This documentary - originally broadcast, if memory serves, on the BBC in 1993 (or thereabouts), was really the start of a remarkable resurgence in the career of Scottish guitarist / vocalist / songwriter Bert Jansch. It began then, and in the course of the following years until his death in 2011, Jansch added to an already considerable body of work with some of the best recordings of his career. It's narrated and features Billy Connolly throughout, and although his presence adds a little of the humorous to it, there's no doubting Connolly and the film maker's serious intent to contextualise Bert Jansch and his music in particular and the Brit folk boom of the sixties more generally. It is a wonderful film, and featured rare footage of the great American singer-songwriter Jackson C Frank, as well as some very telling contributions from the likes of Al Stewart and Martin Carthy. A richly rewarding and engrossing documentary, littered with great performances and music, and at the heart is the wonderful Bert Jansch - a giant of the music whose contribution and influence will live on whenever music is played.