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Studio Album, released in 1968

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Sing a Song of Summer (2:18)
2. The River (2:53)
3. Goin' Down to Memphis (3:07)
4. The Gardeners (3:11)
5. A Day at the Sea (2:29)
6. Fishin' Blues (2:35)
7. Dusty (3:01)
8. Hello Train (2:33)
9. Winding Boy (2:19)
10. Fly On Home (2:29)
11. Knuckledy Crunch and Slippledee-Slee Song (2:51)
12. Seven Black Roses (4:02)

Total Time 33:43

Line-up / Musicians

- John Martyn (Iain David McGeachy) / vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica

- Paul Wheeler / acoustic guitar
- Harold McNair / flute (4,7,10)
- David Moses / double bass

Releases information

Artwork: CCS with Francine Winham (photo)

LP Island Records ‎- ILPS9091 (1968, UK)
LP Island Records ‎- 5707119 (2017, Europe)

CD Island Remasters ‎- IMCD 173 (1994, Europe)
CD Island Remasters ‎- IMCD 320 (2005, Europe) Remastered by Paschal Byrne

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(18%)
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Collectors/fans only (12%)
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