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Conundrum - Thirteen Down
 
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Conundrum - Thirteen Down

8 Jan. 2011 | Format: MP3

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The 1979 album Avocet by Bert Jansch was most unusual. The next album, Thirteen Down, Conundrum, The thirteenth solo album gets back to a more familiar sound for Bert even though Martin Jenkins who had appeared on the Avocet album appears here too.

I like this album. It is a more Folk Rock sound than his early acoustic folk albums but the arrangements are good and the song writing and song choice is excellent.
Joining Bert is Martin Jenkins on mandocello, violin, flute and vocals. Nigel Portman Smith on bass, Fender Rhodes and accordion. Luce Langridge on drums and percussion and Jacqui McShee on vocals.
There is a familiar sound of Bert Jansch/Pentangle flavours.

Most of the pieces are by Jansch or Jenkins or both together. But there are four Traditional pieces that get a tremendous treatment here.
If I had a lover, Time and love, In my mind and Sovay are all Traditional and arranged by Jansch. They offer us a great sense of folk music and help to create a good solid Folk album.
The over all sound is Folk Rock and it is a great album that began the series of albums for the 1980s,

This is a good CD version of the album and certainly one to get for the Bert Jansch collection. it is an album that has been over looked in favour of the earlier more ground breaking albums of the 60s but this is a genuinely good album that deserves attention.
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