Clay Martin | Let It Roll

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Let It Roll

by Clay Martin

High energy rock with eclectic influences between 70s Classic psychedelic/hard rock and a touch of funk rock with a modern pop twist.
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Let It Roll
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3:21 $1.77
2. Honeybone
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3:11 $1.77
3. I'm the Man
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2:45 $1.77
4. Crazy
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2:43 $1.77
5. Teach 'em How to Live
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3:53 $1.77
6. All I Need
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Rock drummer turned singer/songwriter, Clay Martin’s debut EP “Let It Roll” is a dynamic collection of songs with catchy guitar riffs and memorable hooks that grab you from the start.

From driving hard-edged songs like “I’m The Man” and “HoneyBone” to his arena rock inspired “Let It Roll”, Clay combines his blend of musical styles to forge a magnetic and powerful sound. The journey doesn’t stop there with his ability to funk it up a bit in “Crazy” then switch gears with the laid back mellifluous sounds of “Teach ‘Em How To Live” flowing into the catchy fun rockin’ party song “All I Need”; this EP has something for everyone appealing to indie, alternative, rock and pop listeners alike.

Self produced this time out, Clay wrote, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered “Let It Roll” with the exception of lead guitar. While modest in his accomplishments, it is a solid beginning for his his follow up goal of a full length LP in 2014.


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