John Martyn - Foundations album flac
|A1||Mad Dog Days|
|A4||May You Never|
|A5||Deny This Love|
|B1||Send Me One Line|
|B3||Johnny Too Bad|
|B4||Over The Rainbow|
- Bass – Dave 'Taef' Ball*
- Drums – Arran Ahmun
- Guitar, Vocals – John Martyn
- Keyboards – Foster Patterson*, Jeff Castle*
- Percussion – Danny Cummings
- Saxophone – Colin Tully
NotesRecorded Live at Town & Country Club, London 1986
|ISL-1161||John Martyn||Foundations (LP, Album)||Island Records||ISL-1161||Canada||1987|
|5C 208704||John Martyn||Foundations (LP, Album)||Island Records||5C 208704||Spain||1987|
|ILPS-9884||John Martyn||Foundations (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS-9884||Italy||1987|
|CID 9884||John Martyn||Foundations (CD, Album)||Island Records||CID 9884||UK||1987|
|L 38726||John Martyn||Foundations (LP, Album)||Island Records||L 38726||Australia & New Zealand||1987|
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Biography by Brett Hartenbach. A dazzling guitarist and songwriter who moved folk away from strictly acoustic traditions to infuse it with powerful rock, blues, and jazz influences.
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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.
Iain David McGeachy OBE (11 September 1948 – 29 January 2009), known professionally as John Martyn, was a British singer-songwriter and guitarist. Over a 40-year career, he released 22 studio albums, and received frequent critical acclaim. Martyn began his career at age 17 as a key member of the British folk music scene, drawing inspiration from American blues and English traditional music, and signed with Island Records.
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Is Foundations the best album by John Martyn? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Foundations by John Martyn (1987) Overall rank: 26,399th. Accolades: Top albums of 1987 ( 373rd ). Top albums of the 1980s ( 3,595th ). Best albums of all time ( 26,399th ).
John Martyn, OBE (11 September 1948 – 29 January 2009) (born Iain David McGeachy) was a British singer-songwriter and guitarist. Over a 40 year career he released 21 studio albums, working with artists such as Eric Clapton and David Gilmour.
JOHN MARTYN is a Prog Folk, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. Martyn's first two albums London Conversations and The Tumbler are about as straight folk and folk rock as you can get and were both recorded under Joe Boyd's tutelage, and it is through him he met singer Beverly Kutner. She would quickly become Mrs Martyn and they recorded together two albums, which are essential in Martyn's instrumental progression.
Introduced to John Martyn by The Trout Band’s saxist, David Ray, he switched to fretless bass somewhere along the line and has never looked back. His first recording with John was the album Glorious Fool on which he worked with Phil Collins, Max Middleton, and Eric Clapton. He then went on to play on the albums Well Kept Secret, Sapphire, Piece By Piece, Philentropy and the early stages of The Apprentice. Martyn toured America, Europe and Britain in 1986 and Island released Foundations, a live album recorded at the Town and Country Club on 13th November 1986, in October 1987. The album contained interesting reworkings of old favourites and produced three fine new songs, ‘Deny This Love’, ‘Send Me One Line’ and the highlight, ‘The Apprentice’.