The Hermit is the 1976 solo album by British folk musician John Renbourn. On this release, Renbourn drew from lute and harp sources, and pieces from Turlough O'Carolan such as O'Carolan's Concerto transcribed for guitar. The Lamentation Of Owen Roe O'Neill is featured in Francis O'Neill's Music of Ireland from 1903. Lord Inchiquin was collected in Edward Bunting's manuscripts currently residing at Queen's University Belfast.
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The Hermit (LP, Album). Transatlantic Records. The Hermit (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM).
Written-By – John James (2) (tracks: 2, 13), John Renbourn (tracks: 1 to 5, 8 to 10), Turlough O'Carolan (tracks: 7). Notes.
John Renbourn's first post-Pentangle (or nearly post-Pentangle) solo album, joined briefly by fellow guitarist Dominique Trepeau and featuring further contributions by John James, is one of his most beautiful recordings, and also among his most spare guitar instrumentals. Some of the material is drawn from lute and harp sources, and it is ear-opening to hear some of the more familiar pieces among the latter (such as "O'Carolan's Concerto") transcribed for guitar, but Renbourn isn't above adapting themes from television commercials, either.
Tracklist: 1. The Hermit, 2. John’s Tune, 3. Little Alice, 4. Old Mac Bladgitt, 5. Faro’s Rag, 6. Caroline’s Tune, 7. Three Pieces By O’ Carolan, 8. The Lamentation Of Owen Roe O’ Neill, 9. Lord Inchiquin, 10. Mrs. Power (O’ Carolan’s Concerto), 11. The Princess And The Puddings, 12. Pavanna (Anna Bannana), 13. A Toye, 14. Lord Willoughby’s Welcome Home.
The Hermit is a music studio album recording by JOHN RENBOURN (Prog Related/Progressive Rock) released in 1976 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Hermit Extra tracks · Remastered Castle Music Uk 2004.
The Hermit" Track Info. The Hermit John Renbourn.
Listen free to John Renbourn – The Hermit (Medley: A Toye, Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home, Three Pieces by O'Carolan: The Lamentation of Owen Roe O'Neil, Lord Inchiquin, Mrs. Power (O'Carolan's Concerto) and more). John Renbourn’s first post-Pentangle (or nearly post-Pentangle) solo album, joined briefly by fellow guitarist Dominique Trepeau and featuring further contributions by John James, is one of his most beautiful recordings, and also among his most spare guitar instrumentals
|A4||Old Mac Bladgitt|
|B1||Three Pieces By O' Carolan|
|B2||The Princess And The Puddings|
|B3||Pavanna (Anna Bannana)|
|B4 a||A Toye|
|B4 b||Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home|
|TRA 336||John Renbourn||The Hermit (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRA 336||UK||1976|
|BELLE162637||John Renbourn||The Hermit (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM)||Belle Antique||BELLE162637||Japan||2016|
|TRAL 5336||John Renbourn||The Hermit (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRAL 5336||Italy||1976|
|CMRCD990||John Renbourn||The Hermit (CD, Album, RE, RP)||Castle Music||CMRCD990||UK||Unknown|
|TRA 89535||John Renbourn||The Hermit (LP, Album)||Transatlantic Records||TRA 89535||France||1976|