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House Call

Title : House Call
Release Date : May 21, 2013

You can pick up a copy of the recording on CD BABY

You can Listen, Buy and Download the MP3s on iTunes

House Call presents 11 originals and two covers spanning acoustic country blues and R&B from Marshall Lawrence backed by Dave “Hurricane” Hoerl (harmonica), Russell Jackson (upright bass), David Aide (Hammond B-3 organ), Barry Allen (background vocals), Dwayne Hrinkiw (drums) and special guests, the “legendary” Holmes Brothers.

Here’s what reviewers have been saying about House Call

“5***** for “House Call”… I highly doubt there will be a better Acoustic Blues Album released in Canada for 2013..” John Vermilyea of Blues Underground Network

“…One of the best acoustic blues-albums of 2013 (House Call)” … Nathan Norgell, Wasser-Prawda Magazine

“House Call” marks the 4th release by Marshall Lawrence, and has no problem at all confirming that Canada’s best Acoustic Slide & Finger-Style Blues and Roots artist, shows absolutely no signs of slowing down….” John Vermilyea of Blues Underground Network…

“…As good as his previous release was, Marshall Lawrence surpasses it with House Call, giving the Delta Blues a fresh original spin…” Graham Clarke – Blues Bytes

“…Lawrence’s kinetic fretwork, his highly original songwriting, and his fresh interpretations of classic blues tunes really stand out… Lawrence’s original tunes are uniformly excellent and his delivery, both on guitar and singing is very entertaining…If you’re a fan of acoustic blues, you’ll like this one. If you’re not a fan, you will be after you listen…” Graham Clarke – Friday Blues Fix

“…Marshall Lawrence has got what it takes. A top-notch player backed with an equally talented band Marshall Lawrence is the real deal and House Call is one fine piece of work….” Bill Wilson Billtown Blues Association

“…Lawrence gets it. He knows how to play the blues… Lawrence is a storyteller. His voice is pleasant, his guitar work grooves, and his stories communicate the blues. This is a nice acoustic set that deserves to be enjoyed….” (Review of House Call) Nik Rodewald – Blues Rock Review

Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues