The Call

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

The Call - The Call The Call
Pop Used - LP SRM 1-4037 Mercury
1982 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back. Featuring Garth Hudson And Produced By Hugh Padgham. Custom Inner Sleeve With Lyrics.... more details
 
The Call - Reconciled Reconciled
Pop New - LP 60440 Elektra
Sealed 1986 Original With Tiny Saw Cut. “Though None Of The Singles From The Call's Reconciled Made A Dent On The Pop Charts, The Anthemic March "I Still Believe" And The Galloping "Everywhere I Go" (With Backup Vocals By Jim Kerr And Peter Gabriel) Both Received Significant AOR And College Radio Airplay. It Significantly Raised The Profile Of The Quartet And Their Earnest, U2-Like Brand Of Rock. It Is Easy To Apply Spiritual Overtones To The Socially Conscious Lyrics, But The Words Are Malleable Enough To Be Mainstream And Only On Occasion Become Heavy Handed ("Blood Red (America)"). Robbie Robertson Plays Guitar On The Thundering Stomp "The Morning" And The Song Itself Has The Same Vibe As The Band's Later Hit "Let The Day Begin." Some Of The Keyboards Sound A Bit Dated, But, Overall, Reconciled Is Enjoyable And Established The Band As One Of The Better Purveyors Of '80s "Big Music."” – Tom Demalon, AMG... more details
 
The Call - Reconciled Reconciled
Pop Used - LP 60440 Elektra
1986 Original With Tiny Saw Cut. Front Cover Has 2 Small Printing Anomaly (See Scan). The Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Though None Of The Singles From The Call's Reconciled Made A Dent On The Pop Charts, The Anthemic March "I Still Believe" And The Galloping "Everywhere I Go" (With Backup Vocals By Jim Kerr And Peter Gabriel) Both Received Significant AOR And College Radio Airplay. It Significantly Raised The Profile Of The Quartet And Their Earnest, U2-Like Brand Of Rock. It Is Easy To Apply Spiritual Overtones To The Socially Conscious Lyrics, But The Words Are Malleable Enough To Be Mainstream And Only On Occasion Become Heavy Handed ("Blood Red (America)"). Robbie Robertson Plays Guitar On The Thundering Stomp "The Morning" And The Song Itself Has The Same Vibe As The Band's Later Hit "Let The Day Begin." Some Of The Keyboards Sound A Bit Dated, But, Overall, Reconciled Is Enjoyable And Established The Band As One Of The Better Purveyors Of '80s "Big Music."” – Tom Demalon, AMG... more details
 

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