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Bert Jansch
Этого артиста, оказавшего влияние на Джимми Пэйджа, Нила Янга, Ноэля Галлахера и многих других, зачастую называют шотландским Бобом Диланом, хотя такое сравнение является некорректным. Ведь если творчество Дилана строилось на текстовой основе, то для Дженша первичной всегда была музыка. Герберт Дженш родился 3 ноября 1943 года в Глазго, но свои юные годы провел в Эдинбурге. В подростковом возрасте Берт обзавелся гитарой и начал похаживать в местный фолк-клуб. Там он познакомился с Арчи Фишером и… Читать полностью... Этого артиста, оказавшего влияние на Джимми Пэйджа, Нила Янга, Ноэля Галлахера и многих других, зачастую называют шотландским Бобом Диланом, хотя такое сравнение является некорректным. Ведь если творчество Дилана строилось на текстовой основе, то для Дженша первичной всегда была музыка. Герберт Дженш родился 3 ноября 1943 года в Глазго, но свои юные годы провел в Эдинбурге. В подростковом возрасте Берт обзавелся гитарой и начал похаживать в местный фолк-клуб. Там он познакомился с Арчи Фишером и Джилл Дойл, которые ввели парня в мир музыки Пита Сигера, Брауни МакЖи и Вуди Гатри. Вскоре Берт сам начал сочинять песни и выступать с ними в различных фолк-клубах. Помотавшись по Англии два года, Дженш отправился путешествовать в Европу, где зарабатывал на жизнь уличными концертами и случайными выступлениями в кафе и барах. В середине 60-х музыкант перебрался в Лондон, где фолк-движение было на подъеме. К тому времени Берт выработал свой уникальный стиль, собравший воедино фолковые, блюзовые и джазовые элементы, и поэтому артиста охотно принимали такие клубы как "Marquee", "100 Club" и "Les Cousins". Как-то раз Дженш познакомился со звукоинженером и продюсером Биллом Лидером, и тот записал его музыку прямо на домашний бобинный магнитофон. Пленка была продана за 100 фунтов небольшому фолк-лейблу "Transatlantic Records", который на ее основе весной 1965 года выпустил альбом "Bert Jansch". Благодаря отличным композициям и особенно инновационной технике игры Берта пластинка произвела сенсацию и стала образцом для подражания легионам других гитаристов. За "Bert Jansch" последовали еще два альбома, "It Don't Bother Me" и знаменитый "Jack Orion" на которых Дженш продолжил осваивать новый подход к исполнению традиционных фолк-баллад. Одну из композиций с "Jack Orion" ("Blackwaterside") впоследствии позаимствовали "Led Zeppelin", переделав ее название на "Black Mountain Side". В записи обоих вышеупомянутых альбомов участвовал гитарист Джон Ренбоурн, с которым в 1966 году Берт выпустил совместную пластинку "Bert and John". Немного погодя с помощью Ренбоурна Дженш организовал группу "Pentagle", в которую также вошли Джеки МакШи, Терри Кокс и Дэнни Томпсон. Несмотря на коммерческий успех команды и ее доминирующее значение для самого музыканта, Берт успевал параллельно выпускать и сольники. Так, например альбом "Rosemary Lane", сделанный в тот период поклонники Дженша считают одной из лучших его работ. После распада "Pentagle" музыкант сосредоточился на сольной карьере и выпускал диски относительно регулярно. Из позднего творчества музыканта можно выделить такие наиболее удачные работы как "A Rare Conundrum" и чисто инструментальный диск "Avocet". В конце 70-х Берт обзавелся собственным магазином по продаже гитар, а в 80-х принимал участие в реюнионах "Pentagle". В начале нового тысячелетия концертная активность артиста несколько снизилась, однако это лишь подогревало интерес к творчеству Дженша и компенсировалось переизданием его бэк-каталога на CD. Свое 60-летний юбилей Берт отметил аншлаговым выступлением в лондонском "Queen Elizabeth Hall". Скрыть...
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  • Standard Tuning
    3/4 Time
    
    The song is made up of these seperate movements. You should be able to work out
    how they slot together without too much difficulty.
    
