Exclusive! Hear previously unreleased Bert Jansch and John Renbourn track

"Untitled Instrumental II" will be released on the forthcoming Living In The Shadows box set

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Bert Jansch‘s 1990s output is being collected in a new box set, along with additional unheard material.

Living In The Shadows is released on January 27, 2017 as a 4LP/DL/4CD Bookback box set.



It features his three studio albums from that decade – The Ornament Tree, When The Circus Comes To Town and Toy Balloon alongside an extra disc of demos, alternate versions and never-before heard tracks transferred from Jansch’s personal tapes.

We’re delighted to be able to share one of those previously unreleased tracks – “Untitled Instrumental II“, which also features the talents Jansch’s old musical accomplice, John Renbourn.

You can pre-order the set by clicking here.

But now, here’s Bert and John – together again…

The January 2017 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – featuring our cover story on the Rolling Stones, plus a free CD of the year’s best music featuring Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Wilco, Bon Iver, Angel Olsen, Margo Price, Teenage Fanclub and more. Elsewhere in the issue, there’s Uncut’s review of 2016 – the 75 Best Albums and 30 Best Reissues alongside our films and books of the year. Plus Gillian Welch, Drive-By Truckers, Phil Collins, Ryley Walker, Chuck Berry, Neil Young, Kate Bush, Frank Zappa, 75 Dollar Bill, Dave Mason and more plus 108 reviews




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