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Moon Martin - Rolene (Vinyl)

8 thoughts on “ Moon Martin - Rolene (Vinyl)

  1. "Rolene" and "Dreamer" have charm, and Martin keeps things interesting with a Henry Gross-type vocal which falls somewhere between John Denver and Elvis Costello. Craig Leon's production is thin, but it works well enough for Moon Martin to get his point across/5(10).
  2. Music fans can be forgiven for putting stock in the occasion surfacing of rumors that Moon Martin had died. After releasting four albums between and , no new Moon Martin album was released until Martin’s music has clearly evolved in his latest efforts while still retaining his rockabilly roots.
  3. A total of five albums in a five-year span followed, including such titles as 's Victim of Romance EP (whose track, "Bad Case of Lovin' You," would become a hit when covered by Robert Palmer), 's Shots From a Cold Nightmare/Escape From Domination (which scored Moon his sole hit single, "Rolene"), 's Street Fever, and 's Mystery.
  4. Moon Martin A: Rolene B: Dangerous: Capitol Japan: ECR 20 Nov 7" 1: Moon Martin A: Signal For Help B: Bad News: Capitol Japan: ECS 7" 0: Moon Martin A: X-Ray Vision B: Deeper (Into Love) Capitol Japan: ECS 1 Jun 7" 0 Netherlands: Moon Martin A: Dreamer B: Rolene: Capitol Netherlands: 1A
  5. John David "Moon" Martin (born October 31, ) is a singer and songwriter. Originally a rockabilly artist from Altus, Oklahoma, Martin is best known for writing the songs "Bad Case Of Lovin' You (Doctor, Doctor)" made famous by English singer Robert Palmer and "Cadillac Walk" made famous by American singer Willy cethischillbinderbandinadar.xyzinfo gained recognition in the s as a pop artist and composer.
  6. The New Music & Original Artwork Vinyl Club. "Honestly, I can’t with Vinyl Moon. They ALWAYS go above and beyond not just to share amazing new music with us .
  7. Mar 11,  · I've been a Moon Martin fan ever since hearing "Rolene" on the radio forty years ago. John "Moon" Martin was a member of the country-rock band Southwind from through Plans for a solo LP with Jack Nitzche fell through.
  8. Moon Martin also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. You Can't Change That; 2. Hot Child In The City; 3. Rolene; 4. Jeans On; 5. Isn't It Time; 6. Ebony Eyes; 7. Too Late Too Turn Back Now; 8. This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) 9. Southern Nights; Last Song.

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