Couldn't Love You More
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All tracks are 1991 remakes of songs that appeared on his Island Label albums from 1971's "Bless The Weather" up to 1986's "Piece By Piece". Here's the breakdown:
1. Lonely Love (originally on "Piece By Piece", 1986)
2. Couldn't Love You More (originally on "One World", 1977)
3. Sweet Little Mystery (originally on "Grace & Danger", 1980) [with PHIL COLLINS on Backing Vocals]
4. Head & Heart (originally on "Bless The Weather", 1971)
5. Could've Been Me (originally on "Well Kept Secret", 1982) [with PHIL COLLINS on Backing Vocals]
6. One Day Without You (originally on "Sunday's Child", 1975)
7. Over The Hill (originally on "Solid Air", February 1973)
8. Fine Lines (originally on "Inside Out", October 1973)
9. May You Never (originally on "Solid Air", February 1973)
10. One World (originally on "One World", 1977)
11. Ways To Cry (originally on "Inside Out", October 1973)
[with PHIL COLLINS on Backing Vocals and DAVE GILMOUR of PINK FLOYD on Guitar]
12. Angeline (originally on "Piece By Piece", 1986)
13. Man In The Station (originally on "Solid Air", February 1973)
14. Solid Air (originally on "Solid Air", February 1973)
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Turned out that following a change of label, he re-recorded the old favourites on this collection. Result - more mature, laid back but thoroughly haunting.
Definitely a late night album, and probably my all time favourite recording of all time.
The song "Couldn't love you more" is available as a live and studio takes. We all have favorite songs of John's recordings, for me this disc is one of my favorites. The songs are honest and performed with heart, even if John disagreed, I think they are great. As a musician, I know the difference between rehearsals and final take, yet in rehearsals you can have something special come out and this disc is to me.
The honest portrayal of songs by a great artist are few in between, John is one of those few. A disc worth having for any John Martyn fan.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this album ,sorry the disc is in dreadful condition and doesn't play %80 of the album without intolerable skipping and stuttering,the marks are clearly visible on the... Read morePublished on 29 Jan. 2014 by Mr. Paul Fleming
This is John Martyn at his best. Love this cd and I am sure it's in every fan's collection....or it should be!!!Published on 21 Dec. 2013 by jacqueline tynan
Johnny boy re-recorded many of his older classic tracks to create this sublime relaxing album. I still love the originals - but these versions are perfect when looking for that... Read morePublished on 31 Mar. 2013 by Ditherbum