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Palermo Snow

John Renbourn

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Guitarist John Renbourn was a key figure in the ‘60s British folk scene, and later co-founded the excellent folk-rock band, Pentangle. Like his American counterparts, John Fahey and Sandy Bull, Renbourn drew inspiration from several kinds of music, including the classical-guitar tradition and deep blues. He’s recorded numerous albums since then, and 2011’s Palermo Snow is a pleasing and mellow affair. The opening title cut features the entrancing fingerpicking and flowing sense of harmony that typically mark his work. The track features the album’s only guest artist, clarinetist Dick Lee, who also appears on three other cuts. Another original, “Ugly James,” is a sort of modernized rag; it’s followed by “Sarabande,” an arrangement of a piece by Erik Satie. One of the album’s laid-back delights is a moody take on the jazz pianist Randy Weston’s “Little Niles.” Renbourn isn’t afraid to take on well-worn classics of any type: Palermo Snow includes a version of Bach’s Cello Prelude in C as well as the old Vincent Rose chestnut, “Blueberry Hill.” It’s clear that the guitarist feels equally at home with both pieces.

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Fingerstyle guitar master showing his stuff!

John Renbourn has been on the music scene since the 60's and has been playing and writing fingerstyle music that defies typical i-tunes genres. His music is melodic and complex with a mixture of celtic, classical, eastern themes, and jazz influences. I was excited to see a new album as his last album came out about 20 years ago (A Traveler's Prayer). This disc starts with classic Renbourn style pieces. Palermo Snow, Dery Miss Grsk, and Bella Terra feature many of the aforementioned stylistic tendencies. There are some departures with Ugly James sounding like a 40's jazz romp with the guitar accompanying a sultry clarinet. Little Niles follows suit with what sounds like a bass clarinet on this eastern influenced piece. Blueberry Hill wraps things up starting with a lilting cowboy style arrangement and then modulating into something a little more funky. It's nice to hear some new music from John and if you aren't familiar with his catalogue try Nine Maidens or The Black Balloon...You will not be disappointed


Nacido/a: Torquay, England, 08 de agosto de 1944

Género: Cantautores

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Guitarist John Renbourn is one of the fathers of contemporary British folk music and is one of the finest fingerstyle players in the world. Renbourn was a founder of the seminal group Pentangle, and his music fuses British and Celtic folk...
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