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Bert Jansch, 'Blackwaterside'

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Clockwise from left: Donovan, Laura Marling, Richard Thompson, Mumford & Sons.

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World Cafe Looks Back: Celebrating U.K. Folk

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Bert Jansch in Regent's Park, 1966.

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Guitarist Bert Jansch Is Dead At 67

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Bert Jansch, whose work has inspired Jimmy Page, Neil Young and Paul Simon, recently performed on World Cafe.

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Bert Jansch On World Cafe

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Hear Thurston Moore on His Favorite Guitarists

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