Talk:So Far So Good (John Martyn album)

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I'd Rather be the Devil[edit]

In my view, the very first line is in error. The track, "I'd Rather be the Devil", is NOT on any of the 3 quoted albums, though it was put onto a much later re-issue of "Solid Air" well after "So Far..." was first issued. However, I don't know if it's the SAME version. I am of the opinion that "...Devil" on "So Far,..." is from the "Live at Leeds" album (as it's a live rendition - NOT a studio recording), but I am unable to confirm. I can tell you that the "So Far..." version has Martyn backed by a Double Bass player (almost certainly Danny Thompson) and a drummer - probably Terry Cox. Thompson & Cox were the rhythm section of Pentangle.

Taff Hewitt (talk) 20:09, 4 November 2012 (UTC)