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Give Me The Time - Bert Jansch - Heartbreak (CD, Album)

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  1. Give Me The Time: And Not A Word Was Said: Curragh Of Kildare: Poor Mouth: Bert Jansch: Heartbreak ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Transatlantic Records, Line Records: TACD O: Sell This Version: HNBL Bert Jansch: Heartbreak ‎ (LP, Album) Hannibal Records: HNBL USA & Canada: Sell This Version /5(2).
  2. Oct 30,  · For me the best "route" would be: Bert Jansch (first album: my Earmark LP has clean surfaces and sounds good, though probably not like the first Transatlantics) Rosemary Lane Bert & John. But I may be in the minority for not liking so much those with what to .
  3. Heartbreak. Bert Jansch 10 tracks Released in Folk, Give Me The Time; Listen full album. View all Bert Jansch albums. The River Sessions. Bert Jansch. 14 tracks. Released in Folk, World, & Country. Tracklist. Build Another Band. I’ve Got A Feeling.
  4. Jun 01,  · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Heartbreak/Live at McCabe's - Bert Jansch on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Heartbreak/Live at McCabe's - Bert Jansch on AllMusic - Give Me the Time. Bert Jansch. Amazon: And Not a Word Was Said. Bert.
  5. Heartbreak Hotel Written-By – Presley*, Axton*, Durden* A2: Sit Down Beside Me Written-By – Jansch* A3: Up To The Stars Written-By – Jansch* A4: Give Me The Time Written-By – Jansch* A5: If I Were A Carpenter Written-By – Tim Hardin: A6: Wild Mountain Thyme Arranged By – Jansch* Written-By – Trad.* 4 /5(9).
  6. Give Me The Time Bert Jansch. And Not A Word Was Said Bert Jansch. Heartbreak is the fourteenth album by Scottish folk musician Bert Jansch, released in When you listen to music on a CD or tracks purchased via consumer services such as iTunes, you are hearing a low-resolution version of what was actually recorded.
  7. That is, the guitar on this album weaves fingerpicked chord progressions to accompany Jansch's vocals while simultaneously playing a guitar melody--like 2 guitars playing at the same time! Jansch's trademark style is dizzying in its fluidity, melodiousness, and originality/5(57).
  8. Time has been kind to Bert Jansch "Heartbreak". When it was released in the early 80s, I thought it was a bit overproduced and slick. It has now been lovingly remastered and I have to admit that it is a forgotten gem (with a few fillers)/5(11).
  9. Recalling the elegant simplicity of Jansch's early works, From The Outside sees Jansch return to the uncomplicated yet supremely effective sound of his eponymous debut. This is Bert laid bare - eschewing the more intricate arrangements of his surrounding works for the holy trinity of guitar, banjo and voice, perhaps reflective of his state of /5(11).

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