Bert Jansch

It Don't Bother Me

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It Don't Bother Me Review

by Richie Unterberger

Basically an extension of his 1965 debut, Bert Jansch's second album is perhaps a bit lighter in mood and doesn't boast quite as strong material, although it's nearly in the same league. Includes one of his most explicitly political songs ("Anti-Apartheid"), his first recording with John Renbourn ("Lucky Thirteen," a Renbourn original), and his first use of banjo on record ("900 Miles").

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