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Mother Mine

by Martin Blasick

From the writer of Lindsey Lohan's Don't Move On is a debut collection of singer-songwriter rock that tackles our need for a green world, true love, the lure of stardom, pure fantasy and guitar solos over a shiny power-pop oasis.
Genre: Rock: Soft Rock
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1. Mother Mine
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2. Find Me
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3. That's the Kind of Girl
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4. My Baby Don't Drive
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5. Pop Star
3:39 $0.99
6. Give Me Love
3:38 $0.99
7. Live In You Kiss
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8. Can't Make Up My Mind
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9. After the Flame
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10. X-Ray Glasses
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11. Infinite Arcade
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10% of CD and download sales donated to a green charity.

From the writer of Lindsey Lohan's "Don't Move On" comes the arrival, at long last, of his debut solo album. A lifelong band guy, Martin released one of the very first enhanced CDs as the lead singer and songwriter of Velvet in 1995. His next band, indie power pop auteurs Statica released their self titled CD in 2004.

A singer/songwriter at heart, Martin steps into the spotlight with a heightened sense of community and charity. He says "Everything in the universe spins around in circles around something else. And we must do that, too, to be in balance. It means giving back even as you are being given something."

Martin Blasick is a composer, producer, songwriter and performer of music for film and TV. Originally hooked on the 70's prog rock of Yes and King Crimson, it was the adventurous, boundary-crossing spirit of the times that inspired him to a life in music. Deep study at the University Of North Texas in jazz improvisation, classical composition and a love for pop music have provided a bottomless fountain of inspiration from which to drink the waters of passion and creation.

Since his first music cue in Earth Girls Are Easy, Martin has provided scores, songs, cues, arrangements and productions for a stylistically diverse array of shows. Traditional music includes operatic classics for The 4th Tenor and big band jazz for the TV series Army Wives. Pop music includes Lindsey Lohan singing Martin's song "Don't Move On" onscreen in Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen" and producing "Miracles Happen" for the certified gold soundtrack album for Princess Diaries 2.

Martin has produced celebrity vocal tracks for Brendan Fraser, Mary Steenburgen, Denise Richards, Eddie Griffin, Rodney Dangerfield, Denis Leary, Anne Hathaway, Heather Graham and more. His music appears in Oceans 12 & 13, The Matador, Kyle XY, Bedazzled, Ugly Betty, Lost, The Reaper, Undercover Brother, Kinsey, Samantha Who and many more.

An early adopter of digital recording, Martin has been producing and composing music with ProTools since it's debut in 1991. To this day his passion for musical exploration is a daily quest that crosses through nearly any style of music. Particular loves are electronica, English composer Vaughan Williams and listening to KCRW. Martin is endorsed by Samick's Greg Bennett guitars.

Martin performs as a singer-songwriter and is currently recording his debut CD as a solo artist. Additional endeavors including writing screenplays and movie directing.



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