    
    1
    
    I----------0-------------I----------3-----2p0----I----------0------------I----------3-----2p0-I
    I----------1-------------I----------3------------I----------1------------I----------3---------I
    I------2-------2-----2---I--------0---0----------I------2-------2-----2--I--------0---0-------I
    I-----------------2------I----3/5---------4------I-----------------2-----I----3/5---------4---I
    I--0---------------------I-----------------------I--0--------------------I--------------------I
    I------------------------I-----------------------I-----------------------I--------------------I
    
    2
    
    I---------0--------------I-----------0------------I-----------3------------I
    I---------1--------------I-----------0------------I-----------0------------I
    I-----2------2-------0---I-------0------0----0----I-------0-------0----0---I
    I----------------3/5-----I----2------------0------I------------------0-----I
    I--0---------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I------------------------I------------------------I---3--------------------I
    
    
    3
    
    
    I---------0------------I--------3-----2p0----I----------0------------I---------3----------I
    I---------1------------I--------3------------I----------1------------I---------0----------I
    I-----2-------2-----2--I------0---0----------I------2-------2-----2--I-----0-------0----0-I
    I----------------2-----I--3/5---------4------I-----------------2-----I----------------0---I
    I-0--------------------I---------------------I--0--------------------I--------------------I
    I----------------------I---------------------I-----------------------I--3-----------------I
    
    
    I---------2-----------I-------0--------------I---------0-------------I--------3-------------I
    I---------3-----------I-------1--------------I---------0-------------I--------0-------------I
    I-----4------4-----4--I----2-----2------0----I------0-----0------0---I-----0-----0----------I
    I---------------4-----I-------------3/5------I---2------------0------I----------------------I
    I-2-------------------I-0--------------------I-----------------------I-------------0h1p0h2p-I
    I---------------------I----------------------I-----------------------I--3-------------------I…
  • Drop D Tuning
    DADGBE
    
    To play this you need to do a steady base alternating between the two
    open D strings with your thumb and pick the melody out with your fingers.
    At least thats the standard way to play it.
    
    
    Intro
    
    I--------------------------I-0h1p0h1p0h1-------------I
    I-1h3p1h3p1h3--------3-----I-------------------3-----I
    I-------------2------------I-------------2-----------IPlay…
  • Tuning: DADGAD
    Capo: 3rd fret
    
    This is a really beautiful tune on what I think is one of Berts best albums. It's pretty
    straightforward, in DADGAD tuning but listen to the recording for the timing - there are
    a couple of…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 1st fret
    
    This is a nice little number and reasonably easy to play; there are various fingering
    possibilities you could use as an alternative to some of these, for example the D minor
    and A minor riffs…
  • Tuning: DADGAD
    Capo: 5th fret
    
    Another classic Bert tune! It's quite simple to play and the alternate bars of 4/4 then
    5/4 come quite naturally. I'm pretty sure it's in DADGAD though I've seen it tabbed
    differently in drop…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    This is a fine example of Berts recent offerings and features electric guitar, percussion
    and harmonica. But it's also great with just guitar and vocals. Here I've tabbed the verse,
    chorus, instrumental and…
  • Tuning: DADGBE
    Capo: 4th Fret
    
    From Berts 1st album, this is a pretty straightforward alternating bass 
    picking pattern but sounds great. Here I've tabbed the intro and the 
    verse; Bert gives it some slight variation in…
  • For this tab I have included timings along the top- so if a note apears
    under the 2, for example, then that note is played on the second beat of
    that bar.  Along the bottom I have included some fingering for the right
    hand:
    
    p=thumb
    i=index
    m=middle
    
    The…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    
    This tune is played out (and I've tabbed it) in alternate bars of 4 then 3, but you could
    choose to think of it as 7 beats. The rhythm is a dotted 8th swing feel (listen the the
    record). Watch out for triplet…
  • Tuning: DADGAD
    Capo: 2nd fret
    
    This is probably one of Berts finest guitar arrangements and has eluded me for some time.
    He really sounds like he's playing a 12 string but he's not - it's just his genius use of
    octaves,…
  • Tuning: DADGBE (dropped D, tuned down slightly on recording)
    
    This amazingly beautiful song proves that Bert is as good as he ever was; I've tabbed
    the whole tune note for note (as best I could) because he does show much…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    A really powerful tune when sung, this one. It's pretty straightforward and in 4/4 but
    watch out for the occasional bar of 2/4. The asterisks are a guide. As usual work with
    the recording to capture some…
  • Tuning: DADGAD (detuned a semitone on recording)
    
    This tune is really simple to play but notice the bar of 6/4 before the 
    verse kicks in. As usual there are a number of furher possibilities for 
    fingering; I'm pretty sure…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 3rd fret
    
    Pretty straightforward alternating bass piece this one; I've tabbed the intro and 
    the first verse but there is slight variation between verses. Twang those notes as 
    hard as you can!…
  • Tuning: DADGBE (drop D)
    Capo: 4th Fret
    
