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John Renbourn


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4 stars John Renbourns' second solo album sets the tone for both his future Pentangle endeavors and his pre Renaissance and pseudo Elizabethan solo outings like Sir John Alot and The Lady And the Unicorn. Renbourn's acoustic playing is virtuoso folk-blues that is tempered by brief forays into psuedo early music like "Ladye Nothinge's Toye Puffe" and "One for William," the latter of which also features oboe. Future Pentangle member Jaqui McShee joins Renbourn on 3 songs but Renbourn's future preoccupation with divergent musical themes would quickly take over his desire to sing and with so much for him to explore in the near future, his limited vocal skills would never be missed. 4 stars
SteveG | 4/5 |


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