Listen to an entire stack of Bert Jansch records, and you'll notice the legendary Brit ain't one for variety. Rather he explores subtle permutations of a formula that was established in full form on his 1965 debut. Rosemary Lane is no different. It's a combination of traditional and modern folk, spotlighting Jansch's pioneering guitar work and moody croon. The one notable difference is just how sparse the music is: Rosemary Lane feels like a Victorian parlor stripped to the bare essentials.