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JOHN RENBOURN

John Renbourn

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3.17 | 3 ratings | 1 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1965

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Judy (1:58)
2. Beth's Blues (2:08)
3. Song (1:59)
4. Down On The Barge (1:58)
5. John Henry (3:24)
6. Plainsong (3:48)
7. Louisiana Blues (3:02)
8. Blue Bones (4:42)
9. Train Tune (2:39)
10. Candy Man (3:21)
11. The Wildest Pig In Captivity (2:08)
12. National Seven (3:01)
13. Motherless Children (3:29)
14. Winter Is Gone (2:18)
15. Noah And Rabbit (2:50)

Total time 42:45

Bonus tracks on 2001 remaster:
16. The Wildest Pig In Captivity (Instrumental) (2:15)
17. Can't Keep From Crying (2:29)
18. Blues Run The Game (3:03)

Line-up / Musicians

- John Renbourn / acoustic guitar, vocals

With:
- Bert Jansch / acoustic guitar (8,15)

Releases information

Artwork: Brian Shuel (photo)

LP Transatlantic Records ‎- TRA 135 (1965, UK) Mono audio
LP Music On Vinyl ‎- MOVLP1679 (2016, Europe)

CD Castle Music ‎- CMRCD 359 (2001, UK) Remastered with 3 bonus tracks previously unreleased

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JOHN RENBOURN John Renbourn ratings distribution


3.17
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Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(33%)
33%
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3 stars John Renbourn's first official solo album release is naturally of greater historical as opposed to artistic value. It does have many high points such as showcasing, for the one and only time, what an awesome slide guitar player Renbourn was especially on the track "Louisiana Blues" It also showc ... (read more)

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