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Bert Jansch - Bert Jansch
This album was made in his producer's kitchen with borrowed guitars for £100. Bert sold the album outright and it wasn't until he bought back the rights that he could make any more money out of it. It seems that he didn't mind too much at the time - the chance to make a record was enough, but then he didn't expect it to be selling thirty years later.

Originally released by Transatlantic (TRA 125) in 1965, this is now available on CD with the Jack Orion album as Transatlantic/Demon TDEMCD 14.

1. Strolling Down The Highway (Bert Jansch) 03:03 - the highway is in France. There is a reference to the OAS - a French terrorist group.
2. Smokey River (Bert Jansch) 02:53
3. Oh How Your Love Is Strong (Bert Jansch) 03:35 - written for a very specific person who remains anonymous
4. I Have No Time (Bert Jansch) 03:06
5. Finches (Bert Jansch) 00:47 - 'an impression of the bohemian nightlife of a "ravers pub" of the same name in Soho.
6. Veronica (Bert Jansch) 01:29 - apparently Finches and Veronica were incorrectly labelled on the original vinyl recording.
7. Needle Of Death (Bert Jansch) 03:17 - anti-drugs song that seems as relevant today as it did all those years ago. Bert wrote this after the death of one of his friends, Buck Polly. Neil Young rewrote this song as Ambulance Blues - 'As much much of a great guitar player as Jimi (Hendrix) was, Bert Jansch is the same thing for acoustic guitar. The first record that he made - geat record. I was particularly impressed by 'The Needle Of Death' , this really outrageous, beautiful song. This guy was just so good. Years later I wrote 'Ambulance Blues' for On The Beach, and I picked up the melody from his record - the guitar part exactly - without realising that I had completely copped the whole thing. Years later someone mentioned it to me, and I went back and heard him playing it. Sure enough, it's like a note-for-note cop of his thing... I did meet him once, when I went to England in the early '70's and got together with Pentangle, but I had a big limo and everything because I didn't know where I was going, and they kind of had an attitude about me, like I was a pop superstar and kind of a dickhead...'.

8. Do You Hear Me Now (Bert Jansch) 02:03
9. Rambling (Bert Jansch) 03:15
10. Alices Wonderland (Bert Jansch) 01:44
11. Running From Home (Bert Jansch) 02:22 - around the time that ithis was written Jansch was on his way to being thought of as the British Dylan - but this title eventually went to Donovan. However, the observation and imagery in this track would be quite at home on the finest Dylan albums of the time.
12. Courting Blues (Bert Jansch) 03:58 - written for Bert's first girlfriend - Liz Cruickshanks. Covered by Marianne Faithful.
13. Dreams Of Love (Bert Jansch) 01:41
14. Angie (Davey Graham) 03:10 - The Davey Graham instrumental that inspired so many guitarists including Simon and Garfunkle.

大家留意下:Rod哥首Rolling Down the Highway出自此碟。

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