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Customer Reviews

Brand New Day

If anything bad could be said, it would be that the songs are too short and missing the improvisation one expects from these guys. Maybe more harmonica would add nicely to the mix too.

Brand New Day should be the title track. (I understand that Steve Schofer, base, wrote this wonderful piece.) It represents what the album is, a departure from the past and a step into the future. Yet a tentative one, as it needs the fluidity, ease and grace of past work. Obviously a lot of work went into this. It is very professional stuff, but probably needs the live audience exposure that touring provides to hone them to perfection.

All in all, a wonderful beginning. Congratulations gentlemen, on what looks like a bright future. Great music as usual.
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Biography

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s

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...
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