Pickup not available. Add to list. Add to registry. Less known are the great albums made by the reconstituted Pentangle between This double CD brings together the highlights from this Pentangle line-up; Their final studio album, the epic 'One More Road', with their swansong, 'Live '. These discs capture the band performing old favorites and overlooked gems with a fantastic new energy.
Both CDs have been digitally re-mastered and are now reissued together on CD for the first time, with the full agreement of the band.
The accompanying 20 page booklet features extensive liner notes, including interviews with the band, plus an additional note by Jacqui McShee, lyrics to many of the featured tracks and rare band photos. About This Item. We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it.
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It's easy and quick! The original line-up, which was unchanged throughout the band's first incarnation —was: Jacqui McShee vocals ; John Renbourn vocals and guitar ; Bert Jansch vocals and guitar ; Danny Thompson double bass ; and Terry Cox drums.
The name Pentangle was chosen to represent the five members of the band, and is also the device on Sir Gawain's shield in the Middle English poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight which held a fascination for Renbourn. The following June, all five original members embarked on a twelve-date UK tour. The original group formed in Renbourn and Jansch were already popular musicians on the British folk scene, with several solo albums each and a duet LPBert and John.
Their use of complex inter-dependent guitar parts, referred to as " folk baroque ", had become a distinctive characteristic of their music. They also shared a house in St John's WoodLondon. Jacqui McShee had begun as an unpaid "floor singer" in several of the London folk clubsand then, byran a folk club at the Red Lion in Sutton, Surreyestablishing a friendship with Jansch and Renbourn when they played there.
She sang on Renbourn's Another Monday album and performed with him as a duo, debuting at Les Cousins club in August When I was In My Prime - Pentangle - One More Road & Live 1994 (CD) Thompson and Cox were well known as jazz musicians and had played together in Alexis Korner 's band.
Thompson was well-known to Renbourn through appearances at Les Cousins and working with him on a project for television. Inthe Scottish entrepreneur Bruce Dunnetwho had recently organised a tour for Jansch, set up a Sunday night club for him and Renbourn at the now defunct Horseshoe Hotel in Tottenham Court Road.
Renbourn claims to be the "catalyst" that brought the band together but credits Jansch with the idea "to get the band to play in a regular place, to knock it into shape". Although nominally a 'folk' group, the members shared catholic tastes and influences. McShee had a grounding in traditional music, Cox and Thompson a love of jazzRenbourn a growing interest in early musicand Jansch a taste for blues and contemporaries such as Bob Dylan.
The first public concert by Pentangle was a sell-out performance at the Royal Festival Hallon 27 May Later that year, they undertook a short tour of Denmark — in which they were disastrously billed as a rock'n'roll band — and a short UK tour, organised by Nathan Joseph of Transatlantic Records. By this stage, their association with Bruce Dunnett had ended and, early inthey acquired Jo Lustig as a manager. With his influence, they graduated from clubs to concert halls and from then on, as Colin Harper puts it, "the ramshackle, happy-go-lucky progress of the Pentangle was going to be When I was In My Prime - Pentangle - One More Road & Live 1994 (CD) streamlined machine of purpose and efficiency".
Pentangle signed up with Transatlantic Records and their eponymous debut LP was released in May This all-acoustic album was produced by Shel Talmywho has claimed to have employed an innovative approach to recording acoustic guitars to deliver a very bright "bell-like" sound.
Recordings from that concert formed part of their second album, Sweet Child released in Novembera double LP comprising live and studio recordings. Basket of Lightwhich followed in mid, was their greatest commercial success, thanks to a surprise hit single, "Light Flight" which became popular through its use as theme music for the television series Take Three Girls the BBC's first drama series to be broadcast in colour for which the band also provided incidental music.
It failed to go higher than number 51 When I was In My Prime - Pentangle - One More Road & Live 1994 (CD) the charts. The band returned to a mix of traditional and original material on Reflectionrecorded in March This was received without enthusiasm by the music press. By this time, the strains of touring and of working together as a band were readily apparent. Bill Leaderwho produced the album, said "It seems to me, in retrospect, that each day a different member of the group had decided that this was it: 'Sod this for a game of soldiers, I'm leaving the group!
Transatlantic had apparently concluded that they were within their contractual rights to withhold royalty payments from the Pentangle albums. The last few dates of the tour had to be cancelled owing to Thompson becoming ill. When I was In My Prime - Pentangle - One More Road & Live 1994 (CD) New Year's Day,Jansch decided to leave the band. In the early s, a reunion of the band was planned. By this time, Jansch and Renbourn had re-established their solo careers, McShee had a young family, Thompson was mainly doing session work, and Cox was running a restaurant in Minorca.
The re-formed Pentangle debuted at the Cambridge Folk Festivalbut without a drummer, as Cox had broken his leg in a road accident. They completed a tour of Italy, Australia and some venues in Germany, with Cox initially playing in a wheelchair. Renbourn left the band to pursue a long-term ambition of studying classical music, taking up a place at Dartington College of Arts.
One More Road & Live is a music live recording by THE PENTANGLE (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes One More Road & Live 's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts /5(1). Live is a live album by Pentangle, released in It was reissued along with One More Road on CD in One More Road is a music studio album recording by THE PENTANGLE (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes One More Road's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our /5(3). Hux Records - CD album by folk rock band Pentangle called One More Road & Live Recently honoured for Lifetime Achievement at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, the legendary status of the original Pentangle is beyond question. Less known, though, are the great albums made by the reconstituted Pentangle between Pentangle - One More Road & Live Folk royalty’s final studio set and swansong concert album With guitarist Bert Jansch still a name to be reckoned with, attracting famous fans such as Johnny Marr and Pete Doherty, this timely reissue brings the focus back to his last days with one of the most innovative folk-rock groups of all time. Aug 26, · 05 - When I Was in My Prime - 06 - Meat on the Bone - 07 Pentangle / One More Road & Live YouTube; Pentangle - Folk on Two 10/12/86 - . One More Road & Live (2-CD) by Pentangle - CD () for $ from balnalatelesupprosivadisbere.coinfo Folk - Order by Phone Price: $ When I Was In My Prime Lyrics. 3. Lord More Pentangle albums One More Road & Live Think of Tomorrow. Show all albums by Pentangle. One More Road () Live () Light Flight () Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: Live is a live album by Pentangle, released in It was reissued along with One More Road on CD in Track listing "Bramble Briar" "Sally Free and Easy" "Kingfisher" "Come Back Baby" "When I Was in My Prime" "Meet Genre: Folk, folk rock. Hux's remastered reissue of Pentangle's final two albums—the studio recording One More Road (Permanent, ) and Live (Hypertension, )—as a two-CD set is a reminder that this latter-day incarnation of Pentangle, also featuring bassist Nigel Portman-Smith, guitarist Paul Kirtley and drummer Gerry Conway (an alumnus of both Fairport and Jethro Tull), was just as .
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