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Demon Re-Release series

Album Re-releases.

The first two double album re-releases from Demon records are now complete and will be available from today -1st Feb onwards. Let me give you a brief outline of their content.

The first of the two is Troubadour coupled with a previously unreleased high definition DVD of a concert I did on the Isle of White in May 2008 at the Winter Gardens in Ventnor. The accompanying booklet contains never before seen photos from the Troubadour artwork sessions that Sue Martin took along with photographs taken in the studio with Del Newman and a nice pic of Sir Cliff and I in the garden at Roger Bruce's house at the end of the Heathcliff run plus many more.

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The DVD contains pretty much all the material I have been playing live over the last couple of years including The Dodo's Dream with a bonus interview with Rodney Hearth, the guy who filmed the concert.

The second of these twin releases are Music for the Small Screen and my Solo album. Once again these superbly packaged albums contain never before seen photos from my personal collection.

Update 1st March

Two more of the superbly packaged CD releases from Demon are now available from Amazon or HMV.

They are as follows..
Remember This + Janschology, and The Peacock Party + Airwaves.

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Both albums contain LOADS of archive pictures, along with rare and unseen memorabilia.

On Remember This there are many precious family photographs, and on Janschology some very early photographs of a young GG, plus a favourite photo of Bert Jansch and I taken a while back by that wonderful photographer the late Mark Hadley.

Airwaves contains five bonus tracks from the Band Live 81 CD.

Peacock Party is brim full of archive pics, press clippings and press releases, and also has brand new sleeve-notes written by yours truly.

There is so much to browse through with both these double albums! As always, full info in the Discography section.

I can't begin to tell you how pleased I am to be associated with a first class label such as Demon who have gone to great lengths to make sure these albums are packaged to the highest possible standard. My thanks go Val Jennings and all at Demon for their hard work and care with these precious (to me) albums.