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John Martyn

Singer/songwriter/guitarist John Martyn was born Iain David McGeachy on September 11, 1948, in New Malden, Surrey, and raised in Glasgow by his grandmother. He began his innovative and expansive career at the age of 17 with a style influenced by American blues artists such as Robert Johnson and Skip James, the traditional music of his homeland, and the eclectic folk of Davey Graham (Graham remained an influence and idol of Martyn's throughout his career). With the aid of his mentor, traditional singer Hamish Imlach, Martyn began to make a name for himself and eventually moved to London, where he became a fixture at Cousins, the center for the local folk scene that spawned the likes of Bert Jansch, Ralph McTell, and Al Stewart. Soon after, he caught the attention of Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, who made him the first white solo act to join the roster of his reggae-based label. The subsequent album, London Conversation (February 1968), only hinted at what was to come in Martyn's career. Although it contained touches of blues along with Martyn's rhythmic playing and distinctive voice, it was for the most part a fairly straightforward British folk record. With his follow-up later that same year, the Al Stewart-produced The Tumbler, Martyn began to slowly test other waters, employing backup musicians such as jazz reedman Harold McNair, to flesh out his sound. His voice also started to take on a jazzier quality as he began to experiment musically.

While on the road, Martyn continued to experiment with his sound, adding various effects to his electrified acoustic. One such effect, the Echoplex, allowed him to play off of the tape loops of his own guitar, enveloping himself in his own playing while continuing to play leads over the swelling sound. This would become an integral part of his recordings and stage performances in the coming years. He also met Beverley Kutner, a singer from Coventry who later became his wife and musical partner. The duo released two records in 1970, Stormbringer and The Road to Ruin, the former recorded in Woodstock, N.Y. with American musicians including members of the Band. For one track on their second album, John and Bev hired Pentangle double bassist Danny Thompson, who remained a constant in John's career throughout the better part of the '70s, on-stage and in the studio. John planned his third solo album when Beverley retired to take care of the couple's children, although there was supposedly pressure from Island for him to record on his own.

The next couple of years saw Martyn continuing to expand on his unique blend of folk music, drawing on folk, blues, rock, and jazz as well as music from the Middle East, South America, and Jamaica. His voice continued to transform with each album while his playing became more aggressive, yet without losing its gentler side. Bless the Weather (1971) and Solid Air (1973) which helped form the foundation of Martyn's fan base, featured some of his most mature and enduring songs: "Solid Air," written for close friend Nick Drake, "May You Never" (recorded by Eric Clapton), and "Head and Heart" (recorded by America). By the time of 1973's Inside Out, Martyn's use of the Echoplex had taken on a life of its own while his vocals became more of an instrument: deeper and bluesier, with words slithering into one another, barely decipherable.

During this period, Martyn's well-publicized bouts with alcoholism came to the forefront and began to affect his career somewhat. He became an erratic and at times self-destructive performer. He might perform an evening of electronic guitar experiments for a crowd of folkies or a set of traditional, acoustic ballads when playing to a rock audience. His shows would also range from the odd night of falling over drunk to sheer brilliance, as captured on the independently released Live at Leeds (1975).

Following Sunday's Child (1974), the live record, and a 1977 best-of collection, Martyn, for the most part, abandoned his acoustic guitar on record for a sort of rock, world, and jazz fusion. Although his style was moving away from its folk roots, his songs retained the passion and structure of his best early work. Grace and Danger (1980), his first release since 1977's One World, painfully and honestly depicted the crumbling of John and Beverley's marriage in some of his most powerful material in years. It also seemed to garner interest in Martyn's sagging career. With this new momentum and the help of friend Phil Collins, Martyn signed to WEA, where he recorded two records, Glorious Fool (1981) and Well Kept Secret (1982). Glorious Fool, a superb effort, produced by Collins and featuring Eric Clapton on guitar and Collins on drums, piano, and vocals, looked to be his best shot at mainstream success, but failed to extend his cult status. Martyn released his second independent live record, the magnificent Philentropy, before returning to Island Records for two studio releases, a live album and a 12" single which featured a version of Bob Dylan's "Tight Connection to My Heart." He was dropped by the label in 1988.

