John Renbourn: The Attic Tapes / Bert Jansch: Moonshine

John Renbourn and Bert Jansch came together to weave beautiful guitar tapestries in Pentangle. But the pair, of course, did plenty of work on their own. Both have passed on, but two recent archival releases are very much worth digging into.

First up is Renbourn's charming Attic Tapes, which pulls together some of the guitarist's earliest (and previously unreleased) efforts. Kicking off with expert renditions of the Britfolk scene's ur-texts, "Anji" and "The Blues Run The Game," the collection ably demonstrates how skilled a . . .

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