    This is from Berts self-titled first album of 1965. It features his classic 
    trademark picking pattern and is an ideal tune for beginner pickers to learn 
    as well as being a great…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 2nd fret
    
    Berts take on She Moved Through The Fair - really haunting. Really great sounding guitar.
    This is quite easy to play - I've only tabbed out the intro before he starts singing as
    the rest of…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 1st fret
    
    I tabbed this from the Live at the 12 Bar album but it's basically the same on Downunder
    except that version has bass. This is straightforward to play. Bert shows slight variation
    from verse…
  • Tuning: DADGAD
    Capo: 1st fret
    
    Berts take on the classic murder ballad is full of energy and utilizes the classic
    alternating bass pattern. Like Jack Orion, the guitar part is hard to catch in places as
    the vocals and Renbourns…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    I think this is one of Berts easiest tunes to play technically, and is very 
    nice on the ears. Here I've tabbed out the intro, a typical verse and the 
    chorus but there is much minor variation throughout…
  • Tuning: DADGAD (detuned a semitone on recording)
    
    This is one of Berts best songs, an absolute gem; Bert at his finest. Play 
    it gently. Watch out for the rhythm and timing, the bars are of differing 
    lengths and particularly…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 3rd Fret
    
    
    This is pretty straightforward to play though watch for the timing; there 
    are bars of 2/4, 3/4 and 4/4. The asterisks are a guide to the beats. Notice 
    the repeats on the intro and the first…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    This tune is one of Berts nicest arrangements, to compliment some of the most beautiful lyrics ever 
    written, by Dave Goulder. The recording has some really nice harp on it, but it sounds fantastic 
    with…
  • Standard Tuning
    Capo 3rd fret
    
    
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I--------------0---------I--0----------0----------I--------------1---------I------------1-----------I
    I----------0-------0-----I-----0-----------0------I------0------------0----I------0-----------0-----I
    I-------5-------------5--I--------5----------5/3--I----------3-----------3-I---------3------------3-I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I-2/3----------3---------I--3------------3--------I--3--------------3------I--3------------3--------I
    
    
    
    
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I--------------0---------I--0----------0----------I--------------1---------I------------1-----------I
    I----------0-------0-----I-----0-----------0------I------0------------0----I------0-----------0-----I
    I-------5-------------5--I--------5----------5/3--I----------3-----------3-I---------3------------3-I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I-2/3----------3---------I--3------------3--------I--3--------------3------I--3------------3--------I
    
    
    
    
    I------------------------I-1----------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I------------0----3------I-----------------0------I--------------0---------I------------1-----------I
    I-----0----------------0-I---------0--------------I------0-------------0---I-----0-------------0----I
    I---------5----------0---I------3-------------3---I----------------------0-I---------3------------3-I
    I------------------------I------------------------I-----------------2------I------------------------I
    I-2/3-----------3--------I-3-----------3----------I--3-------3-------------I--3-------------3-------I
    
    
    
    
    I------------------------I------------------------I--1---------------------I------------------------I
    I------------1-----------I------------0-----3-----I-----------------0------I-----------0------------I
    I-----0-------------0----I------0---------------0-I-----------0------------I-----0------------0-----I
    I--------3-------------3-I---------5----------0---I--------3------------3--I---------------------0--I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I--------------2---------I
    I-3-------------3--------I-2/3------------3-------I--3-----------3---------I--3-----3---------------I
    
    
    
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I------------1-----------I-----------1------------I------------0-----------I------------0-----------I
    I-----0-------------0----I-----0-----------0------I-----0------------0-----I-----0------------0-----I
    I---------3------------3-I--------3-----------3---I---------5-----------5--I---------5----------5/3-I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I--3------------3--------I--3-----------3---------I-2/3-----------3--------I--3------------3--------I
    
    
    
    I------------------------I-----------1------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I-----------1------------I------------------3-----I------------3-----------I-----------3------------I
    I-----0-----------0------I-----0------------------I------0-----------0-----I-----0------------0-----I
    I--------3-----------3---I--------5------------0--I---------3-----------3--I--------3------------3--I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I--3-----------3---------I--3-----------3---------I--3------------3--------I--3------------3--------I
    
    
    
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I------------0-----------I------------0-----------I-----------1------------I-----------1------------I
    I------0-----------0-----I------0-----------0-----I-----0----------0-------I-----0-----------0------I
    I---------5-----------5--I---------5----------5/3-I--------3----------3----I--------3-----------3---I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I-2/3-----------3--------I--3------------3--------I--3----------3----------I--3----------3----------I
    
