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John Martyn - Well Kept Secret (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The album is relatively short. John was wounded at the time of recording because he had punctured his lung when jumping over a fence. After this second effort John and Warner split up again. CD-release in , digitally remastered. Japanese CD edition June with two bonus tracks, a US remix of Gun Money and a live version of Hiss On The Tape.
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  3. Dec 30,  · "The Church With No Bell". his covers album from a few years ago, is very entertaining and I think the best cut LP I've heard in recent years. "Live at Leeds" is a staggering performance - the vinyl on the G 2LP "audiophile" edition which came out a couple of years ago was kinda crackly but the original sounds great if you can find it.
  4. JOHN MARTYN~WELL KEPT SECRET~~LP VINYL RECORD+LYRIC INNER~VERY GOOD++++ £ 0 bids. £ postage. Ending 4 Jun at PM BST 4d 3h Duration: LP. New listing John Martyn - One World - Vinyl LP Album Record. £ Genre: Folk. £ postage. Duration: LP. or Best Offer. 2 pre-owned from £ John Martyn Sapphire Folk LP Vinyl.
  5. Philentropy, an Album by John Martyn. Released in November (catalog no. Body Swerve JMLP ).
  6. The album ranking below includes all 20 of John Martyn’s regular studio albums from the debut to the final release Heaven And Earth in , plus his covers album The Church With One Bell.
  7. Label: WEA - WEA K 99 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: France • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Soft Rock, Ballad John Martyn - Well Kept Secret (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore3/5(1).
  8. Aug 11,  · Critics panned this album when it came out in the 's. But I have always enjoyed it, so when it became available on CD I jumped at the chance of ownership. Its certainly a departure from albums like Solid Air, One World etc.. This is a far more aggressive album - certainly shown by tracks like Gun Money which has to be Martyn at his heaviest/5(19).

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