Wednesday, October 5, 2011

the infinity of nothingness


- bert jansch - bert jansch - transatlantic - 1965
- bert jansch - it don't bother me - transatlantic - 1965
- bert jansch - jack orion - transatlantic - 1966
- bert jansch and john renbourn - bert and john - transatlantic - 1966
- bert jansch - nicola - transatlantic - 1967
- bert jansch - birthday blues - transatlantic - 1969
- bert jansch - rosemary lane - transatlantic - 1971
- bert jansch - moonshine - reprise - 1973
- bert jansch - l.a. turnaround - charisma - 1974
- bert jansch - the black swan - drag city - 2006

- pentangle - the pentangle - transatlantic records - 1968
- pentangle - sweet child - transatlantic records - 1968
- pentangle - basket of light - transatlantic records - 1969
- pentangle - cruel sister - transatlantic records - 1970
- pentangle - reflection - transatlantic records - 1971
- pentangle - solomon's seal - reprise records - 1972
- pentangle - lost broadcasts: 1968-1972 - hux records - 2004
- pentangle - the time has come: 1967-1973 - sanctuary records - 2007

- bert jansch - dazzling stranger: bert jansch and the british folk and blues revival (colin harper) - bloomsbury - 2000/2006

so early in the spring
a flower dances in my heart
where love was not before
for you i sing my song of love
and lowly bow

of love and lullaby

bert jansch (3 november 1943 - 5 october 2011), along with miles davis and teo macero, the biggest influence on our forthcoming 1969 record on invisible birds, sad to see him go.
nothing, if not.., above everything

(here are some recordings we have all enjoyed here at the art of memory)

5 comments:

the art of memory said...

entries infrequent because we are working hard to get our new record out, which has just been mastered and is getting cut this week and manufactured next week.
more news on that soon.

the art of memory said...

found many good "nothings" in the oed, will post some more at a later point, nothing/ingenting as used by bergman and nykvist with its many levels of meaning

Makropoulos said...

good luck on your new album. Checked it out and it sounds very interesting indeed. Thanks too on the tip about Bert Jansch - a sad loss, a wonderful musician.

the art of memory said...

thanks.
very sad about jansch, he was really something

RichardJ said...

Thanks for sharing.

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