John Renbourn: Palermo Snow – review

John Renbourn: Palermo Snow – review

London : United Kingdom | Feb 24, 2011 at 3:00 PM PST
Source: The Guardian
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John Renbourn was first hailed as an acoustic guitar hero of "folk baroque" in the 60s, thanks to his solo albums and work with Bert Jansch, as a duo and in the Pentangle. Even then, traditional songs were only part of his repertoire, and they don't feature at all in his first... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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  • Album: John Renbourn, Palermo Snow (Shanachie)

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    John Renbourn's first new studio set in 13 years finds him heading slightly off-piste from his usual trad-folk path. Which isn't to say that his guitar-playing is any less accomplished. The fingering and virtuoso touches, the deft harmonics, the...

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