John Martyn - Snooo... mp3 album
One World is a 1977 album by John Martyn. One of his more experimental works, it features atmospheric, reggae influenced rhythms and free-flowing, jazzy arrangements. Acclaimed for its collaborative spirit, the album includes contributions from Lee Perry on "Big Muff", and Steve Winwood (keyboards). The album is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die by Robert Dimery.
Snooo is an EP of demo versions of four songs from And, recorded in 1995. It was given away free initially at live shows, and later released by Voiceprint/One World. For what it is - a few unfinished tracks - it's quite good. The songs flow together very well and are dominated by a bass-heavy groove. The title is taken from a regional pronunciation of the Arsenal soccer team.
Stormbringer! is a 1970 album released by John and Beverley Martyn. It has no connection to Michael Moorcock's 1965 Elric novel of the same name. John Martyn wrote six of the ten songs and Beverley four. The album was recorded under the direction of Paul Harris in Woodstock, New York. Two of the tracks feature the drumming of Levon Helm, from the Band – who had an influence on John Martyn's music. All tracks composed by John Martyn except where indicated.
John Martyn - Glorious Fool (1981). Songs in album John Martyn - Glorious Fool (1981). 1. Couldn't Love You More.
John Martyn (British singer-songwriter and guitarist).
|1||She's A Lover|
|2||All In Your Favour|
|3||Step It Up|
|4||A Little Strange|
- Written-By – T-Boy Ross* (tracks: 4 [Uncredited]), John Martyn, Leon Ware (tracks: 4 [Uncredited])
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- Barcode: 604388111824