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John Renbourn — One For William
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wow cool  : )     thank you psd!
Rickvee wrote:
This is beautiful stuff. Never heard of this artist before. Hope to hear more of him on RP.
I went see Renbourn in concert this year with a wonderful female vocalist originally of the band, Pentangle. Great show. I have an LP I practically wore out from high school - mid 70's. John has aged somewhat, ahem . . ., but his guitar playing is truly outstanding and joyful.
This is beautiful stuff. Never heard of this artist before. Hope to hear more of him on RP.
I could listen to John's recording for hours... Come to think of it... I HAVE!
Very mellow, but rich and complex.
Could this be any more boring or commonplace? Whiny saxes and twangy guitars. Not soothing at all.
Thank you!
nice soprano saxophone...reminds me of an old st. Louis duo, Jasmine. wow... was that really from 1967?!
Too flippin' earnest.
YES!!!! Please, more Pentangle and subsequent solo work. It doesn't get any better. :clap: :clap: :clap:
Close your eyes and think of Titanic... :puke:
Mr. Twelve-Fingers. His body of work is incredible.
Wow, what a nice melody. The instrumentation is pretty unique, being an acoustic guitar and woodwind duet. The song was very digable, and I would have probably never heard it had it not been for Radio Paradise. Thanks!