Songs For The Gentleman - Bridget St. John

Songs For The Gentleman
Cherry Red are pleased to present Bridget St John, who was one of the first acts signed to John Peel's legendary Dandelion Records, and her first three albums with several bonus tracks that are appearing on CD for the first time. The first two albums feature John Martyn playing guitar on some tracks, but all of these albums have become very collectable with 'Ask Me No Questions' changing hands for over £100 recently These CDs contain detailed sleeve notes written by Nigel Cross in cooperation with Bridget; she was also involved with selecting the bonus tracks. Bridget is still working live and records from time to time.

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Code: CDMRED283
Weight: 200
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