A contemporary of Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, Giltrap was signed by Transatlantic Records due to his talent and increasing success on the London folk scene. He was only 18 when he went into the studio to record 'Gordon Giltrap', which was produced by Bill Leader of Leader Records fame. Transatlantic released it in 1968, and it was quickly followed by 'Portrait' in 1969. Giltrap has gone on to have a long and varied career, earning the reputation as one of the UK's finest acoustic guitarists. He continues to gig and record and was recently awarded an MBE for services to music and charitable works. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
A contemporary of Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, Giltrap was signed by Transatlantic Records due to his talent and increasing success on the London folk scene. He was only 18 when he went into the studio to record 'Gordon Giltrap', which was produced by Bill Leader of Leader Records fame. Transatlantic released it in 1968, and it was quickly followed by 'Portrait' in 1969. Giltrap has gone on to have a long and varied career, earning the reputation as one of the UK's finest acoustic guitarists. He continues to gig and record and was recently awarded an MBE for services to music and charitable works. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
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Gordon Giltrap / Portrait (Uk)
Artist: Gordon Giltrap
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DISC: 1

1. Gospel Song
2. Fast Approaching
3. Don't You Feel Good
4. Birth of Spring
5. Won't You Stay Awhile Suzanne
6. Wilderness
7. Adolescent Years
8. Saturday Girl
9. Don't You Hear Your Mother's Voice 1
10. Ives Horizon 1
11. Blythe Hill 1
12. Willow Pattern 1
13. Portrait 1
14. Thoughts in the Rain 1
15. Never Ending Solitude 1
16. Tuxedo 1
17. All Characters Fictitious 1
18. Lucifer's Cage 1
19. Careful As You Go 2
20. Free for All 2
21. William Taplin 2
22. Hands of Fate 2
23. Confusion 2
24. Young Love

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A contemporary of Bert Jansch and John Renbourn, Giltrap was signed by Transatlantic Records due to his talent and increasing success on the London folk scene. He was only 18 when he went into the studio to record 'Gordon Giltrap', which was produced by Bill Leader of Leader Records fame. Transatlantic released it in 1968, and it was quickly followed by 'Portrait' in 1969. Giltrap has gone on to have a long and varied career, earning the reputation as one of the UK's finest acoustic guitarists. He continues to gig and record and was recently awarded an MBE for services to music and charitable works. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes