Deny This Love - John Martyn - Foundations Live At The Town & Country (VHS)

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  • Recorded Live at Town & Country Club, London by the Fleetwood Mobile, Engineered by Andy Rose and assisted by Nick and Michelle Reynolds. Mixed at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas by Rod Fraboni. Engineered by Doug Oberkircher and assisted by Alex Dee Design by Island Art CD issued together with the LP release.
  • John toured America, Europe and Britain in and Island released Foundations, which is a live album recorded at the Town and Country club on 13th November The album contained three new songs, The Apprentice, Send Me One Line and Deny This Love. John was moved to write the first track having met a particularly ill looking man in a pub near the Sellafield nuclear recycling plant in .
  • Sep 04,  · Universal’s U.K. arm has made a nice habit in recent years of exhaustive box sets devoted to one artist. The Moody Blues’ Timeless Flight was an 11CD/6DVD overview of the British rock band; this fall includes box sets devoted to Sparks and Tears for Fears’ The repchotazaquartdershacpunkratbobespchild.xyzinfo upcoming The Island Years, an exhaustive box devoted to folk icon John Martyn, is 18 discs – 17 CDs and one DVD.
  • Foundations is a live album taken from a London Town and Country Club gig in Send Me One Line and Deny This Love, is superb making it potentially one of John Martyn’s greatest live.
  • Deny This Love – from Foundations – Live at the Town & Country – 13th Nov – First Time on DVD Send Me One Line – from Foundations – Live at the Town & Country – 13th Nov – First Time on DVD John Wayne – from Foundations – Live at the Town & Country – 13th November – First Time on DVD.
  • Foundations (Live At Town And Country Club, London / ), an album by John Martyn on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  • Recorded Live at Town & Country Club, London "Johnny Too Bad" recorded first in the late sixties by Jamaican Reggae-Vocal Trio The Slickers and recorded later (with additional vocals) by Bunny Wailer for his second LP Protest in Both "John Wayne" + "Johnny Too Bad" are played as Ska / Reggae by John Martyn on this album.
  • Foundations (Live At Town And Country Club, London / ) John Martyn. Master. Play on TIDAL or open in our Desktop app Share. 1. Mad Dog Days (Live) John Martyn.

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