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Johnny Boy Would Love This… A Tribute to John Martyn / Johnny Boy Would Love This... A Tribute to John Martyn


Download links and information about Johnny Boy Would Love This… A Tribute to John Martyn / Johnny Boy Would Love This... A Tribute to John Martyn. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 02:12:41 minutes.

Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Pop
Tracks: 30
Duration: 02:12:41
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No. Title Length
1. Let the Good Things Come     (David Gray) 3:24
2. Glorious Fool                     (Sam Butler, Clarence Fountain) 5:13
3. Small Hours                          (Robert Smith) 7:53
4. Stormbringer (Beck) 4:25
5. Over the Hill                       (feat. Gavin Clark) (Ted Barnes) 4:13
6. I Don't Want to Know               (The Swell Season) 3:46
7. Bless the Weather (Emperors Of Wyoming) 4:08
8. Couldn't Love You More     (Lisa Hannigan) 3:14
9. Go Easy                                   (Vetiver) 4:29
10. Solid Air                               (Skye) 5:40
11. You Can Discover (Cheryl Wilson) 4:16
12. The Easy Blues (Joe Bonamassa) 2:12
13. Dancing                                 (Sonia Dada) 3:48
14. Certain Surprise                     (Sabrina Dinan) 4:14
15. One World (Paolo Nutini) 4:24
16. May You Never                          (Snow Patrol) 5:41
17. Go Down Easy                    (Beth Orton) 3:07
18. Fairy Tale Lullaby (Bombay Bicycle Club) 2:23
19. Fine Lines (Syd Kitchen) 5:45
20. Head & Heart                   (Vashti Bunyan) 4:42
21. Run Honey Run (feat. Bradley Burgess) (Morcheeba) 3:41
22. Angeline                               (Nicholas Barron) 5:05
23. Walk to the Water (John Smith) 2:57
24. Hurt in Your Heart (Judie Tzuke) 4:37
25. Road to Ruin (Jim Tullio) 3:26
26. John Wayne                           (Oh My God) 4:12
27. Rope Soul'd (feat. David McKellar) (The Blackships) 7:25
28. Back to Stay (Ultan Conlan) 3:24
29. Anna (Brendan Campbell) 5:26
30. Tearing and Breaking          (Phil Collins) 5:31



John Martyn was a monster star of British folk music and he expanded his range to include a mesmerizing variety of styles. He never became well known in America, but his music continues to touch those who have discovered it. This tribute features a long and eclectic list of performers recording a great mix of Martyn material. Personal tastes will dictate whether one appreciates those who stick closer to Martyn’s original performances or those who find their own voice. The Cure’s Robert Smith finds an extraterrestrial vibe for “Small Hours.” Beck flies surprisingly close to the ground for a beautiful, earthy take on “Stormbringer.” The Swell Season locate the heart and simple folk beauty of “I Don’t Want to Know.” Vetiver retain the sweetness of “Go Easy.” Fellow Martyn collaborator Phil Collins keeps things simple and touching for “Tearing and Breaking.” Snow Patrol dare to take on “May You Never” and slow its pulse. Skye add an ethereal tension to “Solid Air.” Lots of surprises and genuine love for Martyn’s untouchable work.