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Bert Jansch After the Dance (w/ John Renbourn) album cover
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Boxset/Compilation, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Tic-Tocative (1:58)
2. Waltz (5:02)
3. Piano Tune (1:43)
4. Goodbye Porkpie Hat (3:54)
5. Hole In The Coal (5:19)
6. The Wagoner's Lad (3:24)
7. Lucky 13 (3:31)
8. Three Part Thing (2:26)
9. Stepping Stones (2:46)
10. Red's Favourite (1:30)
11. No Exit (2:08)
12. Orlando (1:44)
13. Bells (3:52)
14. East Wind (1:24)
15. After the Dance (2:31)

Total time: 43:12

Line-up / Musicians

- John Renbourn / guitar
- Bert Jansch / guitar, vocals

Releases information

CD Shanachie 99006 (1992) US

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5 stars My last walk down memory lane with the late John Renbourn features, exclusively, all instrumental collaborations with his old Pentangle sparring partner Bert Jansch. After The Dance is a compilation that focuses exclusively on the duo's joint solo recordings that showcase the interplay between ... (read more)

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