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Another Monday
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Album: Another Monday
# Song Title   Time
1)    Another Monday
2)    Ladye Nothinge's Toye Puffe
3)    I Know My Babe
4)    Waltz
5)    Lost Lover Blues
6)    One for William
7)    Buffalo
8)    Sugar Babe
9)    Debbie Anne
10)    Can't Keep from Crying
11)    Day at the Seaside
12)    Nobody's Fault But Mine
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel includes: John Renbourn (guitar); Jacque McShee (vocals); Jennifer
  • De Montforte-Jones (cello).
  • Recorded in London, England in 1966. Includes liner notes by Colin Harper.
  • This is the famed second solo album from seminal British folk guitarist and former Pentangle member John Renbourn. ANOTHER MONDAY contains three songs featuring the shimmering vocals of Pentangle chanteuse Jacqui McShee, "Lost Lover Blues," "Can't Keep Crying," and "Nobody's Fault But Mine." This 12-song album is a folk-rock essential.
  • Liner Note Author: Colin Harper.
  • Renbourn's second album was very much in character with many of the records he would release throughout the rest of his career, the only difference being that his approach here was perhaps somewhat more tentative. The guitar playing is not tentative; it's excellent folk-blues, virtuosic but full of heart and imagination, and open to other influences from jazz and world music, though not as much so as he would be in many subsequent efforts. The vocals (when he takes them; some tracks are instrumental) are more perfunctory, but they don't detract from the performances. His inclination toward early music is evident on "Ladye Nothinge's Toye Puffe" and "One for William," the latter of which also features oboe. More typically, though, he drifted into the blues idiom, two of the standouts being his interpretation of the oft-covered "I Know My Babe" (more frequently titled "I Know You Rider" when recorded by other artists) and his bottleneck playing on "Nobody's Fault but Mine." For Pentangle fans, the album is especially interesting for the recording debut of Jacqui McShee as accompanying vocalist on three numbers, although her singing is far more subordinate and less assertive than it would be in Pentangle. The album's biggest flaw, actually, is its short running time of a mere 28 minutes, with seven of the 12 pieces clocking in under the two-minute barrier. ~ Richie Unterberger
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