Tag Archives: John Renbourn

We Can All Learn Some New Guitar Tricks From Petrifidelity. Thanks For The Tab.

As you can probably imagine, I like acoustic guitar music. Almost 99.9 of the albums I have in this genre,  are solo albums, sometimes with additional arrangments, but it’s always a work of one composer and writer. I was always … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Child : Steve Tilston’s Acoustic Confusion

Bert Janch and John Renbourn were the swinging London singer/songwriter movement ambassadors to the world. Hanging around the London Soho and playing constantly in the leading folk club of the time – Les Cousins, they gained reputation as admirable icons … Continue reading

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How Bert Jansch Has Ruined My Life (Or The Day My Bass Guitar Almost Died)

About a year ago, I was addressed by the Jemsite and they asked me to write a piece about my musical influences. So I did. And here it is: —– It was a cold morning in Camden Market, when I … Continue reading

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