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Bless The Weather - John Martyn - The Island Years (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Bless The Weather - John Martyn - The Island Years (CD)

  1. Jan 01,  · I couldn't afford the rather high price of the original 18 CD box set, but for any John Martyn fan this is an absolute must. I have a copy of pretty much every John Martyn release with the exception of the limited edition "Live at the Hanging Lamp", and yet /5(17).
  2. Bless the Weather is a album by John Martyn and marks his return as a solo artist having released two albums with his wife Beverley Martyn. The writing reflects their move from London to Hastings Old Town. When it was released it garnered his best reviews to date, and remains a firm favourite among fans, featuring such standards as "Head and Heart" and the title track. The album is predominantly .
  3. Head and Heart: The Acoustic John Martyn | Album Reviews It’s a nice idea, to go back to roots and search out the acoustic fledgling days of John Martyn.
  4. Dec 20,  · 10 videos Play all John Martyn - Bless The Weather (Full Album) AlexCarmichaelMusic Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: "Just Tell Him You’re The President” (Season 7, Episode 1) - .
  5. The Island Years is the most exhaustive career retrospective from one of Britain’s most original and enduring singer/songwriters. Housed in an LP size hard-back slip case, this lavish box set contains 18 Discs including: • 17 CDs featuring 12 key studio albums, recorded for Island between and , now with previously unreleased mixes, Out-Takes, unheard songs and 2 complete /5(50).
  6. Lovers of acoustic music will not be disappointed with "Bless the Weather". Recorded in , I think this is John Martyn's best CD. Ignore the radio version of "May You Never", but every other track is well worth the purchase price. The best version of John's classic song, "May You Nver" appears on his CD /5(66).
  7. First CD release May Remastered and expanded CD 7 November (Island first pink label design). When Martyn first moved down to Hastings on England's channel coast from London in , the change of the environment inspired a number of new songs.
  8. Recorded at Sound Techinques, Chelsea, London in May , Bless The Weather is an album of pure, simple but mature songs which John says was “very innocent, very beautiful and a pleasure to make.” John and Beverley had moved from London to Old Town in Hastings, a .

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