Wake Up Call
"Wake Up Call" is the 2003 CD release from California axeman Gary Hoey, who offers a blend of 5 new vocal cuts with 6 new instrumental tracks, along with 4 previously released instrumental Hoey-ism's such as "Low Rider", "Hocus Pocus", "Linus And Lucy" and "Drive". The CD kicks off with a cover of Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein", and the high energy track sets the mood for the material that follows. Over the past 15 years, Gary Hoey has established himself as one of the world's top instrumental rock guitarists, praised not only for his technical prowess, but even more so for his unique sense of melody and soul. "Wake Up Call" is the latest in a string of successful records for Gary Hoey.
|03:20||It Don't Mean Nothin'||Vocal|
|03:41||Wake Up Call||Vocal|
|04:21||Last Good Nerve||Vocal|
|03:37||Big Step Back||Vocal|
|02:45||Devil's On The Phone||Vocal|
|03:35||Linus And Lucy||Instrumental|
|Gary Hoey||Guitars, Vocals, Production, Engineering|
|Gregg Bissonette||Drums on Tracks 12 and 13|
|Tony Franklin||Bass on Tracks 12-15|
|Frankie Banali||Drums on Tracks 14 and 15|
|Stuart Ziff||Rhythm Guitar and Additional Vocals on Track 8|
|Jesus Florido||Violin on Track 7|
|Jean Marie Horvat||Additional Vocals on Track 8, Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Dave Kaplan||Executive Production, Production on "Frankenstein"|
|Nina Shin||Production Coordination|
|Recorded at Silvercloud Recording (Burbank, CA) and OZ Studios.
Mixed at OZ Studios (Valencia, CA).
Mastered at Threshold Sound (Los Angeles, CA).
Design by Spork Productions and Shaddox Design.