Mick Martin & The Blues Rockers – Long Distance Call
The leader of the Blues Rockers since the early 70's, Mick Martin has been one of the most dependable members of the West Coast blues scene. Starting his band when he discovered late 60's blues/rock fusion groups like the Rolling Stones, Martin stayed around the Sacramento area for years. Releasing album after album, Martin eventually built up a strong reputation and began performing with big name artists such as Grover Washington Jr. and Bo Diddley as his name spread.
1. Crosscut Saw / Just A Little Bit - 4:27 2. Call My Job - 5:52 3. Hallelujah, I Love Her So - 3:35 4. Talk To Me Baby (I Can't Hold Out) - 4:34 5. The Sky Is Crying - 7:25 6. Dimples - 4:42 7. Wall To Wall - 5:23 8. Back Door Man - 4:02 9. Don't Let My Baby Ride - 5:25 10. Tougher Than Life - 3:07 11. Long Distance Call - 6:36 12. I'm Ready - 4:46 13. Stop Breaking My Heart - 4:49 14. Got To Love You Baby - 5:45
Mick Martin (lead vocals, harmonica, percussion) , Tim Barnes (guitar, lead vocals on 5, 9) , Steve Schofer (bass, backing vocals) , Jerry Banks (drums, percussion, leading vocals on 7, 12)
Produced by Mick Martin
Engineered adn Mixed by Alan Ward at Private Life Studio - Strombeek Bever
Mastered by Alan Ward at Electric City - Brussels
Executive Producer: Nico A. Mertens