Moon Martin

John David "Moon" Martin (born October 31, 1950) is a singer and songwriter. Originally a rockabilly artist from Altus, Oklahoma, Martin is best known for writing the songs "Bad Case Of Lovin' You (Doctor, Doctor)" made famous by English singer Robert Palmer and "Cadillac Walk" made famous by American singer Willy DeVille. Martin gained recognition in the 1970s as a pop artist and composer. He was given the nickname "Moon" because many of his songs had "moon" in the lyrics. Read more on
Dreams on File
Rock 'n' Roll Radio
Stuck Inside of Mobile (With the Memphis Blue Again)
Under Investigation
Cadillac Walk
Never Could Say Goodbye
Rock Bottom
That Blond
With a Girl
What's She Doing With You
Let It Rock
Street Fever
Five Days of Fever
S.O.S. (Signal for Help)
Pushed Around
Love Gone Bad
Breakout Tonight
No Dice
Cross Your Fingers
Rollin' in My Rolls
Shots From a Cold Nightmare
Victim of Romance
Nite Thoughts
Paid Killer
Cadillac Walk
Bad Case of Lovin' You
Hands Down
All I've Got to Do
You Don't Care About Me
She's a Pretender