Stormbringer! (John Martyn album)  

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Stormbringer! is the title of a 1970 album released by John and Beverley Martyn. Originally planned to be a solo album by Beverley Martyn (with help from her husband John) it was effectively taken over by John and released under both names. John wrote 7 of the 10 songs on the album with Beverley credited for the remaining 3. Martyn was influenced by The Band, whose Levon Helm plays drums. The album was recorded under the direction of Paul Harris in Woodstock, where Joe Boyd had rented John and Beverley a house.

The album was recorded in Woodstock (New York).

Track listing

All tarcks composed by John Martyn; except where indicated

  1. "Go Out And Get It"
  2. "Can't Get The One I Want" (Beverley Martyn)
  3. "Stormbringer"
  4. "Sweet Honesty" (Beverley Martyn)
  5. "Woodstock"
  6. "John The Baptist"
  7. "The Ocean"
  8. "Traffic"-Light Lady
  9. "Tomorrow Time" (Beverley Martyn)
  10. "Would You Believe Me?"

The remastered CD issue contained the following previously unreleased tracks

  1. "One Of Those Days"
  2. "I Don't Know"
  3. "John The Baptist"
  4. "Traffic-Light Lady"

Personnel




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