Crimson Moon is the 21st album by Scottish folk musician Bert Jansch, released in 2000.   Johnny Marr and Bernard Butler play guitar on the album.   Critical reception NPR deemed the album "quietly stunning."  The Guardian called it "unremittingly pleasant." 
Between 2000-10 Butler played many shows with the legendary folk guitarist Bert Jansch, featuring on his albums "Crimson Moon" and "Edge Of A Dream" sometimes joined by Johnny Marr and Beth Orton. After Jansch's untimely death a Royal Festival Hall tribute concert saw Butler accompany Robert Plant amongst the pantheon of folk’s remaining heroes.
Bernard Joseph Butler (born 1 May 1970) is a British musician and record producer. He is best known as guitarist with Suede, until his departure in 1994. He has been hailed by some critics as the greatest guitarist of his generation;  BBC journalist Mark Savage called him "one of Britain's most original and influential guitarists". 
Bert Jansch & Bernard Butler
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- Pete Glastonbury
11 nov 2020 · La Earth Recordings ripubblica “Crimson Moon“ di Bert Jansch, un album che fu exemplum del folksinging e del protagonismo da chitarre acustiche. Con le collaborazioni di Johnny Marr e Bernard Butler, “Crimson Moon” si colloca, inoltre, tra i dischi capostipiti dello stile chitarristico country britannico.
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals – Bert Jansch. Bass Guitar – Adam Jansch. Written-By – Bert Jansch. 1-3. Crimson Moon. Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Bert Jansch. Bass Guitar – Adam Jansch. Electric Guitar – Bernard Butler. Percussion – Makoto Sakamoto.