Label: Drag City - DC415CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
Three Chord Trick - Bert Jansch - A Rare Conundrum (CD, Album)

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A Rare Conundrum is a traditionalish folky album, released in at the end of his tenure with the Charisma label. It is produced by Lindisfarne alumni Rod Clemens, who contributes some bass and guitar. The drummer is Pick Withers, who a year later would /5(34).

So rare, in fact, that Jansch himself had to bid on 's L.A. Turnaround from eBay, while longtime fan Johnny Marr gave Bert his own treasured vinyl copy of 's A Rare Conundrum when the one-time Smiths/Modest Mouse/Electronic guitar maven heard that his six-string hero was in search of one/5(34).

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  • A Rare Conundrum, the third part of Bert Jansch's mids triptych, includes standout tracks 'Looking For A Home' and '3 A.M.', alongside the more familiar UK folk territory of 'The Curragh of Kildare' and 'Pretty Saro'.. Recorded at London's celebrated Air Studios, the production – steered by Jansch and new collaborator Rod Clements – has a wonderful lightness of touch.

  •  · Recorded in and issued in , A Rare Conundrum is one of the most beautiful albums in Jansch ’s catalog. It’s a simple recording, stripped to the bone basically, full of songs both nostalgic and forward-looking. There are covers of three traditional songs, rearranged by Jansch -- “The Curraugh of Kildair,” “Pretty Saro,” and “Instrumentally Irish.”/10(42).

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