Stan martin dr cool


Martin, Stan - Stan Martin is Dr. Cool

Format: LP
Label: Ram Records RR 001
Year: 1978
Origin: St. Andrews, Jamaica - London, England - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan - Hamilton, Ontario
Genre: funk, soul
Value of Original Title: $200.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Canadian as Funk, Ontario, 1970's, Beautiful Black Canadians, The Ultimate Jamaica to Ontario Collection, Top 50 Black Canadian Albums, MOCM Top 1000 Canadian Albums


Side 1

Track Name
You Know I Love You
In Your Eyes
Come to the Party
Beautiful Girl

Side 2

Track Name
Love at First Site
Dr. Cool
Big Mouth Woman
Hop Skipping the Boogie
Let Me Wait



Dr. Cool


Promo Poster 1975


The Caribeans, 1968


The Stan Martin Review


The Sunbeams 1971


Marigold Ad, 1968


Stan Martin 1964


Stan Martin vinyl side 1


Stan Martin vinyl side 2


Stan Martin jacket back

Stan martin dr cool

Stan Martin is Dr. Cool


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September, 2010:
Stan Martin was another of those gifted Jamaican musicians that emigrated to Canada in the 1960's. And he did it in style, arriving in Canada on July 1, 1967 in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. In Stan Martin, Canada received a musical gift. Stan Martin was to become a Canadian recording pioneer. After moving his family to Hamilton, he proceeded to create his own music label, to write the music and lyrics for nine of the ten tracks on his album, and to produce the record himself. He did it all because he loved music.

Stan Martin’s monster recording of “Stan Martin is Dr. Cool” is a gem from start to finish and includes the much sought-after single cut "Big Mouth Woman". This is a solid session spanning dancefloor grooves to soulful ballads all with Mr. Martin's unmistakable Island-tinged touch - and all on Stan's private Ram Records label.

“Thanks to some wonderful friends who helped to make this album possible”.

Stan Martin’s family are now making this album available for the first time since it was originally released 32 years ago. It was originally released in quantities of about 500 pressings. Listening to this album will bring enjoyment to your life.

John T. Davis: keyboards
Bobby Boyer: bass
Dimitri Brown: guitar, vocals
Jimmy Heineman: alto, flute, fife
Bobby Brough: tenor, baritone, soprano
Rick Cameron: drums, percussion
Billy Blackburn: drums
Eric Heineman: vocals
“Tiki” Mercury-Clarke: vocals

Arrangements by John T. Davis and Stan Martin
Horn arrangements by Jimmy Heineman and Bobby Brough

Produced by Stan Martin
Engineered by John Dell and Doug McKenzie
Mix-down engineering by John Dell
Recorded at Masters Workshop Studio, Rexdale, Ontario
Mastered at JMF LTD., Toronto, Ontario

Photo by Dale Creasy


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