Continuing to battle his alcoholism, Martyn resumed his career in 1990 with The Apprentice and 1992's Cooltide. He also released an album of his classic songs re-recorded with an all-star cast featuring Phil Collins, David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, and Levon Helm of the Band, as well as various compilations and live recordings. After a four-year layoff, Martyn issued And, an album with strong jazz, trip-hop, and funk overtones, followed in 1998 by The Church with One Bell, a collection of diverse covers. In 1999 he also released a live double album which documented a classic concert at London's Shaw Theatre in 1990 entitled Dirty, Down & Live.

Martyn recorded a surprise studio comeback effort called Glasgow Walker at the turn of the century that was very well received, and had his entire Island catalog remastered and reissued -- two of his albums, One World, and Grace and Danger, were given the Universal "deluxe" treatment with bonus discs. In 2003, a cyst burst in Martyn's leg due to septicemia brought on by diabetes. The end result was an amputation, but he continued to tour the world with the same tireless energy and restlessness, performing with his band from a wheelchair. Martyn, shrugged it all off, typified by this infamous quote: " "I've been mugged in New York and luckily I fought my way out of it. I've been shot a couple of times as well but I just lay down and pretended to be dead."

In 2007 two DVDs appeared, a Live at the BBC set recorded in the 1970s, and Voiceprint's The Man Upstairs documentary. 2008 saw Martyn's name surface once more with some real regularity due to a flurry of activity by the man and his touring schedule, but also because of new releases. His One World label issued a pair of catalogued live dates, the best of these being Simmer Dim , and, in December, Universal/Island released a four-disc retrospective box entitled Ain't No Saint. In January, 2009 Martyn was awarded the OBE (Order of the British Empire) -- an irony since he was the most rebellious of Scotsmen. Martyn's health, however, was in real decline as a result of a lifetime of substance abuse issues; in the early morning hours of January 29, 2009, he passed away at the age of 60 after a third bout with pneumonia.

With his characteristic backslap acoustic guitar playing, his effects-driven experimental journeys, or his catalog of excellent songs, as well as his jazz-inflected singing style, John Martyn will remain an important and influential figure in both British folk and rock. ~ Brett Hartenbach & Thom Jurek
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Selected Discography


