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4.64 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 40% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1985

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. New Nothynge (4:07)
2. The Fish in the Well (2:31)
3. Pavan D'Aragon (5:46)
4. Variations on My Lady Carey's Dompe (6:15)
5. Circle Dance (4:29)
6. The Nine Maidens (13:27) :
- Clarsach (5:39)
- The Nine Maidens (5:00)
- The Fiddler (2:45)

Total Time 36:35

Line-up / Musicians

- John Renbourn / acoustic guitar, drum (4,5), cittern (5), composer & producer

- Rémy Froissart / guitar (2)
- Toby Pedley / recorder (4,6)
- Tony Roberts / Northumbrian small pipes & recorder (5)
- Joe Tancock / bodhrán (5)
- Jeff Merrell / fiddle (5)
- Ben Burrow / congas (6)
- Julian Diggle / tambourine (6)

Releases information

Artwork: Carol McCleeve with James Wier (photo)

LP Making Waves ‎- SPIN 102 (1985, UK)

CD Titan ‎- 577/3005-2 (1988, Germany)
CD Castle Music - CMRCD 1062 (2005, UK)

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5 stars Its impossible to list anything recorded by John Renbourn as not being of quality as the man had absolutely no regard for any kind of commercial success. So, we are left with a bevy of fine albums by the late guitar virtuoso. The Nine Maidens stands out because it is simply the pinnacle of Renbo ... (read more)

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