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St. Mary's Street

by Mark Searcy

Grooving Rock & Blues from 2014 Texas Music Award's - Musician of the Year....
Genre: Blues: Blues-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fly
4:17 album only
2. Mississippi Morning
1:24 album only
3. Traveling Riverside Blues
4:28 album only
4. Vision of St. Mary
5:49 album only
5. Choo Choo
4:51 album only
6. Kiss Me Down Slowly
4:13 album only
7. Bad Dogs
4:24 album only
8. Same Old Blues
5:58 album only
9. Big Faith
4:19 album only


Album Notes
I’m excited to announce the release “St. Mary’s Street” which will also be available on Vinyl (November 2015). I’ve teamed up again with Frank Lisenbee at Scorpio Studios and working with some great musicians including D.C. Olson (bass), Chris Doege – formally of The Departed (percussion), and special guests Candice Sanders (backup vocals), Steve Littleton (B3 organ), and long time friend, Sean Womack.

St. Mary’s Street is a new direction for me in songwriting and performance. First, there’s a deep spiritual inspiration for me on this release that permeates the music, the title, and even the art work. “Street” is used more as a symbol and represents the individual journeys we’re all on, and the day to day, real world forces of good and evil that permeates the world. St. Mary and the Rose speak for themselves through protection, purity, miracles, and hope.

On the performance side, we’ve worked hard to try to capture the energy, dynamics, and rawness of a live performance. In contrast to Hazepipe where a consistent core sound was developed through the use of a single guitar and amp, I used a lot of different guitars, amps, and and a few effects to create a broader tonal pallet. The arrangements are diverse, employing my many influences from blues and rock, with a splash of jazz. This is definitely the most fun I’ve ever had in the studio and trust you’ll hear it…. Peace and Best to All... Mark Searcy



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