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Artist: Boetz

Title: Call to Arms

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Americelt Music/ BMI

Catalog Number: ?

Personnel

Ernest Robert Boetz Vocals, Guitar
Lucky Forrester Guitar
Lee Taylor Bass
Pat Turner Drums

Tracks

1.  Call to Arms  
2.  Greenback Crack  
3.  Weak in the Knees  
4.  Rock-N-Roll is Good  
5.  Shinin'  
6.  Getting Over You  
7.  Oh Boy!  
8.  Don't Mean A Thing  
9.  Wish  
10.  Almost to Scotland  

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From: Delbert Date: February 2, 2008 at 12:55
What a truly pleasant surprise this one was the first time I gave it a listen. It gives a stiff middle finger to the rock of the new millennium. Somebody has to keep the spirit of bluesy, no-messin' hard rock alive. Virtually a one-man band, Ernie bows deeply at the altar of mighty gods like Ted Nugent, Angus Young, Lemmy Kilminster and Ronnie Van Zant. The vocals on the very first track are handled by MOTORHEAD'S Lemmy Kilmister. Call to Arms" is full of rough energy and memorable hooks. Not a

From: Delbert Date: February 2, 2008 at 12:56
filler track anywhere on this disc. What you hear is straight forward, bluesy hard rock that moves like a freight train. By the way, Boetz is Earnest Robert Boetz, who performs all the instruments and vocals with the exception of some drum tracks and the vocals on track 1......and what a job he does. There is a cover of the old Buddy Holly and The Crickets hit "Oh Boy" that really blows you away.......Fans of BAD COMPANY, AEROSMITH, and DOKKEN will truly enjoy this sweet jewel.

From: Erikk Date: August 14, 2021 at 14:22
Ok blues rock. Would not call this a jewel. Quite average. Best song is the closer of the Album Almost to Scotland. Catchy up tempo hooking song.


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