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Studio Album, released in 1998

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. He's Got All The Whiskey (3:20)
2. God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind) (3:31)
3. How Fortunate The Man With None (5:08)
4. Small Town Talk (2:53)
5. Excuse Me Mister (4:39)
6. Strange Fruit (4:03)
7. The Sky Is Crying (4:03)
8. Glory Box (5:44)
9. Feel So Bad (3:30)
10. Death Don't Have No Mercy (5:46)
- silence (0:51)
- hidden track: How Fortunate The Man With None (Alt. version) (4:59)

Total Time 46:66

Line-up / Musicians

- John Martyn (Iain David McGeachy) / vocals, guitar, co-producer

- Spencer Cozens / keyboards, piano
- John Giblin / bass
- Arran Ahmun / drums, percussion

Releases information

Covers-album of blues classics: Bobby Charles (1), Randy Newman (2), Dead Can Dance (3), Bobby Charles & Rick Danko (4), Ben Harper (5), Abel Meeropol (6), Elmore James (7), Portishead (8), Lightnin' Hopkins (9) and Reverend Gary Davis (10)

Artwork: Lawrence Watson (photo)

LP Independiente ‎- ISOM 3LP (1998, UK)

CD Independiente ‎- ISOM 3CD (1998, UK)

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