Chris Klimecky | Marooned

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Marooned

by Chris Klimecky

After two albums with melodic prog rock band Jester's Crown, Chris strikes out on his own for his first solo release. This collection of 10 songs demonstrates a more guitar oriented approach and more straight forward rock vision.
Genre: Rock: Arena Rock
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1. Come Back To You
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2. Amber Eyes
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3. True Enough
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4. I Can't Say
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5. Cider & Roses
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6. All It Takes
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7. Angels Don't Hide
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8. Indigo Sunrise
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9. In Passing
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10. Cider & Roses
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Marooned is the result of breaking free from the bonds of creative compromise - a bold, solid vision propels this collection of thoughtful rock anthems. Right out of the gate with the classic "Come Back To You" you'll know Marooned is a guitar focused album to be savored.
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Chris Klimecky is a producer and musician in the Seattle area. Originally from Michigan, he toured much of the midwest in the 90’s as frontman for melodic prog rock band Jester’s Crown, releasing two full length CD’s - "Above the Storm" (1995) and "Away" (1998) - as well as the acoustic EP "Where Daydreams Play" (1996).

Moving to Seattle at the turn of the millennium, he moved forward recording all instruments in his home studio for the CD "Marooned" (2001). After a brief hiatus, twelve songs recorded between 2007-2009 with a variety of songwriting collaborations were brought together for a second solo release, "Bankrupt Generation" (2010).

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