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Tribute to The Call’s Michael Been, Featuring his Son, Released in Deluxe CD/DVD Set

The Call: A Tribute to Michael BeenFor one night, powerful-yet-underrated ’80s rockers The Call reformed in an astonishingly special way.

On April 19, 2013, the band members stepped onstage at The Troubadour in West Hollywood to pay tribute to lead vocalist and bassist Michael Been, who had died in 2010 of a heart attack.

Been’s bassist/vocalist son, Robert Levon Been, of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club stood in for his dad, taking the stage holding his father’s iconic fretless bass.

Now those who weren’t at The Troubadour that night can experience the event, with the release of The Call: A Tribute to Michael Been Featuring Robert Levon Been of B.M.R.C., a CD/DVD deluxe package that documents the performance both aurally and through a stunning full-length concert film.

Here’s a bit of what you’ll find on the set:

The Call: A Tribute to Michael Been Featuring Robert Levon Been of B.M.R.C. is out now as a deluxe CD/DVD set and digital download (iTunes or Amazon MP3).

The Call: A Tribute to Michael Been Track List:

  1. Everywhere I Go
  2. I Still Believe
  3. I Don’t Wanna
  4. Floating Back
  5. Into the Woods
  6. Turn a Blind Eye
  7. Oklahoma
  8. You Were There
  9. Red Moon
  10. Let the Day Begin
  11. Modern Romans
  12. You Run
  13. The Walls Came Down
  14. Uncovered
  15. The Morning
  16. Think It Over
  17. Swim in the Ocean
  18. What’s Happened to You
  19. Same Old Story

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