Bert Jansch
Artist

Bert Jansch

Music genres

Folk: Ethnic (672 )       Folk (0 )      

Albums
54

Biography

Bert Jansch (birth name Herbert Jansch) is a Scottish folk, rock and jazz music artist. He was born on 3 November 1943, in Glasgow, Scotland. He gained popularity in the early 1970s as a founding member of the folk rock, and jazz-folk band Pentangle. His music has influenced many well-known artists such as Johnny Marr, Bernard Butler, Jimmy Page, Ian Anderson, Nick Drake, Donovan, Neil Young and Don Deere. He is also often considered as one of the most influential guitarist of the decades. He achieved mainstream success as a solo artist in the mid-1960 with his breakthrough album, Jack Orion, which included a guest appearance of the guitarist John Renbourn. It also received very good reviews from critics and contained several singles such as "The Waggoner's Lad", "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face", "Jack Orion", "The Gardener" and "Nottamun Town". Now, you may download Bert Jansch's breakthrough album, Jack Orion, in mp3 from our site.

 

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