Pretty good, maybe the material was a little on the thin side. Would be good for the sound tracks of any more spaghetti westerns. I do like the use of the Fender 6 Bass, shame though that more wasn't made of the variety of tone that can be obtained from these instruments.
Martin Belmont's debut album, 'Big Guitar', is by no means easy to find these days, but if you're lucky enough to track down a copy, there are a cornucopia of treats in store. Much of this album features Martin playing his Fender Bass VI baritone guitar, a plangent and hugely atmospheric instrument. There's some Duan Eddy style instrumental flair, a couple of Belmont vocals that show he can sing, too, and, my favourite - a swinging instrumental excursion called 'Rockin' Hawk', a version of an old New Orleans tune that also has a lovely Geraint Watkins organ solo that complements Belmont's sweet toned Stratocaster lead wonderfully. An underrated treat.
This is a super album for those that like a Big Guitar sound similar to Duane Eddy. If ever you get chance to see this man play live, do so. He is Hank Wangford's guitar man. The six string bass sounds awesome in his hands