Track List: The Simmer Dim

1. Over The Hill

2. Spencer The Rover

3. One World

4. Anna

5. One Day Without You

6. Easy Blues

7. Couldn't Love You More

8. Big Muff

9. Certain Surprise

10. Dealer

11. Seven Black Roses

12. Outside In

13. May You Never


Track List: Battle Of Medway: July 17, 1973

1. Outside In (Live)

4. May You Never (Live)

7. Seven Black Roses (Live)

9. I'd Rather Be The Devil (Live)


Track List: Late Night John

1. Ballad Of An Elder Woman

2. Fly On Home

4. Stormbringer

5. Bless The Weather

6. Head And Heart

7. Solid Air

8. Don't Want to Know

9. So Much In Love With You

10. You Can Discover

11. Call Me Crazy

12. Small Hours

13. One World

14. Lookin' On

15. Hurt In Your Heart

16. Angeline


Track List: Patterns In The Rain

Disc 1

1. Jack The Lad

2. Patterns In The Rain

4. Live On Love

5. Cooltide

6. The Cure

7. Send Me One Line

9. Certain Surprise

10. Dancing

11. Hole In The Rain

Disc 2

1. Sapphire (Live)

2. Sweet Little Mystery (Live)

4. One World (Live)

5. John Wayne (Live)

6. Solid Air (Live)

7. May You Never (Live)

8. Angeline (Live)

9. Fisherman's Dream (Live)

10. Deny This Love (Live)


Track List: The Church With One Bell

1. He's Got All The Whiskey

2. God's Song

3. How Fortunate The Man With None

4. Small Town Talk

5. Excuse Me Mister

6. Strange Fruit

7. The Sky Is Crying

8. Glory Box

9. Feel So Bad

10. Death Don't Have No Mercy


Track List: No Little Boy

1. Solid Air

2. Ways To Cry

3. Could've Been Me

4. I Don't Wanna Know

5. Just Now

6. One Day Without You

7. Sweet Little Mystery

8. Sunday's Child

9. Head And Heart

10. Fine Lines

11. Bless The Weather

12. Man In The Station

13. One World


Track List: Couldn't Love You More

1. Lonely Love

2. Couldn't Love You More

3. Sweet Little Mistery

4. Head And Heart

5. Could've Been Me

6. One Day Without You

7. Over The Hill

8. Fine Lines

9. May You Never

10. One World

11. Ways To Cry

12. Angeline

13. Man In The Station

14. Solid Air

15. Never Let Me Go

16. Couldn't Love You More (Live @ Bristol, 1991)

17. Never Let Me Go (Live @bristol, 1991)


Track List: Cooltide

1. Hole In The Rain

2. Annie Says

3. Jack The Lad

4. Number Nine

5. The Cure

6. Same Difference

7. Father Time

8. Call Me

9. Cooltide


Track List: The Apprentice

1. Live On Love

2. The River

3. Look At The Girl

4. Income Town

5. Send Me One Line

6. Deny This Love

7. Hold Me

8. Upo

9. The Apprentice

10. The Moment

11. Patterns In The Rain

13. The Apprentice (Live)

15. Send Me One Line (Live)


Track List: One World

1. Dealer

2. One World

3. Smiling Stranger

4. Big Muff

5. Couldn't Love You More

6. Certain Surprise

7. Dancing

8. Small Hours


Track List: Solid Air

1. Solid Air

2. Over The Hill

3. Don't Want To Know

4. I'd Rather Be The Devil

5. Go Down Easy

6. Dreams By The Sea

7. May You Never

8. The Man In The Station

9. The Easy Blues


Track List: Bless The Weather (Remaster)

1. Go Easy

2. Bless The Weather

3. Sugar Lump

4. Walk To The Water

5. Just Now

6. Head And Heart

7. Let The Good Things Come

8. Back Down The River

9. Glistening Glyndebourne

10. Singin' In The Rain

11. Bonus Track)

12. Bonus Track)

13. Bonus Track)

14. Bonus Track)

15. Bonus Track)

16. Bonus Track)

17. Bonus Track)


Track List: The Road To Ruin

1. Primrose Hill

2. Parcels

3. Auntie Aviator

4. New Day

5. Give Us A Ring

6. Sorry To Be So Long

7. Tree Green

8. Say What You Can

9. Road To Ruin

10. Here I Am


Track List: London Conversation

1. Fairy Tale Lullaby

2. Sandy Grey

3. London Conversation

4. Ballad Of An Elder Woman

5. Cocain

6. Run Honey Run

7. Back To Stay

8. Rolling Home

9. Who's Grown Up Now

10. Golden Girl

11. This Time

12. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright


Track List: Classics Live Vol. 1

1. Easy Blues

2. May You Never

4. Outside In

5. Never Let Me Go

8. Deny This Love


Track List: Classics Volume 2

8. Big Muff

9. Easy Blues


Track List: Grace & Danger (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. Some People Are Crazy

2. Grace And Danger

3. Lookin' On

4. Johnny Too Bad

5. Sweet Little Mystery

6. Hurt In Your Heart

7. Baby, Please Come Home

8. Save Some (For Me)

9. Our Love

10. Sweet Little Mystery (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Live Performance)

11. Lookin' On (BBC TV "Old Grey Whistle Test" Live Performance)

12. Some People Are Crazy (BBC TV "Rock Goes To College" Live Performance)

13. Grace And Danger (BBC TV "Rock Goes To College" Live Performance)

14. Save Some (For Me) (BBC TV "Rock Goes To College" Live Performance)

Disc 2

1. Small Hat

2. Johnny Too Bad (First Version)

3. Running Up The Harbour

4. Sweet Little Mystery (First Version)

5. Dead On Arrival

6. Some People Are Crazy (First Version)

7. Baby, Please Come Home (First Version)

8. Grace And Danger (First Version)

9. Hurt In Your Heart (Instrumental)

10. After Tomorrow Night

11. Our Love (First Version)

12. Lilo Blondino

13. Johnny Too Bad (Dub Mix)


Track List: Heaven and Earth

1. Heel of the Hunt

2. Stand Amazed

3. Heaven and Earth

4. Bad Company

5. Could've Told You Before I Met You

6. Gambler

7. Can't Turn Back the Years

8. Colour

9. Willing to Work


Track List: Inside Out

1. Fine Lines

4. Outside In

9. Ways To Cry

10. So Much In Love With You


Track List: Live At Leeds (Deluxe Edition)

