8 thoughts on “ Couldnt Love You More - John Martyn - Solid Air / One World (CD) ”

  1. Couldn't Love You More, an Album by John Martyn. Released in on Permanent (catalog no. PERM CD 9; CD). Genres: Sophisti-Pop, Blue-Eyed Soul.
  2. "Couldn't Love You More" from , an album of 15 excellent re-recordings of his Island Label stuff, now remastered with two bonus tracks added ( release) (REVIEWED ABOVE) 4. "No Little Boy" from , an album of 14 re-recordings covering his career from up to , now remastered with 2 bonus tracks ( release).
  3. Couldn’t Love You More John Martyn is unique: an artist who has been held in the highest esteem since his earliest recordings which now date back over twenty years. A writer, musician and singer who has constantly spurned trend and defied the rules, John Martyn has instead charted his own eclectic course through the oft troubled waters of.
  4. Sporting one of the truly terrible album covers in rock history, Couldn't Love You More unfortunately doesn't redeem itself much with its musical content. Primarily the unfinished tracks which were eventually released as the (slightly) better album No Little Boy, it was released without Martyn's approval by the record company he was signed to at the time.3/
  5. Oct 22,  · This video starts with John breaking a string on his guitar, which he then quickly replaces before a beautiful rendition of 'Solid Air'. From the DVD - 'John.
  6. While it is said this recording was recorded as a prelude to the final disc, as an avid John Martyn fan, this disc is another example of how one recording can differ from another and sound just and at times better. The song "Couldn't love you more" is available as a live and studio takes/5(7).
  7. Digitally remastered and expanded two CD Deluxe Edition of the British singer/songwriter's album including a bonus CD containing rare studio and live material. Although Bless the Weather set his '70s template and Solid Air was his first masterpiece, One World is arguably John Martyn /5(22).
  8. One World is the seventh studio album by British guitarist and singer John Martyn, released in November by Island tutocuadcenthyboostmonboanocordcare.coinfo album, produced by Island owner Chris Blackwell at his Berkshire farm, was recorded with a myriad of musicians, including Steve Winwood, Danny Thompson, John Stevens, Hansford Rowe and tutocuadcenthyboostmonboanocordcare.coinfo album followed a sabbatical where, at Blackwell's invite, Martyn.

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