Brentzal Gay / La Rotta / The Earle Of Salisbury
9. Market Song
10. Bruton Town
11. Woman Like You, A
12. No Exit
13. Haitian Fight Song
14. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
15. Bells
16. John Donne Song
17. Watch The Stars
18. Turn Your Money Green
19. Traveling Song

DISC 4: LIVE, TV & FILM 1970-73:
1. Pentangling
2. Sally Go 'Round The Roses
3. Sarabande
4. Sally Free And Easy
5. Wondrous Love
6. Sweet Child
7. Willy O' Winsbury
8. Rain And Snow
9. No Love Is Sorrow
10. Wedding Dress
11. Furniture Store, The
12. Christian The Lion
13. Reflection
14. People On The Highway

Line-up / Musicians

- Bert Jansch / guitar, banjo vocals
- John Renbourn / guitars, sitar, vocals
- Jacqui Mc Shee / vocals
- Danny Thomson / double bass
- Terry Cox / drums, percussion, glockenspiel, vocals

Releases information

3 CDS/DVD Castle Music CMXBX664 (2007)

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by GruvanDahlman
4 stars I'd say Pentangle is one of the rarest of british folk-groups. Not in the sense their albums are rare to find but rare meaning outstanding. Their blend of progressive, folk and rock sensibilities are unmatched, as far as I'm concerned. The first six albums they made are all worth having, containing utterly beautifl, haunting and engaging music.

If you're looking for simply a compilation I'd recommend Light flight, a great collection of some of their best material. But if you're alreadya serious fan like me this box set is mandatory. It walks the thin line between the greatest hits and rarer stuff, like live recordings and music from the screen. Now, I'm not sure about devoting one entire disc to one single concert. I'd rather have seen more live stuff from their entire career but there you go. Is that any reason to complain? No, not really. The box is easily worth 4,5 stars. Besides, the box is visually stunning and really gives me goose bumps just looking at it. Wondrous stuff!

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4 stars I would like to call this box set "the definitive Pentangle anthology", but I can't! This set would deserve 5 stars for the music alone, but I'll give 4 stars - the concept behind it is wrong. My feelings are mixed about this collection. This is the most comprehensive overview of Pentangle's clas ... (read more)

Report this review (#137080) | Posted by M. B. Zapelini | Saturday, September 8, 2007 | Review Permanlink

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