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Bert Jansch Bert Jansch
'180 gram virgin vinyl'; CD from Castle (with a couple more Angies and a medley thrown in).



Bert Jansch L.A. Turnaround
The CD includes a thirteen-minute movie shot during the recording — in Sussex, 1974, with Mike Nesmith, Red Rhodes and others, at Tony Stratton Smith's home.




Bert Jansch Thirteen Down
Originally released on Stefan Grossman’s Kicking Mule label in 1979, after the break-up of Pentangle. With Martin Jenkins, Nigel Portman-Smith, Luce Langridge — and Jacquie McShee on one track.








Jim O'Rourke Eureka
A masterful blend of intricate finger-picking and lush orchestral pop — warm and uplifting, no doubt a surprise to Gastr Del Sol fans at the time, with a stunning re-working of Ivor Cutler's Women of the World.



Jim O'Rourke Bad Timing
Spun out of his love for John Fahey's extended workouts, and topped off with unexpected orchestrations that hint at Van Dyke Parks and Fahey's own Of Rivers And Religion.



Jim O'Rourke Insignificance
The more people expect O'Rourke to be 'out' the more he does the opposite, and hurray to that. Orchestrated pop meets Fahey again; and this time 70's rock and pop too. Wilco's Jeff Tweedy lends a big hand.