Getting his albums in chronological order now - he is an amazing artist, its surprising he isn't more well known.
London Conversation is a great debut. His cover of Don't Think Twice is quality, and Back to Stay is one of my favourite of his tracks. You can clearly hear the influence of Bert Jansch on some of his songs as well.
The Tumbler wasn't as good. It just seems too fast tempo and more of a showcase for his guitar skills. The tracks with the jazz flute stand out but the rest didn't impress.
Strombringer and Road To Ruin are both pretty enjoyable and set up Martyn's more laid-back, soft sound. They both got only poorish reviews on amazon.co.uk but I don't see why.
Bless the Weather is one of the best I've got so far - Really laid back music and the lyrics are beautiful.
Solid Air - Great of course
Inside Out is the most recent one I've bought, and probably the best I've heared yet. Its close to a masterpeice, and one of my favourite albums in my collection. The title track is stunning and Beverley is one of the most beautiful songs I've heared.
Just ordered Sunday's Child, Live at Leeds and One World as they were on offer for 3 for £15.
Thanks for bringing him to my attention people