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John Martyn OBE, born Iain David McGeachy (11 September 1948 – 29 January 2009), was a British and . Over a forty-year career he released twenty studio albums.

He grew up in Glasgow and attended Shawlands Academy. John Martyn moved to London from Glasgow in the mid 1960s. He made his initial recorded impact in 1967, at the age of 19, with his debut album London Conversation. He then quickly became an integral part of the British music scene, incorporating… read more

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  • Avatar for Karpun34
    Get this generic pop garbage out of my John Martyn page. What a shame! [4]
  • Avatar for iamholgerczukay
    A bit surprised to see how hotheaded John MartYn fans are, all that can really be done, John Martin fans need to make aware of the typo/mixup. Bitching about it on this shoutbox and knocking Martin's music probably won't do much good. Chill out you folky hippies. Oh, and "One World" is amazing.
  • Avatar for joaovitorsoares
    Get this generic pop garbage out of my John Martyn page. What a shame! [3]
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  • Avatar for Mboshe Suggest a correction:John Martin - Anywhere For You [2]
  • Avatar for DZRTsurfer88
    John Martyn opened for Traffic and Free in most incredible live show I have been blessed to experience back in 1973 at San Francisco's legendary Winterland; it was an unforgettable evening
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  • Avatar for hotchoc27
    It's MARTIN not Martyn
  • Avatar for twinkleglitter
    It always make me laugh when people land on a page they weren't expecting and say "I'm afraid..." Why? Are you scared that for a couple of minutes out of your day you heard something you wouldn't normally listen to? Not being a bitch, I just thought that was kind of the point if last.FM? Either wayI love John Martyn, I just stumbled across my old vinyl albums that I thought I'd lost :)
  • Avatar for angrybirdsyaoi
    Get them two twats a slapping below. Behaviour like that shouldn't be tolerated in music.

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