John Martyn - Bless the Weather (1971) 2005 remastered version
EAC | FLAC | Tracks+Cue+Log+Scans ~ 422 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 320kbps ~ 229 Mb (incl 5%)
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Progressive Folk, Psychedelic, Singer-songwriter
Label: Island Remasters, Universal | # IMCD 321, 983 073-1 | Time: 01:15:19
Bless the Weather is a 1971 album by John Martyn and marks his return as a solo artist having released two albums with his wife Beverley Martyn. When it was released it garnered his best reviews to date, and remains a firm favourite among fans, featuring such standards as "Head and Heart" and the title track. The album is predominantly acoustic, although it does feature Martyn's first real 'echoplex' track in "Glistening Glyndebourne". Q magazine chose Bless the Weather among the dozen essential folk albums of all time in 1999. According to Q, the album was apparently recorded in three days. In November 2007, Bless the Weather was included in a list by The Guardian newspaper entitled '1000 Albums to Hear Before You Die'.