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Lost and Found

by Chris Demarco

Classic Rock, fused with a blues sensibility and a pinch of country
Genre: Rock: Adult Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Out of the Blue
3:30 album only
2. I'm Calling You
5:06 album only
3. You Can't Go Home Again
4:53 album only
4. Love and Murder
5:52 album only
5. It's Inevitable
4:37 album only
6. The Quiet of the Rain
3:47 album only
7. Lost and Found
4:19 album only
8. I Don't Wanna Wake Up
4:24 album only
9. When It's Gone
5:23 album only
10. Unknown Soldier
4:37 album only
11. It's Never Too Late
4:27 album only
12. Sail Away
5:09 album only


Album Notes
Chris DeMarco began his career in music as a much sought-after musician and front man, having shared the stage and played with a virtual who’s who of super-musicians of the 70’s and 80’s. After deciding to leave behind the glare of the bright lights of Hollywood and the ever-pulsing New York music scene, DeMarco settled into the cadence of more laid back climes that finds him at his most serene self. His latest release Lost and Found - his first on his self-distributed label Dreamco Music, finds him in fine form as he treats us to a volume of classic fare meant to please the true Rock aficionados among us.

Lost and Found is an aptly named album that weaves together DeMarco’s past and present musical contributions into one cohesive work, featuring the likes of Dick Wagner (Alice Cooper Band), Tommy Talton (Gregg Allman Band and Cowboy), Ken Mazur (Robert Palmer Band), and Barry Richman (Lynard Skynard) on Guitar; Billy Langley on Keyboards; Rhys Clark (Billy Joel Band and Freddy Fender Band) playing drums; and Jim Fielder (Buffalo Springfield, Blood Sweat and Tears and Neil Sedaka) on Bass. Billy Joel and Michael Monarch (Steppenwolf) appear on the bonus track Sail Away.

Currently residing in the Atlanta, Georgia area with his wife Charlotte, Chris DeMarco has proven his mettle as a legitimate artist time and time again. From his glory days as a front man for the Island Records recording act Riff Raff, which he formed in 1977, to his contributions to the work of the legendary cadre of musicians he also calls friends, Chris DeMarco’s music and artistry has stood the test of time. Still in his musical prime, and uncompromising in his commitment to making excellent music, he is without a doubt the stuff legends are made of.



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Congratulations on GrIndie Award
RadioIndy is proud to present Chris Demarco a GrIndie Award for their CD "Lost and Found." A GrIndie Award is RadioIndy's stamp of approval that this CD is an excellent quality CD. Please join us in congratulating this artist on this accomplishment.

William and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Enjoyable Adult Contemporary CD
"Lost and Found" by Chris Demarco is a heart warming contemporary rock album. Chris' vocals are rich and have a nice depth to them. The accompanying arrangements are softly driving and contain subtle variances, including a hint of country from time to time. The musicianship and production throughout the CD are very professional. "Love and Murder" is a fun track with spoken word and a 40's sound with a little twang. "I Don't Wanna Wake Up" is a "song about a girl" with a light Island sound. "Sail Away" features some nice vibrato and range in the vocals and leaves you with a sense of hope. If you enjoy softer adult rock, you'll enjoy this CD.