Philentropy is a live album by John Martyn.
It was recorded at three concerts:
- “Hung Up” & “Don’t Want To Know” were recorded live at the Apollo Theatre, Oxford in the autumn of 1982;
- “Johnnie Too Bad” & “Make No Mistake” were recorded live at the Dome,Brighton again in the autumn 1982.
- “Sunday’s Child”, “Lookin’ On”, “Root Love” & “Smiling Stranger” were recorded in London during spring 1983.
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Songs On John Martyn Philentropy
1. Make No Mistake (originally on the studio album Inside Out)
2. Don’t Want To Know (Solid Air)
3. Root Love (Sunday’s Child)
4. Lookin On (Grace and Danger)
5. Hung Up (Well Kept Secret)
6. Johnnie Too Bad (Grace and Danger)
7. Sunday’s Child (Sunday’s Child)
8. Smiling Stranger (One World)
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