John Martyn: The Apprentice in Concert Featuring Dave Gilmour. The notes of Easy Blues are as peripatetic as they are singularly clear, each one ringing through the theatre. It’s a sparse setting for this deleted concert from 1990, recorded at London’s The Shaw Theatre, as part of the tour for The Apprentice album he released that year.
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In 1990 John Martyn undertook a series of concerts at the Shaw Theatre, London, playing his comeback album, "The Apprentice". These concerts were filmed and released on video in 1990, but later deleted in 1995. He also released an album of his classic songs re-recorded with an all-star cast featuring Phil Collins, David Gilmour of Pink Floyd, and Levon Helm of the Band, as well as various compilations and live recordings. After a four-year layoff, Martyn issued And, an album with strong jazz, trip-hop, and funk overtones, followed in 1998 by The Church with One Bell, a collection of diverse covers. In 1999 he also released a live double album which documented a classic concert at London's Shaw Theatre in 1990 entitled Dirty, Down & Live.
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The Apprentice is a rock album by John Martyn. Recorded at CaVa Studios, Glasgow, Scotland. Originally released on CD by Permanent Records, catalogue number PERM CD 1. The demo recordings for The Apprentice were the trigger for Martyn's being dropped by Island Records in 1988.
David Gilmour is the debut solo studio album by Pink Floyd guitarist and co-lead vocalist David Gilmour. The album was released in May and June 1978 in the United Kingdom and the United States, respectively. The album reached number 17 in the UK and number 29 on the Billboard US album charts; it was certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. The album was produced by Gilmour, and consists mostly of blues, guitar oriented rock songs except for the piano-dominated ballad "So Far Away".
David Gilmour Concert Appearances. 28 - Central Television's Nottingham Studios, London, England (Amnesty International 30th Anniversary Concert with David Gilmour as musical director, with Gary Wallis, Tim Renwick, Pino Pallidino, Jon Carin, Jodi Linscott, Sam Brown, Margo Buchanon, Julie Harrington, Ian Harrison, Dave Bishop, Stuart Brooks, Mark Nightingale, Barry Knight, Phil Taylor, Chris Burns, Clint Driftwood, Simon Park, Dick Hayes and Andy Jackson backing Tom Jones.
Launch the David Gilmour In Concert QuickTime Player to view two full tracks and four clips from the DVD. Special Features – Spare Digits – Home Movie – 'High Hopes' choral – Lyrics. Miscellaneous Extras – I Put A Spell On You (with Mica Paris and Jools Holland 1992) – Don't (from Leiber and Stoller tribute concert 2001) – Sonnet 18 (William Shakespeare) – . sound tester. Sound Produced by David Gilmour. Co-produced and engineered by Andy Jackson. Analogue recording mixed at Astoria. Film Directed by David Mallet. Produced by Rupert Style/Dione Orrom.
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NotesFeaturing Dave Gilmour
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