    
    
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I-------------0----------I-----------0------------I-----------1------------I-----------1------------I
    I------0-----------0-----I----0------------0------I-----0-----------0------I-----0-----------0------I
    I---------5-----------5--I--------5----------5/3--I--------3-----------3---I--------3-----------3---I
    I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I-2/3------------3-------I--3-----------3---------I--3-----------3---------I--3-----------3---------I
    
    
    This…
  • Tuning: DADGBE (dropped D)
    
    I've tabbed the live version of this as I don't have any other version. I don't even know
    which of his albums it's on! It's a really great tune though and simple to play. Although
    this tab looks…
  • Tuning: DADGBE
    Capo: 2nd fret
    
    
    This really nice song was originally released on When The Circus Comes To Town which I haven't
    got yet so here's the live version. It's pretty easy to play; watch for the bar of 4 on the
    instrumental.…
  • Intro, verse 1 accompaniment and break
    as appears on Rosemary Lane, Reprise 6455, 1971
    
    Tuning D-modal (DADGAd), capo 5 to play with record.
    
    Intro:
    
    1               2                 3
    D-0---0---------|-----0-----------|-----0---------|
    A-5---5---------|-----5-----------|-----5---------|
    G-2-----2-------|---2---2-0h2p0---|---2---2-------|
    D-0-----------0-|-0-------------3-|-0-----------0-|
    A---------0h3---|-----------------|---------0h3---|
    D---------------|-----------------|---------------|…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    OK this must qualify officialy as Berts easiest song to play; all
    you need are these 4 bars to repeat through the whole tune. And yet 
    it's still a great song! Great practice for beginner pickers.....
    Use…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 3rd Fret
    
    This pretty little song is a doddle to play. I've tabbed out the intro - which is the
    same as the verse - the second section and the ending. You will find very slight
    variations from verse…
  • Tuning: DADGBE (dropped D)
    Capo: 5th Fret
    
    Amazing tune but a real pain to transcribe! There are bars of 2,3,4,5 and 6; the
    asterisks let you know how many beats. You will have to work closely with the record to
    capture…
  • Standard Tuning
    Capo 4th fret
    
    
    
    I---------0--------0--------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I---2-----------3--------1--I-----------1-------0----I------2--------2---2----I
    I------------1--------------I----2----2------2-----2-I------2--------2---2----I
    I--------------------0------I-------0-----------0----I------2--------2---2----I
    I---3b4---0-----2-----------I------------------------I---0-----0--------------I
    I-0-------------------------I-2------------2---------I------------0--------0--I
    
    
    
    I---------0--------0--------I------------------------I------------------------I
    I---2-----------3--------1--I-----------1-------0----I------2--------2---2-2--I
    I------------1--------------I----2----2------2-----2-I------2--------2---2----I
    I--------------------0------I-------0-----------0----I------2--------2---2----I
    I---3b4---0-----2-----------I------------------------I---0-----0--------------I
    I---------------------------I-2------------2---------I------------0-----------I
    
    
    I-----5-----------0-----2I--------------2h3p2p0----I--------0--------0--------I
    I--7--------8------------I-----3-------------------I--2-----------3-------2---I
    I------------------------I-----------2-------------I-----------1----------2---I
    I------------------------I----------------------0--I--------------------0-----I
    I--0-----0-----0-----0---I--0-----0-----0----------I--3b4---0-----2-----------I
    I------------------------I------------------------0I--------------------------I
    
    
    I------------------------I-------------------------I------------------------I
    I------------------------I-----------2-----2-------I-----------5-----5------I
    I-----2-p0--2-----2-----2I-----------4-----4-------I-----------3-----3------I
    I-----2-----------2------I-----3-------------------I-----4----------------0hI
    I--0-----0-----0-----0---I--4-----0-----0-----4----I--4-----0-----0-----4---I
    I------------------------I-----------------------0-I------------------------I
    
    
    I--------0--------0---------I---------------------------I
    I-----------3b4-------------I---------------------------I
    I--------------------0h1p0--I--0h1p0--0h1p0---0h1p0-----I
    I--2--2--------------------2I---------------------------I
    I---------------------------I-------2-------2-------2---I
    I--0-----0-----0-----0------I--0------0-------0-------0-I
    I---------------------------I---------------------------I
    
