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Name:Pentangle Cruel Sister 1970 & Reflection 1971 + HR art EAC FLAC

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Cruel Sister (Size: 531.59 MB) (Files: 36)

 Cruel Sister

  05. Jack Orion.flac

109.24 MB

  04. Cruel Sister.flac

37.88 MB

  01. A Maid That's Deep In Love.flac

32.95 MB

  03. Lord Franklin.flac

16.07 MB

  02. When I was In My Prime.flac

15.05 MB

  Inside Cover.jpg

9.77 MB

  Outside Cover.jpg

9.08 MB

  2.jpg

4.94 MB

  4.jpg

4.86 MB

  3.jpg

4.84 MB

  1.jpg

4.17 MB

  Inside Tray.jpg

3.09 MB

  Outside Tray.jpg

2.45 MB

  Disc.jpg

1.72 MB

  Cruel Sister.log

2.70 KB

  Pentangle - Cruel Sister 1970.txt

1.80 KB

 Reflection

  08. Reflection.flac

71.18 MB

  04. When I Get Home.flac

29.07 MB

  05. Rain And Snow.flac

27.42 MB

  07. So Clear.flac

27.29 MB

  03. Will The Circle Be Unbroken .flac

25.72 MB

  02. Omie Wise.flac

25.19 MB

  06. Helping Hand.flac

20.51 MB

  01. Wedding Dress.flac

18.39 MB

  Cover.jpg

4.19 MB

  Pages 3 & 4.jpg

4.15 MB

  Pages 9 & 10.jpg

4.01 MB

  Pages 7 & 8.jpg

3.99 MB

  Pages 1 & 2.jpg

3.95 MB

  Pages 5 & 6.jpg

3.93 MB

  Outside Tray.jpg

2.68 MB

  Inside Tray.jpg

2.39 MB

  Disc.jpg

1.44 MB

  Reflection.log

3.47 KB

  Pentangle - Reflection 1971.txt

1.27 KB

 Torrent downloaded from www.Demonoid.com.txt

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Pentangle - Cruel Sister 1970 & Reflection 1971 + HR art EAC FLAC
Here are the last in my series of Pentangle uploads. They are remastered but no bonus tracks. Cruel Sister was my first exposure to Pentangle. I'm a sucker for whole album side tracks. That told me all I needed to know about a band. I wasn't disappointed very often. This was no exception. I was hooked on the first listen.

Pentangle - Cruel Sister 1970

Review by Ronnie Lankford, Jr.
Originally released in 1970, this was the fourth release from the British folk-rock group Pentangle and may qualify as their swan song. With only five songs, Jacqui McShee, Bert Jansch, John Renbourn, Terry Cox, and Danny Thompson create a dense, layered sound that is woven within the fabric of each song like a tapestry. Although known for their eclectic approach and love of jazz, here the group concentrates on traditional material like "A Maid That's Deep in Love" and the 18-minute "Jack Orion." A Pentangle fan will immediately note that John Renbourn is playing an electric guitar on "A Maid That's Deep in Love." This departure from purely acoustic doesn't create a bigger Fairport Convention or Steeleye Span sound but is imbedded quietly into the song. What really sets both this song and "When I Was in My Prime" apart is McShee's clear, vibrant vocals. On "When I Was in My Prime," she sings unaccompanied, proving that her talent runs as deep as the better-known Jansch and Renbourn. The seven-minute title cut also features McShee singing an absolutely lovely ballad with darker undertones. Jansch sings the enjoyable though straightforward "Lord Franklin." The crowning jewel of this masterpiece is the epic "Jack Orion," though one has difficulty imagining what possessed Pentangle to record a folk song that took up an entire side of an album. Jansch shares vocals with McShee on this multiple part song, and generous time is left for Renbourn to turn in a bluesy, then jazzy, electric solo. Cruel Sister shows Pentangle at their artistic height, combining all of their skill and inspiration to create a vital and enduring album.

Track List:
01. A Maid That's Deep In Love
02. When I was In My Prime
03. Lord Franklin
04. Cruel Sister
05. Jack Orion

Pentangle - Reflection 1971

Review by Matthew Greenwald
The Pentangle were always great at creating musical fusions, and on this album, they once again came through. The opening song, "Wedding Dress," is a fabulous meeting of Celtic, country, and, believe it or not, funk. It's one of the few songs of theirs that actually rocks. The rest of the record is classic Pentangle, with Bert Jansch's and John Renbourne's acoustic guitars intermingling so well that it would make even Neil Young and Stephen Stills a little envious. Jacqui McShee, as usual, has some exquisite vocal moments, namely the previously mentioned "Wedding Dress" and an excellent reading of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken." This track shows how the group was further exploring new musical ground, this time with traditional American folk/gospel. The group's rhythm section of Danny Thompson (upright bass/cello) and Terry Cox (percussion) -- easily one of the most inventive on the planet -- shines on every cut, creating solid ground for Renbourne, McShee, and Jansch to do their high-wire act on vocals and guitar. One of their finest all-around albums.

Track List:
01. Wedding Dress
02. Omie Wise
03. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
04. When I Get Home
05. Rain And Snow
06. Helping Hand
07. So Clear
08. Reflection


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