John did a few songs but apart from one fairly muffled sounding recording of The River, there are no known surviving tapes.
|01||The Easy Blues||Jelly Roll Morton||2:42|
|02||Fairy Tale Lullaby||J. Martyn||2:38|
This is a rare and early version of The Easy Blues as it would not surface on record until four years later, on Solid Air.
The material was identified by Alan Bershaw in 2017.
ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY Folk Club, who last week brought to the Union a number of top- class performers in different branches of folk music and, according to Treasurer Neil Cameron, may even have made a slight profit on them, are to continue the good work this term.
John appeared on this program several times but it is unclear in what capacity. No tapes have been preserved. The apparent concept of this show is rather similar to that behind the Transatlantic Sessions from the nineties.
Country Meets Folk was an old Light Programme show and first aired in July 1967. It was a replacement for the half hour A Cellar Full Of Folk.
Both programmes were produced by Ian Grant. Host was Wally Whyton, assisted by Jim Lloyd who presented the folk and country news.
Big night for the Blues
A rave is in store for Glasgow's folk and blues fans in the Woodside Halls tomorrow night. The star of the show, titled BLUES FOLK, is John Martyn, a young Glasgow singer-composer whose songs have made a big impact on the national folk scene. Many well-known performers including Julie Felix are considering John's songs as possible recording material.