John Martyn - So Far So Good album download
So Far So Good is a compilation album by Canadian rock musician Bryan Adams, released by A&M Records in November 1993. The album reached number six on the Billboard 200 in 1994 and was a number one hit in the United Kingdom and many other countries.
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A nice compilation that only suffers from its unimaginative cover art and a weak title, this album touches on some of Martyn's standout songs to this point, including "Solid Air" and the Clapton-covered "May You Never. His early echoplex experimental track "Glistening Glyndebourne" is a nice unexpected addition to the album, and the closing previously unreleased live version of "I'd Rather Be the Devil" shows the intensity he could achieve on stage.
Produced by Benny Sings. So Far So Good Lyrics. So far, so good We might just make it So far, so good We're standing strong So far, so good We're not mistaken So far, so good We can't go wrong, love. Undivided Taking a chance Burning alive In it for the win Undivided Taking a chance Burning alive Let the light in. For you and me I'll fight the raindrops For you and me I'll make it work We'll let it be We'll stand and promise We'll wait and see Until we're sure, love.
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1973 was a remarkable year for music, but few had a greater annus mirabilis than folk alchemist JOHN MARTYN who devoted the year to the crafting of two strange masterpieces. On the 40th anniversary of Solid Air, MAT SNOW speaks to friends, fellow travellers and bruised survivors to discover the pain, power, joy and sadness behind a master musician’s quest for freedom. Just off the top of your head, 1973 was a vintage year for the album. And then there’s Solid Air by John Martyn. Released exactly 40 years ago, here was a platter to warm the cockles of the college circuit cognoscenti, a dope-head’s delight which bottled a moment; a moment which then faded with its generation to become a period piece with only the faintest afterlife beyond its particular time and place. Then, in the 1990s, Solid Air found fresh followers.