The Church with One Bell

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The Church with One Bell
Studio album by John Martyn
Released 23 March 1998
Genre Folk/Blues
Label Independiente
Producer Norman Dayron, John Martyn
John Martyn chronology
And
(1997)
The Church with One Bell
(1998)
Glasgow Walker
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
John Martyn´s Website (not rated)[2]

The Church with One Bell is a 1998 covers album by John Martyn. It was recorded in one week at CaVa Sound Studios, Glasgow, Scotland. The CD has a hidden bonus track after a 50 seconds break attached to the last track. It is a slower and remixed version without synthesizer of "How Fortunate The Man With None".

The cover depicts a former church in the village of Roberton in Lanarkshire, Scotland. Martyn, who at that time was living in an adjacent cottage, purchased the church and converted it into a recording studio.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "He's Got All the Whiskey" (Bobby Charles)
  2. "God's Song (That's Why I Love Mankind)" (Randy Newman)
  3. "How Fortunate the Man with None " (Dead Can Dance)
  4. "Small Town Talk" (Bobby Charles, Rick Danko)
  5. "Excuse Me Mister" (Ben Harper)
  6. "Strange Fruit" (Abel Meeropol)
  7. "The Sky Is Crying" (Elmore James)
  8. "Glory Box" (Portishead)
  9. "Feel So Bad" (Lightnin' Hopkins)
  10. "Death Don't Have No Mercy" (Reverend Gary Davis)

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