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  1. Sunday's Child | John Martyn to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on postpunk.nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.infoinfo
  2. Sunday’s Child. John Martyn: Sunday’s Child.. NOW THAT the acoustic sincerity school of singer-songwriters has largely gone out of vogue, it’s time the true heavyweights of the genre – Roy Harper and John Martyn – got the credit and prestige they have thus far been denied.
  3. “Sunday's Child” is a John Martyn album released in John Martyn's follow-up to 's “Inside Out” is a more song-oriented, less experimental album. His eighth record, including two with his wife Beverley Martyn, shows the many facets of Martyn's playing, Brand: Island.
  4. Jul 05,  · Tracks 1 to 11 are his 8th studio album "Sunday's Child" - released January in the UK and USA on Island Records ILPS (same catalogue number for both countries - it didn't chart in either). Produced by JOHN MARTYN - all songs written by JM except "Spencer The Rover" and "Satisfied Mind" which are Traditional Song cover versions/5(26).
  5. Sunday's Child is a music studio album recording by JOHN MARTYN (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Sunday's Child's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our experts, collaborators and /5.
  6. Nov 03,  · Sunday's Child, an Album by John Martyn. Released in January on Island (catalog no. ILPS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, British Folk Rock, Contemporary Folk. Featured peformers: John Martyn (guitar, vocals, Clavinet, Moog), Danny Thompson (double bass), Richard Digby Smith (engineer)/5(7).
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  8. John Martyn: Sunday's Child (Island) The success of John Martyn's latest album and of his recent U.K. tour have been two of the most hopeful aspects of British rock in the first part of For years John had been an artist consigned to the obscurism of folk clubs .

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