Beck, Snow Patrol, Devendra Banhart for John Martyn tribute album

Beck, Snow Patrol, Devendra Banhart for John Martyn tribute album

[b]Beck[/b], [b]Snow Patrol[/b] and [b]Devendra Banhart[/b] are among the acts who are will appear on an upcoming tribute album for the late [b]John Marytn[/b].

[b]The Cure[/b]'s [b]Robert Smith[/b], who was confirmed for the compilation earlier this year, and other names on the tracklisting include [b]Lisa Hannigan[/b], [b]Blackships[/b]' (featuring [b]The Verve[/b]'s [b]Nick McCabe[/b] and [b]Simon Jones[/b]), [b]Vetiver[/b] and [b]David Gray[/b].

The release date for the as-yet untitled LP is still to be announced and as Twenty Four Bit reports, other acts could well be included on the album.

The tentative tracklisting for the [b]John Marytn[/b] tribute album is as follows:

[b]'Stormbringer' (Beck)
'May You Never' (Snow Patrol)
'Small Hours' (Robert Smith)
'Rope Soul'd or Sapphire' (Blackships)
'Go Down Easy' (Beth Orton)
'Let The Good Things Come' (David Gray)
'Couldn't Love You More' (Lisa Hannigan)
'I Don't Want to Know' (The Swell Season)
'One World' (Paolo Nutini)
'Sweet Little Mystery' (Devendra Banhart)
'Go Easy' (Vetiver)
'Head & Heart' (Vashti Bunyan)
'Solid Air' (Skye Edwards)
'Over The Hill' (Ted Barnes Featuring Gavin Clark)
'Glorious Fool' (The Blind Boys Of Alabama)
'Anna' (Brendan Campbell)
'Dancing' (Sonia Dada)
'Certain Surprise' (Sabrina Dinan)
'Oh My God' (John Wayne)
'Clutches' (Foley)
'Angeline' (Nicholas Barron)
'You Can Discover' (Cheryl Wilson)[/b]

[url=]The British singer-songwriter died in 2009[/url].

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