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This review is from: Ask Me No Questions (Audio CD)
Ever since my well-loved and well-played vinyl went to the great vinyl resting place and tape copies became snagged, I thought I'd never hear Ask me No Gquestions again until now and how lovely are the sweet memories of late summer and autumn come flooding back as I listen to the husky/dusky voice of Bridget St John, all the way from buttercup sandwiches to the birds and bells - and all the goodies in between.
The clarity of the CD is just as good, if not better in places, but Bridget's guitar playing (and John Martyn on second guitar) is crisp and clear as before.
The bo sorry the bonus tracks are just that - a bonus - especially BSJ's version of Suzanne - how to out-Cohen Leonard Cohen; brilliant!
I haven't herd Bridget's other stuff and I don't think I would want to now I have this, the best there is; but I may be tempted, but I am well enough pleased with this.
anybody out there know how to play her guitar chords? Is that question allowed amazon?