- Performer:John Martyn
- Title:The Apprentice
- Style:British Folk,British Folk-Rock,Progressive Folk
- Date of release:1990
- Size FLAC version1808 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1331 megabytes
- Size WMA version1487 megabytes
- Formats:APE DTS DXD AIFF VOC AUD
John’s Band for The Apprentice Tour; Miles Bould (Percussion/Drums). Due to his father’s involvement and love of jazz, the first music Miles listened to was jazz. Many regard Solid Air, released in 1973, as THE John Martyn album. The hypnotic title track, written for friend and peer, Nick Drake, concerned Drake’s mental strife at the time (he was to die the following year, a great loss to Martyn personally and professionally, and to music generally)
The Apprentice is a rock album by John Martyn. Recorded at CaVa Studios, Glasgow, Scotland. Originally released on CD by Permanent Records, catalogue number PERM CD 1. The demo recordings for The Apprentice were the trigger for Martyn's being dropped by Island Records in 1988
Martyn's record label, Island, rejected the tapes of the songs in 1988, even though artistically they were not too far removed from his previous release, Piece by Piece. In fact, this album turned out to be the more cohesive of the two. Eventually released by Permanent Records, it's by and large a well-crafted collection of songs. Otherwise, it's an enjoyable album.
The Apprentice (CD, Album). HYCD 200 110, 883 616. John Martyn. The Apprentice (CD, Album). Hypertension Music, BMG-Ariola/Aris. UK. 1990.
Tracklist: 01. Live on Love 04:30 02. The River 04:03 03. Look at the Girl 04:35 04. Income Town 04:27 05. Send Me One Line 05:36 06.
Artists John Martyn The Apprentice. The Apprentice John Martyn. This album has an average beat per minute of 129 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 96/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Apprentice.
John Martyn - The Apprentice. Download MP3.
Iain David McGeachy OBE (11 September 1948 – 29 January 2009), known professionally as John Martyn, was a British singer-songwriter and guitarist. Over a 40-year career, he released 22 studio albums, and received frequent critical acclaim. Martyn began his career at age 17 as a key member of the British folk music scene, drawing inspiration from American blues and English traditional music, and signed with Island Records.
CreditsJohn Hillarby - Liner Notes
John Martyn - Primary Artist
Dallas Simpson - Mastering
|1||Live on Love||John Martyn||4:30|
|2||The River||John Martyn||4:03|
|3||Look at the Girl||John Martyn||4:34|
|4||Income Town||John Martyn||4:26|
|5||Send Me One Line||John Martyn||5:36|
|6||Deny This Love||John Martyn||4:15|
|7||Hold Me||John Martyn||4:51|
|9||The Apprentice||John Martyn||4:29|
|10||The Moment||John Martyn||3:45|
|11||Patterns in the Rain||John Martyn||3:45|
|12||Deny This Love||John Martyn||3:53|
|13||The Apprentice||John Martyn||4:50|
|14||The River||John Martyn||4:49|
|15||Send Me One Line||John Martyn||5:46|
|16||Look at the Girl||John Martyn||5:29|