Three Day Weekend

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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
With its Wurlitzer harmonies and wah-wah guitar splashes echoing Earth, Wind & Fire-like singalong vocals by Calvin Baugh, the opening track on Evan Marks' Three Day Weekend - "I Like My Wah Wah Funky" leads us to believe we might have stumbled upon yet another soul-colored 70s tribute. But Marks does even more impressive time traveling than that; he runs the gamut from the surf guitar 60's through the heavy metal 80s and on into the trip-hop production of the current decade. Digging into the low registers of the Fender and Gretch guitars on "Shakedown," Marks creates an atmosphere that could work with any spy thriller of the 60s - if only Rob Whitlock's alternating...
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All Music Guide - Jonathan Widran
With its Wurlitzer harmonies and wah-wah guitar splashes echoing Earth, Wind & Fire-like singalong vocals by Calvin Baugh, the opening track on Evan Marks' Three Day Weekend - "I Like My Wah Wah Funky" leads us to believe we might have stumbled upon yet another soul-colored 70s tribute. But Marks does even more impressive time traveling than that; he runs the gamut from the surf guitar 60's through the heavy metal 80s and on into the trip-hop production of the current decade. Digging into the low registers of the Fender and Gretch guitars on "Shakedown," Marks creates an atmosphere that could work with any spy thriller of the 60s - if only Rob Whitlock's alternating on Wurlitzer and B-3 didn't thrust the melodic core into the 70s so often. Even more powerful are the in your face, Van Halen like crunching vamps which propel "Antarctica" whose main melody Marks plays in a less aggressive Wes Montgomery style, albeit over edgy electronic percussion and "No Fly Zone, " which features a powerful duality by Marks and one of Art Porter's last guest spots on alto the album is dedicated to his memory.
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  • Release Date: 1/13/1998
  • Label: Polygram Records
  • UPC: 731453769021
  • Catalog Number: 537690

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Evan Marks Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Keyboards, Talk Box, fender rhodes, wah wah guitar
Tom Aros Percussion
Lynn Davis Vocals
Guy Eckstine Drums, Keyboards, Vocals
Mark Hunter Fretless Bass Guitar
Alec Milstein Bass, 5-string Bass
John Rekevics Saxophone
Warren Wiebe Vocals
Rob Whitlock Hammond Organ, fender rhodes, Wurlitzer
Calvin Baugh Keyboards, Vocals, Vocoder, Synthesizer Bass
Ari Ambrose Tenor Saxophone
Technical Credits
Guy Eckstine Producer, drum programming
Alec Milstein Contributor
Evan Marks Arranger, Producer, drum programming
John Pace Engineer
Giulio Turturro Art Direction
Scott Hull Mastering
Mark Shapiro Engineer
John Opferkuch Composer
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