9 thoughts on “ Sugar Lump - John Martyn - Bless The Weather (CD, Album) ”

  1. Bless The Weather Written-By – John Martyn: 3: Sugar Lump Written-By – John Martyn: 4: Walk To The Water Written-By – John Martyn: 5: Just Now Written-By – John Martyn: 6: Head And Heart Written-By – John Martyn: 7: Let The Good Things Come Written-By – John Martyn: 8: Back Down The River Written /5(8).
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  3. This CD is a wonderful introduction to the music of John Martyn. It is very much an acoustic CD with a relaxed, improvised feel. John Martyn's unique singing and guitar style are well worth listening to. Another highlight of the album is the warm and resonant double bass playing of Danny Thompson/5(66).
  4. Bless the Weather, the first release following two records with his wife Beverley, is a transitional effort for John Martyn. The Glasgow-born singer-songwriter's third solo album emphasizes a darker, smokier sound built around his increasingly jazzy vocals, plus sometimes aggressive, sometimes gentle acoustic guitar work, and Danny Thompson's double bass, which skirts in and out around 9/
  5. referencing Bless The Weather, LP, Album, RE, , I don't have an original to compare to but my copy is noise free and compares very favourably to my CD copies Reply Notify me Helpful.
  6. Released in November Bless The Weather was an album of pure, simple but mature songs which John says was “very innocent, very beautiful and a pleasure to make”. Some of the songs were written in the studio on the day they were recorded, satisfying John’s desire to be spontaneous.
  7. 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 .
  8. Bless The Weather is a music studio album recording by JOHN MARTYN (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette.4/5(4).
  9. 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 move that greatly influence his writing.

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