I was a big fan of Bridget St John in the late 60's and early 70's. In fact I began to think I was the only fan, as years passed before I met anyone who had even heard of her. The first time I heard her was on John Peels "Top Gear" radio show. She sang her version of John Martyn's "The River" which was spellbinding and I fell in love with her voice and guitar style straight away. "Ask Me No Questions" was her first album and her purist. Just her and her guitar, with the occasional second guitar added. It is full of country lanes and nice images and has a very tranqulising effect on the listener, transporting us to another, better world. The title track is lovely with its break in the middle for birdsong and church bells. I always find Bridgets voice very relaxing and yet emotional. Also her lyrics have a rare poetry that is lacking in modern music and so the whole album is a delight. I have it on vinyl and, although I have been listening to it for 37 years, I never grow tired of any of the songs-they seems as fresh now as when I first heard them, which is a rare thing nowadays!