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Album Review

For Stormbringer!, John and Beverley Martyn went to Woodstock, NY, and recorded with several local musicians, including session hands Paul Harris and Harvey Brooks, as well as the Band's Levon Helm. Very much in the mold of the electric Fairport Convention of this period, Stormbringer! sizzles with acoustic interplay and an almost jazzy feel. Highlights include "Woodstock" (not the Joni Mitchell tune) and the title track.

Biography

Born: 1949 in Coventry, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Beverly Martyn (b. Beverly Kutner) was a highly respected British folksinger when she met and fell in love with British singer/songwriter John Martyn. A longtime friend of Paul Simon, she had suggested the allusion to Donovan in the Simon and Garfunkel tune "Fakin' It." During a mid-'90s interview, Simon recalled, "She wasn't married to John Martyn at that time, but I knew her from way back in English scufflin' days and we brought her over to sing at the Monterey Pop Festival." Beverly and John...
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