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Top five albums of all time

There are no reviews for this album?!?! This has to be one of the top five albums I would bring to a desert island. Certain albums pin you to a place and a time. This album nails me to a place and a time. If you can listen to "Road to Ruin" and not be moved, you are not human. "Auntie Aviator"? Oh come on! I rest my case.....


Genre: Singer/Songwriter

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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