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  • John Renbourn is the debut album by John Renbourn. Track listing. All tracks composed by John Renbourn, except where indicated. "Judy" "Beth's Blues" (trad. arr. Renbourn) "Song" (poem by John Donne) "Down on the Barge" "John Henry" (trad. arr. Renbourn) "Plainsong" "Louisiana Blues" (Muddy Waters) "Blue Bones" (Renbourn, Bert Jansch) "Train Tune"Producer: Nathan Joseph.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Lady and the Unicorn - John Renbourn on AllMusic - - Renbourn's last solo album for the next six years 6/
  • John Renbourn's famous phrase was that "I started out trying to play like Big Bill Broonzy, and I'm still trying." On this early outing, the first to appear under his own name, you can, perhaps, detect some of the influence on traditional blues like "John Henry" and "Candy Man."8/
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  • In , John Renbourn was commissioned to record an album of instrumentals for use as what is called "library music" in the U.K. (i.e., soundtrack music that can be plugged into numerous films and television programs. Unknown even to most serious Renbourn fans in its original incarnation, The Guitar of John Renbourn wasn't released commercially until , when Castle issued it on CD with a 8/
  • Mar 26,  · The year also saw the release of Renbourn's first solo album, simply titled John Renbourn; on a pair of songs, John was accompanied by Bert Jansch, a like-minded guitarist with whom he was sharing a flat, and in , the two cut an album together, Bert & John.

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