John Martyn - Glorious Fool (1981). Songs in album John Martyn - Glorious Fool (1981). 1. Couldn't Love You More.
John Martyn; Glorious Fool. Consistentcy has never been John Martyn’s strongest quality but the rabid mediocrity of Glorious Fool comes as a shock after last year’s Grace And Danger, a supple, open-hearted LP that seemed to presage a new air of adventure in his work. Grace And Danger worked through a delicate balance in which Martyn’s left-field, sometimes wayward, talents were harnessed by a sophisticated musical and production back-up, not least of which was the solid foundation of Phil Collins’ drum work.
Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – John Martyn. Allied Record Company pressing as denoted by suffix '-AR' on labels. Find the Specialty (-SP) pressing here John Martyn - Glorious Fool. Produced and engineered at The Townhouse. Some copies may have promo stamp on cover. Glorious Fool (LP, Album).
One World is a 1977 album by John Martyn. One of his more experimental works, it features atmospheric, reggae influenced rhythms and free-flowing, jazzy arrangements. Acclaimed for its collaborative spirit, the album includes contributions from Lee Perry on "Big Muff", and Steve Winwood (keyboards). The album is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die by Robert Dimery.
Artist: John Martyn Title: Glorious Fool Year Of Release: 1981/1997 Label: WEA Genre: British Folk-Rock, Psychedelic, Singer-Songwriter Quality: Flac (image,. Tracklist: 1. Couldn't Love You More 3:58 2. Amsterdam 5:52 3. Hold On My Heart 4:38 4. Perfect Hustler 4:48 5. Hearts And Keys 7:22 6. Glorious Fool 4:58 7. Never Say Never 4:56 8. Pascanel (Get Back Home) 3:49 9. Didn't Do That 4:28 10. Please Fall In Love With Me 6:12 11. Don't You Go 4:42.
With a new label and a big-name producer, Glorious Fool, John Martyn's first release following his departure from Island Records, looked to be his best shot at mainstream acceptance.
Glorious Fool is a 1981 studio album by musician John Martyn. After a long association with Island Records, this was Martyn's first album for WEA. The album was produced by Phil Collins and engineered by Nick Launay and Steve Travell. The album is named for the title track satirizing Ronald Reagan's ascent to the White House as the 40th . Opening track "Couldn't Love You More" is a re-worked arrangement of the song that originally appeared on 1977's One World .
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