Bert jansch lucky thirteen

I’m always open to suggestions for future lessons, but I’d prefer to look at songs that haven’t already been done to death on You Tube (though admittedly I have broken this rule a few times!) And since it’s quite time consuming to put these lessons together, I’ll only do stuff that I really like.

Glenglassaugh 22yo 1984 (%, Exclusive Malts, cask #224, 328 bottles) Colour: amber. Nose: heavy-heavy sherry and heavy-heavy rubber, but not of the sulphurous kind. Also a lot of fresh putty, bitter oranges, gunpowder, burnt matches, tar and, well, rubber again (bicycle inner tube.) Spectacular in its own kind. Starts to develop more on kirschy notes after a moment, the ‘sherriness’ getting more evident. Blackcurrant buds plus quite some camphor and mint. Again, extremely concentrated.

Dogs at Play — Dolenz Jones Boyce & Hart — Don McLean — Don Sanders — Donna Fargo — Doug Dyer — Doug Kershaw — Doug Sahm — Dr. Feelgood — Dr. Hook & Medicine Show — Dragon — Duncan Browne — Dusty Drape & Dusters — Duval Step — Dwight Twilley — . Doggett — Eaglebone Whistle — Earl Scruggs — Eastwood Revue — Easy Money — Eber — Eddie & Martha Atcock — Eddie Harris — Eddie Money — Edgar Winter — Egberto Gismonti — El Molino — El Rancho — El Roacho — Electromagnets — Elizabeth Barraclough — Elliot Leonard — Elvin Bishop — Elvis Costello — Emmylou Harris — Eric Clapton — Eric Johnson — Eric Quincy Tate — Ernie Gammage — Ester Satterfield — Etta James

(*) with John Renbourn , Sue Draheim , and others. (**) with Bert Jansch . (***) includes recordings from 1970–74. (****) with Simeon Jones.

At the Masonic Schools half-term was a midpoint weekend in every trimestre when our parents – more properly the singular form as none of us had fathers – could visit and take us out for the weekend. Saturday morning school finished an hour early – by itself an exquisite relief from routine – and mothers arrived from .

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