The Best Of The Call – The Call – 1997



The Best Of The Call - The Call
The Best Of The Call - The Call

The Call was a rock and new wave band from California that started in 1980 and ended in 2000. They had a distinctive sound that combined political and spiritual themes with catchy melodies and powerful vocals. The band consisted of Michael Been, Scott Musick, Tom Ferrier and Jim Goodwin, who released nine studio albums during their career. Some of their most popular songs include “Let the Day Begin”, “I Still Believe” and “The Walls Came Down”. This album is a collection of their greatest hits, showcasing their musical diversity and talent. It is a tribute to their legacy and influence on American music.

The Best of The Call is a great collection of songs from one of America’s most underrated rock bands. It is a must-have for any fan of The Call



    • The Call
      • Michael Been – Guitar, Bass guitar, Organ, Vocals, Producer
      • Tom Ferrier – Guitar, Vocals
      • Scott Musick – Percussion, Drums
      • Jim Goodwin – Horn, Keyboard, Vocals
      • Greg Freeman – Bass guitar
    • Additional personnel
      • Bruce Cockburn – Guitar
      • Peter Gabriel – Background vocals
      • Jim Keltner – Drums
      • Bono – Background vocals
      • Garth Hudson – Keyboard
      • Joel Jaffe – Sound engineer
      • Pat Johnson – Photography
      • Jim Kerr – Background vocals
      • Daniel Presley – Producer
      • Dan Russell – Compilation producer
      • Don Smith – Producer
      • Eli Braden – Guitar
      • Thom Jurek – Liner notes
      • Jeremy Kunz – Guitar
      • Ralph Patlan – Guitar
      • Danny Horrid – Mastering
      • Bill Winn – Mastering
      • Elvis Wilson – Design
      • Barry Landis – Executive Producer

This information is based on the Wikipedia article The Best of The Call.

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