Traffic emerged on the international rock scene nearly six years ago touted as one of the finest groups of the times, and their recent appearance here did nothing to diminish that reputation.
Jensen Looks Like a Big Timer
Way over across the Big Pond in Glasgow, Scotland, John Martyn has managed to gain for himself a strong and faithful following from his songwriting, singing, and guitar-playing feats.
John Martyn at His Best
Using his voice almost like a companion instrument to his guitar, JOHN MARTYN creates a mood composed of jazz, blues and pop sounds on the LP Solid Air
A 'definitively English' singer/ songwriter does not always have an easy time of it in the States.
Guitarist John Martyn opened the festivities and did a fine job.
"If I have a bad night playing a gig and the audience loves me anyway -calls me back for three encores or something- I'm terribly disappointed with that crowd," said singer John Martyn, poking his index finger through the air for emphasis.
John Martyn is a mumbler and if you're a lyrics freak, stay away from this one
John Martyn, who opened the show, didn't command the attention of his audience until after his audio was turned up.
Traffic and Free In Good Concert
Traffic gave an enjoyable concert in Albuquerque Jan. 28. The blues rock band Free and John Martyn, an imaginative guitarist, also were featured.
Traffic Jams House, Drawing 19,500 to Spectrum
The bill also included John Martyn, an acoustic performer who simply did not come off in the unenviable role of lead-off performer.