Permanent #1

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Anonymous

This picture was shot for Permanent Records. Probably around the time they released Couldn't Love You More (September 1992). It was not used until April 1997 though, for the cover of The Very Best Of.

John Martyn: The Exorcism

Nick Kent
New Musical Express

So there was this Scotsman, Irishman and Englishman propping up the bar in a shabby pub in the heart of Glasgow. The Irishman, whose name escapes me, and his Scottish pal, John Martyn, are heading steadily out of the realms of dreary sobriety towards that state of intoxication which Martyn, in his brick thick Glaswegian brogue, refers to simply as a "hoolie".

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Brisbane, Mayne Hall, 21 Aug 1977

1 Sep 1977
Radio Times
Michael Finucan

Michael Finucan's
John Martyn Koncert Watch

GOOD TIME AT MAYNE HALL
drawing
Few people see the ashes of total and utter chaos from which the phoenix that is a concert arises. On Sunday, 21st August I was privileged enough to witness this miracle. The concert was the Jansch / Martyn configuration with the local support of Dodsworth and Sullivan.

Solid Air advert

27 Jan 1973
Cash Box

Cash Box was a US based weekly magazine for the music industry trade publishing record charts. This two page advert was to support sales during the stadium tour with Traffic and Free.
The text is clearly written for shop owners.

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