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Johnny Boy Would Love This…A Tribute to John Martyn

Johnny Boy Would Love This…A Tribute to John Martyn by John Martyn
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John Martyn

Label: Hole in the Rain
Released: 2011
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CD1: Let the Good Things Come (David Gray); Glorious Fool (Clarence Fountain & Sam Butler); Small Hours (Robert Smith of The Cure); Stormbringer (Beck); Over the Hill (Ted Barnes featuring Gavin Clark); I Don't Want to Know (The Swell Season); Bless the Weather (The Emperors of Wyoming: Butch Vig and company); Couldn't Love You More (Lisa Hannigan); Go Easy (Vetiver); Solid Air (Skye Edwads of Morcheeba); You Can Discover (Cheryl Wilson); The Easy Blues (Joe Bonamssa); Dancing (Sonia Dada); Certain Surprise (Sabrina Dinan); One World (Paolo Nutini). CD2: May You Never (Snow Patrol); Go Down Easy (Beth Orton); Fairytale Lullaby (Bombay Bicycle Club); Fine Lines (Syd Kitchen); Head and Heart (Vashti Bunyan); Run Honey Run (Morcheeba feat. Bradley Burgess); Angeline (Nicholas Barron); Walk to the Water (John Smith(; Hurt in Your Heart (Judie Tzuke); Road to Ruin (Jim Tulio); John Wayne (Oh My God); Rope Soul'd (The Blackships feat. David McKellar); Back to Stay (Ultan Conlon); Anna (Brendan Campbell); Tearing and Breaking (Phil Collins).


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