    This…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    A really nice little ditty this one and easy to play, too. There are 
    actually many ways to finger this, I tabbed it as it sounds played to me on 
    the recording. But experiment with the fingers and frets…
  • Standard Tuning
    Capo 3rd Fret
    
    
    1|-------------------------|--------------------------|--------------------------|--------------------------|
    2|--------0H1--0-----------|--0H1---0-----------------|--------0H1---0-----------|--0H1---0-----------------|
    3|-----2-----2----------2--|-----2-----------------0H-|--2--2-----2--------------|-----2------------------0H|
    4|-------------------------|-----------------2--------|-----------------------2--|-----------------2--------|
    5|--0-----0----------------|--------------------------|--0-----0-----------------|--------------------------|
    6|-------------3-----3-----|--1-----1-----0-----0-----|--------------3-----3-----|--1-----1-----0-----0-----|…
  • Tuning: DADGAD
    Capo: 3rd fret
    
    An absolute classic tune and a great story. It was pretty hard to tab this 
    because the guitar is quite hard to hear and then you've got Renbourn 
    playing lead over the top to make it even…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    Short and sweet this one, but beautifully haunting and full of atmosphere. 
    It's also really easy to play and makes for a great right hand picking 
    exercise! There are are number of ways you can pick it;…
  • (This song was originally done by Jackson C Frank)
    
    Standard Tuning
    Capo 4th fret
    
    
    Main Riff
    
    
    I-----------------------I----------------------I-----------------------I----------------------I
    I---------------------0-I-1-------0------------I---------------------0-I-1-------0------------I
    I--------2------2-------I--------------2-----2-I--------2------2-------I--------------2-----2-I
    I-----2-------------2---I-----2-----------2----I-----2-------------2---I-----2-----------2----I
    I-0---------------------I----------------------I-0---------------------I----------------------I
    I------------3----------I-1-------3------------I------------3----------I-1-------3------------I
    
    
    Chorus
    
    I-----------------------I--0--------------------I------------------------I--0-----------------I
    I-1--------------1------I----------1------------I--0------0---0----------I--0-----------------I
    I--------2--------------I-----------------2-----I---------0---0----------I--0-----------------I
    I-----2-------------2---I------2--------------2-I------0--0---0--0-------I--2-----------------I
    I-0----------0----------I--0----------0---------I------------------------I--2-----------------I
    I-----------------------I-----------------------I--3---------------------I--0-----------------I…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 3rd Fret
    
    
    This is another really easy one to play and great for beginner Bert fans.
    Here I've tabbed the intro and a typical verse but he shows slight 
    variation between verses so check the recording.…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    This tune is played with a dotted 8th feel. As usual, Bert displays a little variation
    here and there so listen to the recording if you want to get it down note for note. I
    have divided the tab into 2 sections;…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 1st Fret
    
    This is one of Berts best love songs I think. It's a beautiful melody. The guitar part is
    pretty east to play but there are a couple of points to watch out for. Firstly, the last
    note of the…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    Capo: 3rd fret
    
    Rhythm: 2/4
    
    
      Intro:
    E||----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|
    B||-----------1----|--1-----1---3/5--|--5-----5--------|--3p1---0---1----|
    G||-------2--------|----2------------|----2-------x----|-----------------|
    D||-----2-------2--|------2-------0--|------2----------|------0-------0--|
    A||--0------0------|--0-------0------|--3-------3---0--|-----------------|
    E||----------------|-----------------|-----------------|--3-------3------|…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    This is really simple to play and a really nice tune. It's in 4/4 but watch out for a bar
    of 2/4. The asterisks represent the beats. The instrumental break after the 1st verse is
    just the guitar part again,…
  • Tuning: DADGBE (dropped D)
    
    This is another fantastic song, backed up with an amazing guitar part. The vocals and
    guitar really compliment each other on this track. It's fairly easy to play, but as
    always listen to the recording…
  • Tuning: DADGAD
    Capo: 3rd fret
    
    This is probably going to be a whole lot easier to for you to play than it was to tab out; 
    the rhythm in places is extremely tricky to get to grips with in transcription. The lengths 
    of bars…
  • Tuning: EADGBE (standard)
    Capo: 3rd Fret
    
    This is a simple tune to play and really nice. Great for beginner Bert fans! 
    Basically I've just tabbed out the introduction, as he plays exactly the 
    same thing during the verses…
  • Tuning: EADGBE
    
    Another fine example of Berts talent for writing really catchy instrumentals; 
    this one is short and sweet but full of life. It's pretty straightforward to 
    play but be careful which fingers you use, he moves…
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