Eric Margan & the Red Lions | Midnight Book

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Pop: Chamber Pop Jazz: Orchestral Jazz Moods: Type: Lyrical
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Midnight Book

by Eric Margan & the Red Lions

Elegant, sophisticated and refreshingly open-hearted, singer-guitarist Margan pens wonderfully literate and melodically inventive songs that he has orchestrated for a most unusual but effective ensemble of musicians featuring drums, bass, keyboards,
Genre: Pop: Chamber Pop
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1. An Ocean Blue
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2. Bay of Naples
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3. You Are a Ghost
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4. I'll Never Know
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5. A Speckled Mind
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6. Disintegrate
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7. Old Man River
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8. Down the Water
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9. The Blues Will Have to Do
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10. Interlude
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11. Midnight Book
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12. Without the Sun
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

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Born and raised in Columbia County of Upstate New York, Eric Margan’s musical endeavors started at just nine years old when he began studying flute. It was when he turned 14 that the hobby had become a potential career. He began treading new waters with the formation of his first band – a three-piece rock group in which he was a co-songwriter, bassist, and singer. Margan furthered his bass skills by participating in various jazz ensembles and combos throughout his high school years. Furthering his music studies, he brought together his classical training with his passion for modern rock and live performance with the addition of the talented musicians that make up the Red Lions.

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