All This Time

Lindsay Martell

Canadian singer/songwriter. Lindsay's voice and acoustic guitar form the foundation for these full band productions of his songs, drawing from his roots in folk, rock, country and blues.

This album was recorded in 2006/'07, then remixed and mastered, by Chris Aiken at Studio 124, Warsaw Poland, and finally released to the world in 2016. Musicians involved : Lindsay Martell vocals and guitars, Chris Aiken drums and percussion, Todd Sacerty bass, Mike Norman keyboards, Camille Miller vocals, Brock Miller Gang horns (Here I Am), Pat Steward drums (Great Provider), Rob Becker bass (Great Provider), Robbie Steininger banjo (Open Road) and mandolin (Shake Your Tambourine).

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Trouble in Paradise

Lindsay Martell

Acoustic guitar, soulful voice and strong melodies drive these folk/rock songs of life and learning.

"Trouble In Paradise" is a collection of songs written by Lindsay Martell between 2008 - 2010. Released in 2011. The songs were recorded by Lindsay in his apartment in Warsaw Poland. Further tracking, mixing, mastering and co-producing by Ferid Lakhdar in his studio in Warsaw. Guitars and Vocals, Lindsay. Additional Guitar, Bass Ferid. Drum Programming Lindsay and Ferid. Keyboards, Steve O'Connor. Drums (Somebody Like You) Chris Aiken.The song "Home" was selected and used for a short musical documentary film, starring Lindsay and produced by Grape Film Studio's Warsaw as part of the studios commitment for a European telephone service provider's advertising campaign.

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r_evolution

Lindsay Martell

Singer/songwriter - Vocals, guitar. Melodic guitar based songs blending influences from folk to rock.

Lindsay grew up in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. He mixes those folky celtic roots with a healthy dose of country rock, adds a topping of west coast soul and delivers heartfelt songs of yearning and learning. These guitar based pop songs cross genres and were recorded in multiple studios with different co-producers. Three songs were recorded and co-produced by Bob Benson at Mix This Studios in Victoria, Canada, six by Chris Aiken at Sound Design Studios in Warsaw, Poland. The instrumentation and production varies with the songs and the studios, but Lindsay's voice remains honest and endearing and the unifying force throughout the album. All songs written by Lindsay Martell. Guitars and vocals, Lindsay. Bass, Brian Newcombe. Drums, Bill Hicks and Chris Aiken. Backing Vocals by Camille Miller. Sax by Brock Miller.

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Moris

Moris

4pc guitar pop band, raw, and urgent with jangly guitars, hooks, harmonies, and funky driven rhythms. Moris is an award winning 1996 project by Lindsay Martell, Jason Euringer, Todd Sacerty and Bob Wilson.

Released independently in 1996 this energetic 4 pc. band crossed over from folk to rock with a raw and urgent Canadian rock sound. Features Lindsay Martell on lead vocals and guitar, Jason Euringer on guitar and vocals, Todd Sacerty on bass and Bob Wilson on drums. All songs written by Lindsay Martell and Moris except "Room With the Sir John A. View, written by Sarah Harmer. Moris was recorded and co-produced by Rick Salt at Island Pacific Studios in Nanaimo, Canada. Guest appearances by Sarah Harmer (Room with Sir John A View), Kate Fenner, and Ken Hamm (Fools Parade). The album attracted radio attention, winning awards in demo competitions with both C-FOX in Vancouver, and Q-100 in Victoria with it's single 10:10 in rotation. The band was featured on 92.9 Fm's Locals Only program in Bellingham, Washington, U.S.A. and Much Music from Toronto's "Much West" television program. Moris, the only CD released by the band resonates loudly still, and has become a collectors item for fans of the band and those looking for Lindsay Martell's earliest release as a songwriter.

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The Covid pandemic inspired " This Divide," written, performed and recorded by Lindsay Martell is offered as a free download. 

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