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    After Pentangle split in 1973, Jansch returned to a solo career but missed playing in a group. The Bert Jansch Conundrum came into existence as the 1970s waned. Jansch recorded a solo album called A Rare Conundrum in 1977, with mandolinist Rod Clements and fiddler Mike Piggott as supporting players. When Piggott was unable to go out on a Scandinavian tour, Martin Jerkins hired on to play violin on the dates. They hit it off and Nigel Portman-Smith came aboard to play bass. They toured Europe and America. The first part of this collection presents Conundrum in concert, recorded in Ohio, followed by three tunes by Bert and Martin recorded in 1978. It concludes with a documentary that Bert recorded in 1985 that combines interviews, solo concert performances and rehearsals. 103 min.
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After Pentangle split in 1973, Jansch returned to a solo career but missed playing in a group. The Bert Jansch Conundrum came into existence as the 1970s waned. Jansch recorded a solo album called A Rare Conundrum in 1977, with mandolinist Rod Clements and fiddler Mike Piggott as supporting players. When Piggott was unable to go out on a Scandinavian tour, Martin Jerkins hired on to play violin on the dates. They hit it off and Nigel Portman-Smith came aboard to play bass. They toured Europe and America. The first part of this collection presents Conundrum in concert, recorded in Ohio, followed by three tunes by Bert and Martin recorded in 1978. It concludes with a documentary that Bert recorded in 1985 that combines interviews, solo concert performances and rehearsals. 103 min.

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After Pentangle split in 1973, Jansch returned to a solo career but missed playing in a group. The Bert Jansch Conundrum came into existence as the 1970s waned. Jansch recorded a solo album called A Rare Conundrum in 1977, with mandolinist Rod Clements and fiddler Mike Piggott as supporting players. When Piggott was unable to go out on a Scandinavian tour, Martin Jerkins hired on to play violin on the dates. They hit it off and Nigel Portman-Smith came aboard to play bass. They toured Europe and America. The first part of this collection presents Conundrum in concert, recorded in Ohio, followed by three tunes by Bert and Martin recorded in 1978. It concludes with a documentary that Bert recorded in 1985 that combines interviews, solo concert performances and rehearsals. 103 min.
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After Pentangle split in 1973, Jansch returned to a solo career but missed playing in a group. The Bert Jansch Conundrum came into existence as the 1970s waned. Jansch recorded a solo album called A Rare Conundrum in 1977, with mandolinist Rod Clements and fiddler Mike Piggott as supporting players. When Piggott was unable to go out on a Scandinavian tour, Martin Jerkins hired on to play violin on the dates. They hit it off and Nigel Portman-Smith came aboard to play bass. They toured Europe and America. The first part of this collection presents Conundrum in concert, recorded in Ohio, followed by three tunes by Bert and Martin recorded in 1978. It concludes with a documentary that Bert recorded in 1985 that combines interviews, solo concert performances and rehearsals. 103 min.