|Studio album by John Martyn|
|Producer||John Martyn, Spencer Cozens|
|John Martyn chronology|
Glasgow Walker is a 2000 album by Scotland-based singer-songwriter John Martyn. It was his first album to be written on a keyboard rather than a guitar, after a suggestion from his friend Phil Collins. It contains a trip-hop song, "Cool In This Life", after John experimented with trip-hop on his earlier album And. Kathryn Williams is featured on backing vocals on "Can't Live Without" and "The Field of Play." The album was dedicated to Rod Woolnough.
All tracks composed by John Martyn except where indicated.
- "So Sweet" - 4:50
- "Wildflower" - 6:24
- "The Field of Play" - 5:48
- "Cool In This Life" - 4:20
- "Feel So Good" - 5:20
- "Cry Me A River" (Arthur Hamilton) - 5:45
- "Mama T" - 5:52
- "Can't Live Without" - 4:12
- "The Cat Won't Work Tonight" - 4:57
- "You Don't Know What Love Is" (Gene DePaul, Don Raye) - 5:19
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