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    Main » 2010 » July » 23 » Pentangle ~ 1968 ~ Sweet Child (live)
    Pentangle ~ 1968 ~ Sweet Child (live)
    Pentangle ~ 1968 ~ Sweet Child (live)
    genre: folk
    country: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 1:13'04"  size: 375 mb
    misc.: 1988
    Tapestry of Delights:
    Forming in 1967, they were something of a folk-rock 'supergroup'. Bert Jansch and John Renbourn were already highly-regarded soloists, Thompson had been a jazz sessionman and Cox had played a similar role in the blues world. Both had played in Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated. Jacqui McShee was a well known figure in traditional folk circles.
    Their debut album was noted for fine acoustic interplay between Renbourn and Jansch and contained an effective blend of originals and traditional folk material. The follow-up Sweet Child was a double set, which again included a very varied blend of material including two songs written by jazz bassist Charles Mingus, Haitian Fight Song and Goodbye Pork Pie Hat. Basket Of Light (from their third album) was used as the title track to 'Take Three Girls', a TV drama. Thereafter, they lost their way and seemed to be marking time on their early seventies albums. When the split came in 1972 Jansch and Renbourn continued with their solo careers. Danny Thompson went on to work with John Martyn, Cox did session work for Charles Aznavour, the French singer, and McShee sang for the John Renbourn Band between 1974-81. The original band reformed in 1982 and recorded three further albums in the eighties but that's another story.

    "Market Song" (Pentangle) – 4:23
    "No More My Lord" (Traditional) – 4:05
    "Turn Your Money Green" (Furry Lewis) – 2:59
    "Haitian Fight Song" (Charles Mingus) – 3:52
    "A Woman Like You" (Jansch) – 4:06
    "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat" (Charles Mingus) – 3:48
    "Three Dances" – 4:57
    "Brentzel Gay" (Claude Gervaise)
    "La Rotta" (Trad.)
    "The Earle Of Salisbury" (William Byrd)
    "Watch The Stars" (Traditional) – 3.11
    "So Early In The Spring" (Traditional) – 3:37
    "No Exit" (Jansch / Renbourn) – 2:22
    "The Time Has Come" (Anne Briggs) – 3:14
    "Bruton Town" (Traditional) – 6:27

    CD Bonus tracks:
    "Hear My Call" – 3:48
    "Let No Man Steal Your Thyme" – 2:59
    "Bells" – 4:45
    "Traveling Song" – 4:17
    "Waltz" – 6:00
    "Way Behind the Sun" – 2:59
    "John Donne Song" – 3:24

    Terry Cox: Drums, glockenspiel, vocals
    Bert Jansch: Guitar, vocals
    Jacqui McShee: Vocals
    John Renbourn: Guitar, vocals
    Danny Thompson: Double bass

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