In 1967 the british guitarist and songwriter John Renbourn together with his friend Bert Jansch founded the British folk rock band Pentangle. Like Jansch, Renbourn was considered an outstanding representative of the British “Folk Baroque” and fingerpicking playing technique. Since 1968 Renbourn successfully recorded several albums with Pentangle for the well-known UK folk/folk rock label Transatlantic. After the release of the album “Solomon’s Seal” in 1973, the band members went separate ways. From then on Bert Jansch and John Renbourn realized solo plans. Albums like “The Lady And The Unicorn” and “The Hermit” by John Renbourn are still considered milestones today of British folk rock. In 1977 John founded the John Renbourn Group, recorded two studio albums and a live album with them and was busy touring again around the world. A 1978 live-recording by Radio Bremen from the Römer in Bremen also bears witness to these live activities. Again with John on stage: the former Pentangle singer Jaqui McShee. In springtime next year these amazing live-recordings will be released on CD and digitally. Jacqui McShee contributed the liner notes for the CD booklet, remembering her time with John Renbourn.