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Saturday, March 10, 2012

Mick Martin & The Blues Rockers 2002 Tip Of The Hat

Genre: Blues
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:00:47
Size: 83,70 MB

United States

Tip Of The Hat is a tribute CD of sorts. On this disc, Mick Martin gives a tip of the hat to British Blues bands of the 60's, selecting some obscure songs that are in some way representative of compositions released by these British bands over the years and which influenced many American musicians. Covered here are Procol Harum's "Whiskey Train", Manfred Mann's "Empty Heart" and the Stones version of "Little Red Rooster" to name a few. Mick Martin and crew do a fine job recreating the 60's sound and Mick's voice never sounded better. Favourite track, Jethro Tull's "It's Breaking Me Up". Nothing original but, fun nonetheless. (deepbluereview)


Mick Martin (vocals, harmonica)
Tim Barnes (vocal, guitar)
Steve Schofer (vocals, bass)
Paul Boutiette (flute, saxophone)
Jackie Greene (piano)


01 - Whisky Train 04:12

02 - I'm Your Kingpin 03:12

03 - Gotta See Her Tonight 03:23

04 - Dear Jill 05:09

05 - It's Breaking Me Up 04:25

06 - No Questions 04:04

07 - Empty Heart 05:54

08 - She's Got A Ring In His Nose 02:27

09 - Broken Wings 03:38

10 - Got To Get The First Plane Home - It's All Right 03:19

11 - Riding On The L & N 03:42

12 - Red Rooster 06:04

13 - Momma Keep Your Big Mouth Shut 05:47

14 - Ridin' In The Moonlight 05:31

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