|A1||Play The Game|
|A2||The Open Sea|
|A3||She Moved Through The Fair|
|A4||Set Me Free (When The Night Is Over)|
|A5||Come To Me Baby|
|A6||Sunday Morning Morning Blues|
|B1||Chase That Devil Away|
|B2||The Saturday Movie|
|B4||Circle The Moon|
|B5||Let Me Be|
|VR-026||Pentangle||In The Round (LP, Album)||Varrick Records||VR-026||US||1986|
|SPIN 120||Pentangle||In The Round (LP, Album)||Making Waves||SPIN 120||UK||1986|
|TECD099||Pentangle||In The Round (CD, Album, RE)||Talking Elephant Records||TECD099||UK||2006|
|88505||Pentangle||In The Round (LP, Album)||pläne||88505||Germany||1986|
|GLLP 91007||Pentangle||In The Round (LP, Album)||Gala Records||GLLP 91007||Italy||1986|
In the Round is an album by Pentangle, jointly produced by Doug Beveridge, Roger Wake, and Pentangle. It was issued in 1986 on Spindrift SPIN 120 in 1986 and on Varrick CDVR026 (CD) VR026 (LP) and CVR026 (cassette) in 1990. There is also a widespread use of the name "Vanick", a mistake for "Varrick". It was reissued in 1988 on Plane CD88505. It was reissued in 2006 on Talking Elephant.
Album Name In the Round. Labels Varrick Records Spindrift. Members owning this album0. 2. The Open Sea. 3. She Moved Through the Fair. 4. Set Me Free (When the Night Is Over). 6. Sunday Morning Blues. 7. Chase That Devil Away. 8. The Saturday Movie.
The addition of t Nigel Portman Smith in the bass chair enabled Pentangle to employ a broader, more varied instrumental palette on In the Round than on its predecessor, Open the Door. However, this more eclectic sound is also less unified than on the previous release. Bert Jansch is in excellent form on guitar, and plays some nice banjo on "Play the Game.
The Pentangle biography Formed in London, UK in 1967 - Disbanded in 1973 - Reformed from 1981-1995 and again 2008-2011. PENTANGLE was formed in 1967 by John Renbourn and Bert JANSCH two guitarists who had both already recorded as solo artists since 1965. Both musicians had recorded together 'Bert and John' in 1966 for 'Transatlantic'. PENTANGLE played a mixture of Jazz and Folk with Blues-elements, influences that the band integrated in their debut record 'The Pentangle' which was produced by Shel Talmy. The same year PENTANGLE released their second record 'Sweet child' a double LP consisting of live and studio tracks and containing among others two compositions by Charlie Mingus 'Haitian Fight Song' and 'Goodbye Pork Pie hat'.
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