John Martyn - London Conversation FLAC
|1||Fairy Tale Lullaby|
|2||Ballad Of An Elder Woman|
|3||Don't Think Twice It's Alright|
Written-By – Bob Dylan
|4||Run Honey Run|
Written-By – J. Martyn, J. Sundell
|6||Back To Stay|
|7||Who's Grown Up Now|
Written-By – R. Fredericks
Arranged By – J. MartynWritten-By – Trad.
|ILP-952, ILP 952||John Martyn||London Conversation (LP, Album, Mono)||Island Records, Island Records||ILP-952, ILP 952||UK||1967|
|IMCD 134, 846 105-2||John Martyn||London Conversation (CD, Album, RE)||Island Masters, Island Records||IMCD 134, 846 105-2||Europe||Unknown|
|IMCD 319, 983 073-3||John Martyn||London Conversation (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Island Remasters, Island Remasters||IMCD 319, 983 073-3||Europe||2005|
|ILP-952, ILP 952||John Martyn||London Conversation (LP, Album, Mono)||Island Records, Island Records||ILP-952, ILP 952||UK||Unknown|
|ILP-952, ILP 952||John Martyn||London Conversation (LP, Album, Mono, RP)||Island Records, Island Records||ILP-952, ILP 952||UK||1969|
- Cover, Design – CCS Advertising Associates Ltd.
- Liner Notes – John Martyn
- Photography By – Barry Wentzel
- Producer – Theo Johnson
- Supervised By – Chris Blackwell
- Written-By – J. Martyn (tracks: A1, A4, A6, B1 To B5)
First Catalog number is on the front and back covers and the spine, while the second one shown without the dash is on the record labels.
Pink Island labels with the "Eye" logo.
A1 To B5 are published by Blue Mountain Music, B6 is published by Blossom Music.
A Folkland Production
- Matrix / Runout (Side A stamped runout): ILP+952A-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B stamped runout): ILP+952B-1
- Record Company – Island Records Ltd.
- Printed By – E.J. Day Group
- Published By – Blue Mountain Music
- Published By – Blossom Music
London Conversation - John Martyn. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. London Conversation is the first album by John Martyn, released on Island Records in 1967. Largely self-penned, the album is much more folk oriented than the bluesjazz tinged later releases. The album reputedly cost 158 to record. The cover photo was taken on the roof of Island Records boss Chris Blackwell's flat in Cromwell Road, London. All tracks composed by John Martyn except where indicated. Side one. Fairy Tale Lullaby 2:50. Sandy Grey Robin Frederick 2:25. London Conversation Album Version. John Martyn. UMG от лица компании Universal-Island Records Ltd. BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. AMRA, LatinAutor, Kobalt Music Publishing, Sony ATV Publishing, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 7. John Martyn - London Conversation 1967. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. There were some really good covers of this song in Youtube, but I couldn't find the original one. Album 1968 13 Songs. London Conversation. Martyn's first album, released on Island Records in 1967. Twelve tracks featuring John Martyn on vocals, guitar, keyboards and harmonica. In 1967, John Martyn became the first white solo act to sign with Island Records. While this is notable in the history of the label, his initial release, London Conversation, on the other hand, stands as a mere footnote. The record, though incorporating touches of blues and his characteristic guitar and vocal, doesn't really prepare you for what's to come from Martyn. Stream London Conversation, a playlist by John Martyn from desktop or your mobile device. Sandy Grey, 02:22. London Conversation, 02:39. Ballad of an Elder Woman, 02:40. Cocain, 02:54. Run Honey Run, 02:34. Back to Stay, 03:26. Rolling Home, 05:41. Who's Grown Up Now, 04:00