Martyn Barker

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Martyn Barker (born 14 September 1959, Merseyside) is an English drummer, percussionist, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer, best known as the drummer for Shriekback. [1] He has also been a member of King Swamp, [2] and worked with Robert Plant, Marianne Faithfull, Sarah Jane Morris, Billy Bragg, Beth Gibbons, Rustin Man, Alain Bashung and Juldeh Camara and Justin Adams. He currently has co-written and co-produced two records with songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Talitha Rise, as well as producing and drumming for acts worldwide.

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References

  1. "Shriekback's Barry is back". The Sydney Morning Herald. 28 September 1986. p. 76.
  2. "Clementine' Calendar". The Milwaukee Journal. 14 July 1989. p. 51.