Pentangle formed in 1967 when folk guitarists Bert Jansch and John Renbourn were joined by Jacqui McShee, a regular on the traditional circuit. With bassist Danny Thompson and drummer Terry Cox, the group quickly established a reputation as a pioneering force on the English folk-jazz scene.

Although there have been numerous personnel changes for various albums and tours, this is the original line-up, and it was clear the passing years have not diminished Pentangle's ability to deliver the distinctive sound which has made them legends.

No band has so uniquely and effectively combined elements of folk, jazz and the blues, while remaining quintessentially English.

Exquisite, intangible vocal and instrumental harmonies darted around and in-between each other like dragonflies on a perfect summer's day.

Underscored by McShee's pure, beguiling vocals, timeless songs about love, death and the Earth flowed like sparkling water.

A very special evening.