Johnny Markin – The Call Home – 1991

One of my favourite parts of this project is that sometimes I am introduced to artists I didn’t know anything about and this is one of those artists. The reason I have never heard of him is because his 5 albums were only released in the U.K. I have no idea why his albums weren’t picked up by a North American label but they weren’t. It was insinuated to me that this was due to ICC Records not playing nicely with others but I don’t know if that’s true. Anyway this is a great album. It has a solid 80’s feel and I quite enjoyed it. Unfortunately it was released in 1991 which leaves it a little late for it’s style but that wasn’t that important in the CCM genre. If you only have time for one track listen to “Battle Lines” which is actually a pretty good Rock & Roll track.

1 – Hold On To The Love – 5:13
2 – Runnin’ Hard Tonight – 3:45
3 – Hardened Heart – 4:12
4 – Must Be More – 4:19
5 – The Call Home – 5:25
6 – The Master’s Voice – 4:41
7 – Be My Guide – 4:24
8 – Only To Be My Servant – 4:38
9 – Small Price To Pay – 4:11
10 – Battle Lines – 4:14

Coordinator [Project] – Peter Martin
Engineer, Mixed By, Sampler – Matthias Kaufmann
Producer [Assistant], Engineer, Organ [Lezly Speaker Operation], Sampler – Mike Newbon
Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, Sequencer, Drum Programming, Sampler – Johnny Markin

Companies, etc.
Copyright © – Daybreak Music Ltd
Published By – Daybreak Music Ltd
Published By – Rare Bear Music
Recorded At – ICC Studios

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Author: Ray Mansfield

One of the founding cowboys of Real 80s CCM. Been listening to this stuff since 1978.

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