The January Man: Live In Belfast 1978

Martin Carthy

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Hux Records
January 24, 2011

Format: Compact Disc



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As the father figure and guiding spirit of the English folk revival of the 1960s, Martin Carthy was involved in the formation of at least three major English folk-rock bands: Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span and The Albion Band.

Paul Simon, Bob Dylan and Richard Thompson all cite Carthy as a direct influence.

Despite a solo career spanning several decades, 'The January Man' is the first ever official release of a Martin Carthy live solo album, and is released with Carthy's full approval.

This towering performance, recorded in FM quality in 1978, shows an artist who was a legend even then and whose brilliance is merely underlined with the passing of time.

Limited edition digipack includes booklet with extensive liner notes featuring reminiscences from Carthy himself.

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Key Value
Catalogue number HUX119
Barcode 0682970001197
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. The Rainbow -
2. The Worcestershire Wedding (The Old Woman All Clothed In Grey) -
3. William & Nancy -
4. The Trees They Grow So High -
5. Willie's Lady -
6. Johnny Sands -
7. The Green Wedding -
8. The Siege Of Delhi -
9. The Plains Of Waterloo -
10. The Harvest Feast Song -
11. Prince Heathen -
12. The January Man -
13. The Bonny Black Hare -