Mellow Martyn Projects New Image

John Griffin
The Gazette

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There were few musicians during the 1970s who seem as comfortable with the role of the naive, introspective singer-songwriter as Scottish folk artist John Martyn. Sensitive, with a mellow vocal and writing style that tends more towards matters spiritual than temporal, Martyn appeared the archetypal folksinger for most of his 13-year career.

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