9 thoughts on “ John Martyn - Jack The Lad (CD)

  1. Call me Jack the Lad One day you will, aye, it’s Jack the Lad Come on Daniel, bring on your lion. Well they call me Jack Adjuster Just the lies they tell about you drive me mad They call me Jack Adapter, Jack of Spades The lies they tell about me drive me mad. My name, my name is Jack the Lad My name, my name, my name is Jack the Lad My name.
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  3. Jack the Lad John Martyn. Album Cooltide. Jack the Lad Lyrics. Call me ugly, call me crazy, call me mad You don't know just what I might call you Tell me a story, tell it up.
  4. John Martyn - Jack The Lad Lyrics. Call me ugly, call me crazy, call me mad You don't know just what I might call you Tell me a story, tell it up Tell it up, tell up your name.
  5. John Martyn moved to London from Glasgow in the mid s. He made his initial recorded impact in , at the age of 19, with his debut album London Conversation. He then quickly became an integral part of the British music scene, incorporating Folk, Blues, and Jazz into his unique sound.
  6. John Martyn Discography, Singles, Jack The Lad. Jack The Lad / Annie Sez / The Cure / Jack Sez The only appearance of Jack Sez, not to be found on an album.
  7. Emotion and heartfelt vocals are particularly evident on Call Me. An album which many fans return to on a regular basis. John toured during September and October. Jack the Lad was released as a CD single with a remix of the same song as track 2 called Jack Sez and Annie Says as a third track.
  8. "Cooltide" is a John Martyn album you need to rediscover - check out "Jack The Lad" on iTunes - you'll be hooked. PS: One World Records is the label imprint by VOICEPRINT of the UK dedicated to John Martyn's work. It features remastered reissues of his albums along with newly discovered titles from the archives. Titles so far include: /5(16).
  9. John’s second album with Permanent Records was released on 9 September This album was more characteristic of John’s style and the synthesizers were less evident. Tremendous bass lines featured through Jack The Lad, The Cure and the atmospheric title track, which was originally known as Running Up The Harbour.

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