Disc 1

1. May You Never (Live)

2. Outside In (Live)

8. Solid Air (Live)

Disc 2

1. I'd Rather Be The Devil (Live)


Track List: May You Never - The Very Best Of John Martyn

2. Solid Air

6. Don't Want To Know

8. Over The Hill

10. Fairy Tale Lullaby


Track List: Piece By Piece

2. Lonely Love

3. Angeline


Track List: Sunday's Child

1. One Day Without You

5. Sunday's Child

6. Spencer The Rover

10. You Can Discover

11. Call Me Crazy


Track List: Sweet Little Mysteries: The Island Anthology

Disc 1

2. Head And Heart

4. Solid Air

5. Over The Hill

6. Don't Want To Know

8. May You Never

9. Fine Lines

12. One Day Without You

15. Sunday's Child

16. Spencer The Rover

17. You Can Discover

18. Call Me Crazy

Disc 2

1. Couldn't Love You More

2. Certain Surprise

3. Dancing

4. Small Hours

5. Dealer

6. One World

7. Some People Are Crazy

8. Lookin' On

9. Johnny Too Bad

10. Sweet Little Mystery

11. Hurt In Your Heart

12. Baby, Please Come Home

15. Angeline


Track List: The Tumbler

1. Sing A Song Of Summer

2. The River

3. Goin' Down To Memphis

4. The Gardeners

5. A Day At The Sea

6. Fishin' Blues

7. Dusty

8. Hello Train

9. Winding Boy

10. Fly On Home

11. Knuckledy Crunch And Slippledee-Slee Song

12. Seven Black Roses


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Don't read this you will be kissed on the cheek by the love of your life now that you have read this don't stop if you ignore it you will have bad luck post this on 15 other songs in 143 minutes when you are done press the space bar and then your crushes name will appear on the phone
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I've written about John on occasions before, interspersed with interludes when I go off an listen to other music. But when I come back and know I haven't heard anything as rich and distinctive as John Martyn, then I know I've probably found the epitome of the industry. Its hard sometimes to not play his classics over and over again, until you realise there are so many great songs he wrote, was involved in and played. He left us with a legacy of many classics.His best was always yet to come.
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She Moved Through the Fair always moves me with its haunting matter who sings it. But John Martyn's version has to be one of the best. Of all the major British folk revivalists, he's the one I missed who I'd most like to see. Ah, regrets.
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Amazing artist. So gifted. Miss!
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Amazing guitarist and singer,He defenitely should have been far more popular !!
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First heard "Solid Air" in a gypsy trailer in a seaside town in 1979 ...everytime I hear it I relive my romantic interlude with an Englishman who introduced me to john martyn ....35 years may have gone by but when I shut my eyes and hear his music I'm that 22 year old bohemian girl as if time stood still. His voice affects me in ways that nobody else can.
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I would like to hear more of John Martyn on the John Martyn station.
What about adding some of his other albums like And, and Sweet Litttle Mysteries?
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Beautiful sound.
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John Martyn - just does it for me. Always has. Keep coming back to his songwriting as its just sheer brilliance. A word overly used and far too often lauded on lesser artists, however in JM's case totally apt. The archetypal loveable, genius, songwriter, rogue....yad a . . yada
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Went to college in Scotland in the mid Seventies and we all loved John Martyn and played him all the time on our turntables. Saw him at Stirling University with Danny Thompson, it was amazing ---even when he got into to a fight with an audience member on stage, it all seemed to fit! Miss his sweet voice.
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I love his voice
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Saw him at Theatre 140 in Brussels in 1970. Just him and his guitar---imp r e s s i v e and outstanding.
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Saw him once back around 1974 I think at a University festival gig in Wellington NZ. He drank half a bottle of rum during the gig and played up a storm , a great voice and a rollicking storytelling patter . Has stayed in my mind as one of the truly memorable shows.
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One of the all time greats...fir s t saw the late great John Martyn at Winterland in San Francisco, Ca my first concert in 1973 at age 15 never
to be forgotten
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Always reminds me of an English pint in front of a country pub's fire, ham on the bone, Sunday afternoons in winter, and that glorious warm feeling only John Martyn can bring to the proceedings! The guy was a genius and a best kept secret of so many!
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first time i heard John was in the 80's......lo v e this Man!
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First heard him in around 1972 while traveling access country in the US! Solid Air, still an important song and artist for me, 40 years later!
