Andrew D. Huber | Mercury Gets a Moon

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Mercury Gets a Moon

by Andrew D. Huber

Andrew D. Huber's "Mercury Gets A Moon" is an acoustic-rock-folk-celtic hootenanny throwdown.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
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1. Mercury Gets a Moon
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2. The Enemy
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3. Scarlett Kissed a Sailor
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4. Gabriel and the Sparrow
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5. My Heart Somewhere
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6. Two-Drink Charlie
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7. 42 from Shore
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8. Don't Tell Me of the Sea
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9. Latest Heartache
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10. Broken Sky
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11. San Antonio Greyhound
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12. Dead and Gone
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13. Tell the Devil
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14. God Will Bring a Better Day
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15. Noah Had It Right
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Your music collection needs a kick in the arse. Here's the boot:

"Mercury Gets A Moon" is an acoustic-rock-celtic-folk hootenanny throw-down of an album that showcases Andrew D. Huber's songwriting craft. Inspiring anthems, heart-wrenching ballads, celtic pop, foot-stomping boozers, and confessional lyrics lay side-by-side, successfully fighting each other for the best side of the bed. The result is the fourth - and best - album by an artist that is confidently walking the same songwriting roads as Great Big Sea, The Waterboys, and Jars of Clay.

Key tracks on the 15-song album include "My Heart Somewhere", "San Antonio Greyhound", "Tell the Devil", "Broken Sky", and the rousing title track.

"Mercury Gets A Moon" is drenched in spirit , truth, and sincerity. When's the last time you heard that on your radio?




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