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Bert Jansch & Peter Kirtley
1993-08-28 Stansfield, England
Suffolk'n'Good Festival
(aka Strawbs 25th Anniversary Festival)

Line-up ::: Bert Jansch - acoustic guitar, vocals // Peter Kirtley - electric & acoustic guitars, vocals.

01. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer
02. Sally Free & Easy
03. Curragh of Kildaire
04. Meat On The Bone
05. Lily Of The West
06. Kingfisher
07. Come Back Baby
08. Let Me Sing
09. Endless Sky
10. Strollin' Down The Highway

Encore :::
11. A Million Miles (?)

Total Time ::: 54:16

::: EXC, close to P.A., stereo AUD. Check samples for ear fears or appreciation.
::: Warts: Not many! Repaired dullspots & dropouts but surely missed a few.
::: Strawbs, Bert Jansch, Roy Harper, John Martyn & others on the bill.

Recording Information ::: Sony D6, unknown stereo microphone -> master audience TDK SA-90 cassette, Dolby B on.
Playback 2011-08-20 ::: master audience TDK SA-90 cassette on Nakamichi BX-300 cassette deck, Dolby B on, azimuth adjusted for individual tape, heads cleaned & demagnatized -> Tascam CD-RW900SL professional CD recorder -> CD-RW, no track splits -> computer -> EAC secure mode (logs made) -> wav file.
Remastering 2015-09-xx ::: wav -> Audacity [normalisation to remove DC offset, channel/phase alignment, fades, manual one-at-a-time glitch, bump, pop, click, dropout & dullspot repairs, volume adjustments, -2.1% averaged pitch (speed) fix with single pass per segment after frequency analysis & with pitchpipe verification, NO equalisation] -> CD Wave (track splits) -> flacs (Trader's Little Helper) -> yr ears. First uploaded week of 2015-09-26.

Nothing here ever commercially released to my knowledge. If I'm wrong, please advise & I'll take the offending trax offline.
DimeTravel 198 ::: Thanks to the original taper, meself, and The Man In The Palace for lending me the recording equipment! ::: Corrections welcome :::
This is excellent. Aside from 2 short radio broadcasts I've put up, this is one of the only duo recordings of these guys & it's a full set, excellent quality & the playing is fantastic - plus they seem in good spirits. I think this is one of the clearest examples around of what they can do tgether on guitar. If anyone has any other recordings of this duo line-up (aside from 1993-03-09 "Jungr & Parker" show FM & 1993-12-09 "David Freeman's Blues&Boogie Show" FM) please do share them. I thought it was a shame when these two fell out, I enjoy Kirtley's playing & find it complements Bert's just fine, especially on the electric guitar. Anyway, a nice event in the English countryside. It seemed much like it must have been 20 years before in the British summer folkrock festival heydays, especially for line-up. John Martyn & Bert Jansch apparently replaced Rick Wakeman on the bill after he cancelled. The place was not too crowded & the scene was very mellow. A lot of the musicians hung out on the lawn without being hassled. A really fine day, felt like time-travel! Listen, enjoy, show appreciation, share, give, spread peace. Yrs truly, Knees

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