Fly High / There’s A Place / Suzanne (1972)

Bridget St.John maxi single of Fly High / There’s A Place / Suzanne on the Dandelion label released in 1972. (Dandelion 2001-280).

Fly High is a different recording to that on the album Thank You For… the single being released to support the album release with wonderful vocals from Bridget and some inspirational and soaring echoplex guitar from John.




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John Stevens Away – Anni Part 1 and Part 2

John Stevens Away – Anni Part 1 and Part 2John Stevens Away – Anni Part 1 and 2 on Vertigo (6059 140, released 4 June 1976).

John takes lead vocal and also plays lead and rhythm guitar, other musicians are Robert Calvert (sax), Dave Cole (electric guitar), Nick Stephens (bass guitar), Ron Herman (bass) and of course John Stevens (drums).




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Ask Me No Questions (1969)

Released in early 1969. John plays guitar on  a number of tracks. Recorded at CBS Studios.

Ask Me No Questions1.    To Be Without A Hitch
2.    Autumn Lullaby
3.    Curl Your Toes
4.    Like Never Before
5.    The Curious Crystals Of Unusual Purity
6.    Barefeet And Hot Pavements
7.    I Like To Be With You In The Sun (Song for the laird of Connaught Hall)
8.    Lizard-Long-Tongue Boy
9.    Hello Again (Of Course)
10.    Many Happy Returns
11.    Broken Faith
12.    Ask Me No Questions

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One House Left Standing (1971)

Claire Hamill’s One House Left Standing album was released in late 1971. John plays guitar on Baseball Blues and The Man Who Cannot See Tomorrow’s Sunshine. The album was co-produced by Island Records Chris Blackwell and John McCoy for Decoy Productions.

One House Left Standing1.    Baseball Blues
2.    The Man Who Cannot See Tomorrow’s Sunshine
3.    Consummation
4.    The River Song
5.    Where Are Your Smiles At
6.    When I Was A Child
7.    Urge For Going
8.    Flowers For Grandma
9.    The Phoenix
10.    Smile Your Blues Away

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Thank You For (1972)

Thank You For by Bridget St. John was released in 1972. John contributes guitar on the track Fly High with subtle use of echoplex.

Thank You For1.    Nice
2.    Thank You For…
3.    Lazarus
4.    Goodbaby Goodbye
5.    Love Minus Zero, No Limit
6.    Silver Coin
7.    Happy Day
8.    Fly High
9.    To Leave Your Cover
10.    Every Day
11.    A Song Is As Long As It Wants To Go On

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Back Street Crawler (1973)

Paul Kossoff’s Back Street Crawler was released in November 1973.  The third track, Time Away, is an impromptu jam between John and Kossoff that resulted from a studio session to record John’s single release of May You Never on 19th November 1971 at Island Records Basing Street Studios. The full 18 minute version of Time Away was subsequently released on the Free Boxed Set – Songs Of Yesterday.

Back Street Crawler lp1.    Tuesday Morning
2.    I’m Ready
3.    Time Away  (Paul Kossoff/John Martyn)
4.    Molten Gold
5.    Back Street Crawler (Don’t Need You No More)




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