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Article Title: Undrugged/Being There
Author of reported comment: Jerry Thompson
Comment Date: 20:18 on Sep 4 2010
Comment: The live album An Aching And A Longing from 1989 was the first Martyn Joseph recording I bought and it's a powerfully charged top quality acoustic set. From this 1993 double CD I found Being There, although of a high musical standard, to be a bit of a downer. Now Undrugged, that's another matter entirely. Yes many of the Being There songs are duplicated, but I find they are given more life and commitment than on the studio collection. Martyn has a good stab at Larry Norman's The Great American Novel, there's a lovely warm I Will Be Waiting, a moving Swansea and best of all a storming rendition of Billy Joel's Piano Man. Martyn Joseph fans are likely to enjoy this live show, although I am not so keen on Please Sir and Working Mother.
   
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