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4.28 | 14 ratings | 2 reviews | 29% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1965

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Strolling Down the Highway (3:06)
2. Smokey River (2:56)
3. Oh How Your Love Is Strong (3:40)
4. I Have No Time (3:09)
5. Finches (0:51)
6. Rambling's Going to be the Death of Me (3:18)
7. Veronica (1:32)
8. Needle pf Death (3:20)
9. Do You Hear Me Now (2:06)
10. Alice's Wonderland (1:46)
11. Running From Home (2:24)
12. Courting Blues (4:02)
13. Casbah (2:10)
14. Dreams of Love (1:44)
15. Angie (3:15)

Total time: 39:19

Bonus Tracks on Castle Music Remaster (2001):
16. Instrumental Medley (1964) (8:44)
17. Angie (Live, 1964) (2:50)

Line-up / Musicians

- Herbert "Bert" Jansch / Martin acoustic guitar, vocals

- Keith De Groot / percussion (16,17)
- John Challis / piano (16,17)

Releases information

ArtWork: Brian Shuei (design & photo)

LP Transatlantic TRA 125 (1965) UK
LP Transatlantic 2933 124 (1979) France
LP Demon Records TRANDEM 1 (1988) UK
CD Castle Music CMRCD 204 (2001,UK) Remastered with 2 bonus tracks *
CD Transatlantic TRS 117 A (2001) UK
LP Earmark 42008 (2003) Italy
CD WAS-104 (2005) Japan

* This remaster uses alternate masters, retrieved from Vanguard and also used on 'Lucky Thirteen'.

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BERT JANSCH Bert Jansch ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(29%)
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(57%)
Good, but non-essential (0%)
Collectors/fans only (14%)
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5 stars Beyond the hype, music, sweet music. It's easy to place Bert Jansch's and his Pentangle partner John Renbourn's early solo albums as a type of addendum to their Pentangle canon. A type of unofficial 'immersion' material, if you will, as many of the 'folk baroque' trademarks that the duo pione ... (read more)

Report this review (#1919187) | Posted by SteveG | Wednesday, May 2, 2018 | Review Permanlink

4 stars 4.0. Spoiler alert: no prog here, even if a little presence of Mingusian jazz is felt on 'Alice's Wonderland'. I really like the album. It doesn't feel like a 3.5-star kind of stuff. There are plenty of strong numbers and a couple of truly outstanding tracks. All of the creations here are very ... (read more)

Report this review (#714395) | Posted by Dayvenkirq | Saturday, April 7, 2012 | Review Permanlink

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