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8 thoughts on “ Never Let Me Go - John Martyn - Well Kept Secret (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Never Let Me Go More (from "Live At Bristol `91", One World OWCD) [BONUS TRACK] Although the improved and upgraded booklet doesn't advise who remastered the tapes, the website seems to say it was done by DALLAS SIMPSON who did such superb work on the reissues of "The Apprentice" () and "Cooltide" ()/5(7).
  2. Buy Well Kept Secret CD from John Martyn for $ and pay no postage. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at your service. free shipping.
  3. Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a newly remastered and expanded edition of “Well Kept Secret”, John Martyn’s classic album from September The album was John’s second album for WEA Records and was a slight change of artistic direction for him, but was well received critically and also became a UK top 20 hit.
  4. Dec 07,  · referencing Well Kept Secret, LP, Album, K Saw John Martyn in Manchester when this album came out. "Don't clap yet" he said as he came on "you might not like it"/5().
  5. Something he never managed to do in his entire career. The songs are in fact not bad at all. Could've Been Me and Never Let Me Go often featured in concerts. The album is relatively short. John was wounded at the time of recording because he had punctured his lung when jumping over a fence. After this second effort John and Warner split up again.
  6. Feb 01,  · Original studio version of 'May You Never' from the album "Solid Air" This was the first of John's songs I ever heard, and the one that got me interested in his music.
  7. John Martyn recorded a cover of the song for his album Well Kept Secret. His version features Ronnie Scott on saxophone. R&B/soul singer-songwriter Luther Vandross recorded a cover of the song for his album of the same name; the saxophone solo on this version is performed by Kirk Whalum and it's the closing track of the album.
  8. Never Let Me Go More (from "Live At Bristol `91", One World OWCD) [BONUS TRACK] Although the improved and upgraded booklet doesn't advise who remastered the tapes, the website seems to say it was done by DALLAS SIMPSON who did such superb work on the reissues of "The Apprentice" () and "Cooltide" ().

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