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Soho - Various - People On The Highway: A Bert Jansch Encomium (CD)

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  1. One other Jansch-related album I’d recommend strongly is one I pulled together with Peter Muir at Market Square Records, People On The Highway: A Bert Jansch Encomium () – in short, a 2CD Bert Jansch tribute album featuring many of his peers (Roy Harper, Wizz Jones, Ralph McTell, Duffy Power, Donovan) alongside more recent admirers (Johnny Marr, Bernard Butler, Kelly Joe Phelps.
  2. Bert Jansch was a Scottish folk musician. His discography consists of 24 studio albums, 8 live albums, 34 compilations, 5 videos, 2 EPs, and 12 singles. In addition, his compositions and guitar work have been featured on a number of albums by other artists.
  3. Oct 10,  · There´s also a collective tribute double album called People on the highway - a Bert Jansch encomium, featuring bandmates, friends and fans such as Roy Harper, Donovan, Al Stewart, Laurence Juber, Rod Clements, the late Martin Jenkins, Ralph McTell, Rab Noakes, Duffy Power, Maggie Boyle and many others.
  4. People on the Highway: A Bert Jansch Encomium - Various Artists Wingspan: Hits and History - Paul McCartney Anthology - Carly Simon Look My Way/Nice to Be Around - Rosemary Clooney / Quiet Thing - Stan Chandler & Kirsten Benton Stephen Collins - .
  5. The female voice belongs to Helen McGurk who, with James Devlin, oruginally recorded the song for "People on the Highway - A Bert Jansch Encomium". The two-cd album is dated , released by Market Square Music Ltd. It contains recordings of twenty-six of Bert's songs and instrumentals, each performed by different artists as a tribute to Bert.
  6. He left the post to form his own production company, Neon, which he runs with personal and business partner Stephanie Pordage. In January , Noakes appeared on the multi-artist compilation, ^People on the Highway: A Bert Jansch Encomium.
  7. For over thirty-five years, Bert Jansch has plied his perplexing art both as a solo artist and with others (dueting with John Renbourn and "grouping" with Pentangle). Which brings us to this 2-CD, song "encomium" (means "tribute" or "praise") lovingly compiled by British folkies Peter Muir and Colin Harper and sung by various (mostly UK) artists.
  8. The original was a continuation of his epoch-making first album; this compilation brings in material from the shortly thereafter recorded "Bert and John" (called "Stepping Stones" in the U.S.). My favorite cuts here are 'Soho,' 'Lucky Thirteen,' and 'My Lover,' but ask twenty different people and you'd get twenty different answers/5(15).

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