Results for "Pentangle"
by Skip Heller
"Will this wonderful civilization of today perish? Yes, everything perishes. Will it rise and exist again? It willfor nothing can happen that will not happen again. And again, and still again, forever. It took more than eight centuries to prepare this civilization then it suddenly began to grow, and in less than a century it is ...
by John Kelman
For those who may have noticed, there have been no best of lists coming from yours truly since 2014; sadly, the chronic health problem that has reduced my previous writing pace to a crawl continues without much respite. My best of the year lists have always been predicated upon having reviewed the releases chosen, and with ...
by Duncan Heining
Martin Archer is a one-man music industry. Saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, producer, band-leader and label owner--Archer has made a virtue of doing things differently. From early beginnings in music forty years ago, he has built his label Discus into a catalog that is as fine in quality as it is eclectic in taste and content. Based in ...
by Bruce Lindsay
Melodies And Time creates a quandary for those who seek to put music into neat little boxes. It begins with a hint of Lal Waterson, one of Britain's finest and most underrated songwriters; adds arrangements worthy of Robert Kirby's work with Nick Drake; and melds pastoral tones with African instruments. There are touches of jazz and ...
Label: Hux Records
Track listing: CD1 (One More Road): Travelling Solo; Oxford City; Endless Sky; The Lily of the West; One More Road; High Germany; Hey, Hey Soldier; Willy of Winsbury; Somali; Manuel; Are You Going to Scarborough Fair? CD2 (Live 1994): Bramble Briar; Sally Free and Easy; Kingfisher; Come Back Baby; When I Was in My Prime; Meat on the Bone; Traveling Solo; The Bonny Boy; Chasing Love; Cruel Sister; Yarrow; Reynardine.
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by John Kelman
Amongst the artists who, to a greater or lesser extent, explored ways to marry traditional British folk with the energy of rock in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span and Pentangle stand out as three of the most memorable. But while Fairport and Steeleye would move further towards a rock aesthetic, Pentangle ...