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John Martyn - London Conversation (2005)

Rock, Folk | Author: SELMER | 26-05-2019, 05:52
John Martyn - London Conversation (2005)
Artist: John Martyn
Title Of Album: London Conversation
Year Of Release: 1967 / 2005
Label: Island Remasters
Country: UK
Genre: Folk Rock
Quality: FLAC (*tracks + .cue, log, scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 42:04
Full Size: 203 MB


01. Fairy Tale Lullaby 02:52
02. Sandy Grey 02:25
03. London Conversation 02:42
04. Ballad of an Elder Woman 02:43
05. Cocain (Rev. Gary Davis) 02:58
06. Run Honey Run 02:37
07. Back to Stay 03:29
08. Rolling Home 05:44
09. Who’s Grown Up Now 04:03
10. Golden Girl 02:33
11. This Time 03:08
12. Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright 04:16

Bonus Track - Previously Unreleased
13. She Moved Through the Fair 02:33

In 1967, John Martyn became the first white solo act to sign with Island Records. While this is notable in the history of the label, his initial release, London Conversation, on the other hand, stands as a mere footnote. The record, though incorporating touches of blues and his characteristic guitar and vocal, doesn't really prepare you for what's to come from Martyn. The album is a basic, no-frills, guitar and voice effort, although one track, the droning dulcimer and flute-driven "Rolling Home," shows Martyn's urge to stretch, which would become much more evident in the coming years. His vocal delivery is traditionally British, while his playing is steeped in the eclectic folk of British artists such as Davey Graham and Bert Jansch, as well as American blues and folk. London Conversation, whose material (written primarily by Martyn) reflects the era and his age (18 years old), comes across as a young, although soon to be important artist looking for a voice. -- Brett Hartenbach

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  • #1: Jack Rowe (26 May 2019 08:02)

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