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such a wonderfully odd combination that scottish accent and sitar sorry this kind of beats out donovan's kingfisher and ferris wheel song because it strives to retain that folk music feel while using an instrument which was not condusive to the genre
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Martyn's May You Never could be one of the most endearing (and enduring) examples of the songwriter's craft. Ranks right up there with Richard Thompson's 1952 Vincent Black Lightning. Great artists, both of them.
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I was lucky to hear him play at University of Glasgow in 1977, Mestre Italy in 1980 (brilliant), and Georgetown/D C in 1984. JM had a groove unlike any others -- I miss him every day.
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his voice plays in my head several times a day, every day.. i love john martyn.
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He's Great! I love his songs and his voice.
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I wanna hear JOhn Martyn Not everybody else "sorta" like Him I'm beginning to think that this thing really stinks!
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Caught his act while at Uni in Sheffield, England, 1972 I think. Him and Danny Thompson made a great pair. Solid Air has been gathering dust in my collection for 25 years. Got the CD a few years ago and mean to add more. Love yer John.
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He's my favorite singer-songw r i t e r of all time. Heart breaking songs. I'm very fortunate to have sung "Angeline" for his tribute record that comes out in the fall of 2010. Johnny boy!!!
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I listened in awe as JM mesmerized a sold out crowed at the Spectrum in Philadelphia . This was, at first, a very restless angry crowd who had bought tickets to see another band (I forget who it was) that didn't show up. This was around the time that SOLID AIR was released.
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Wrote and performed some of the prettiest and soulful songs.Solid Air his breakthrough album was perhaps the biggest winner, but of course like many unusual performers every album had a track that scored deeply.
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God bless John Martin...
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Very much similar to Bert Jansch. Both are gifted artists.
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Simply the best. He is missed!
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Music with substance. I have to say I like just about everything I hear from John. I can tell in his vocal delivery that his music was all he ever realy had. Genuine. All of it. R.I.P.
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The album "Glorious Fool" remains one of my all time favorite, after all these years., It is second to none John, rest in peace.
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British songwriter John Martyn dead at 60
Jan. 29, 2009, 1:14 PM EST
LONDON (AP) -- British singer-songw r i t e r John Martyn, whose soulful songs were covered by the likes of Eric Clapton, died Thursday. He was 60.

Martyn's official Web site said the musician, who lived in Ireland, died Thursday morning. It did not give a cause of death.

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I met John Martyn in Sussex in the winter of 1978. Beverly was absent at that time and I remember baby-sitting his two kids while John went out dancing through the pubs in hard-drinkin g fashion... once swapped him an oz of american swag for that same measure of hash! John was/is down-to-eart h , friendly, brilliant. Life-loving soul, laughing through tears of joy...
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One of the most under-recogn i z e d artists of the past 40 years. While I prefer his later works (especially the long out-of-print Grace and Danger), his melding of folk, jazz, funk and other styles is unequaled. Other luminaries such as Phil Collins have long recognized his talent. I recommend 1993's No Little Boy as an essential part of anyone's library
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Paolo Nutini turned me on to John Martyn and I absolutely LOVE them both! What a blessing these Scots are!
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I first saw John Martyn on an Ovation special in 1998 called The Transatlanti c Sessions. It was an amazing show of american and UK artists recording together in a castle. It introduced me to John Martyn, Dougie MacLean (a scottish national treasure)and the McGarrigle sisters (Kate and Ann). I sure wish I could buy CD's from that show.
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I'm not familiar with him, but his style is very interesting and quite good.
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takes a lot of moxie for some scot to take on billie holiday. and a lot of soul and hear to pull it off. damn good.
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He is my favourite singer ever,and the only one i wish i could sing like.

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