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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2015

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Anji (3:54)
2. Blues Run the Game (3:26)
3. Rosslyn (2:13)
4. Picking Up the Sunshine (feat. Beverley Martyn) (live) (3:48)
5. I Know My Babe (live at Les Cousins) (3:44)
6. The Wildest Pig in Captivity (2:15)
7. Candyman (4:42)
8. Buffalo (2:14)
9. National Seven (live) (2:44)
10. Come Back Baby (feat. Beverley Martyn) (live) (2:46)
11. Train Tune (live) (2:34)
12. Judy (live) (2:00)
13. Beth's Blues (live) (2:19)
14. Cocaine (feat. Mac Macleod) (4:20)
15. Courting Blues (3:10)
16. It Hurts Me Too (feat. Mac Macleod) (1:42)
17. Portland Town (live) (2:59)
18. Plainsong (live) (3:02)
19. Can't Keep from Crying (live) (2:41)
20. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out (feat. Davy Graham) (live) (4:41)

Total Time 61:14

Line-up / Musicians

- John Renbourn / guitar, harmonica, vocals

- Mac MacLeod / guitar & vocals (14,16)
- Beverly Martyn / vocals (4,10)
- Davy Graham / vocals & guitar (20)

Releases information

Riverboat Records/World Music Network TUGCD-1089

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5 stars Compiled from his earliest known but never released recordings, "The Attic Tapes" is important because it illustrates one of the key influences of the Pentangle sound, the striking "folk baroque" style of finger picked acoustic guitar playing of co-founding member John Renbourn. While often overlo ... (read more)

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