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Studio Album, released in 2000

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. So Sweet (4:50)
2. Wildflower (6:24)
3. The Field of Play (5:48)
4. Cool in This Life (4:23)
5. Feel So Good (5:22)
6. Cry Me a River (5:45)
7. Mama T (5:54)
8. Can't Live Without (4:13)
9. The Cat Won't Work Tonight (4:58)
10. You Don't Know What Love Is (5:18)

Total Time 52:55

Line-up / Musicians

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

- Kathryn Williams / backing vocals (3,8)
- Spencer Cozens / keyboards, programming
- Stefon Taylor / keyboards, programming
- David Brinkworth / programming
- Phil Cunningham / accordion
- Dave Heath / bass flute
- Jim Lampi / Chapman Stick
- Alan Thomson / bass
- Arran Ahmun / drums, percussion

Note: The actual instrumentation could not be fully confirmed at this moment

Releases information

CD Independiente ‎- ISOM 15CD (2000, UK)

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