Downunder: Live in Australia

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Downunder: Live In Australia
Live album by Bert Jansch
Released 22 January 2001
Recorded March 1998, over two nights at the Continental Café, Melbourne, Australia
Genre Folk
Label Castle Music
Producer Mixed at home by Bert Jansch
Bert Jansch chronology
Dazzling Stranger: The Bert Jansch Anthology
(2000)
Downunder: Live In Australia
(2001)
Edge of a Dream
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Downunder: Live In Australia is a live album by Scottish folk musician Bert Jansch, released in January 2001. The concert was recorded over two nights at the Continental Café in Melbourne, Australia.

Bearing only a slight overlap with Jansch's previous live album Live At The 12 Bar in content, this was recorded on multi-track rather than straight-to-DAT, with consequently smoother sound and the rare bonus of accompanying musicians. The percussionist was added on after the gig recordings at a studio in Australia, and Jansch mixed the tracks in London.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Bert Jansch; except where indicated

  1. "Blues Run the Game" (Jackson C. Frank) - 3:08
  2. "Come Back Baby" (Walter Davis) - 3:34
  3. "The Lily of the West" (Traditional) - 4:14
  4. "Paper Houses" - 3:09
  5. "Toy Balloon" - 3:59
  6. "My Donald" (Owen Hand) - 2:57
  7. "Born and Bred in Old Ireland" - 3:04
  8. "She Moved Through the Fair" (Traditional) - 5:22
  9. "Carnival" (Jackson C. Frank) - 4:31
  10. "Little Max" - 3:25
  11. "Strolling Down the Highway" - 3:19
  12. "Angie" (Nat Adderley, Davey Graham) - 3:50
  13. "Curragh of Kildare" (Traditional) - 4:20
  14. "Downunder" - 4:59
  15. "How It All Came Down" - 4:13

Personnel[edit]

  • Bert Jansch - guitar, vocals
  • Peter Howell - bass (not the Doctor Who Peter Howell - This is the Australian one!)
  • Ian Clarke - percussion (not the Uriah Heep Ian Clarke - This is the Australian one!)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ "Bert Jansch website". Retrieved 26 November 2008.