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A Blue Line

by Harry Marte & Big Pit

BIG PIT take on Marte's powerful ballads in an unconventional way and create impressive pictures of lives loaded with love, loneliness, death and the devil. Like a soundtrack to a traveller's tale, leaving the audience to catch up with their own dreams an
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1. Driftwood
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2. John Grady
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3. Nasty Friend
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4. Crack Jack (feat. Hendrix Ackle)
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5. Breakable (feat. Hendrix Ackle)
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6. A Blue Line (feat. Shirley Grimes)
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7. The Long Way
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8. Let It Roll
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9. I Won't
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10. Naked Ride (feat. Shirley Grimes)
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11. Drink 'till You Fly
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12. Burn Your House Down
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13. Black Crowes
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14. Winds of Change
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Grown up with the rhythm and images of the roaring 60s, Harry Marte took off into his life, with music as his constant companion. His journey led him through many ups and downs, with his eyes and ears wide open when he witnessed and experienced big emotions, people's tragedies, hopes and longings. After restless years abroad, he returned to his homeland in the late 80s, finally started to turn his impressions into composing. And with a kind of naturalness, his guitar started playing the matching tunes to his lyrics. First songs emerged, these particular Marte songs ...
The Austrian author Michael Köhlmeier once said: "Whenever he starts singing, it’s like an announcement of a grand, moving life he is going to tell."
Decades later, some musicians gather around Harry Marte, all of them representing a younger generation, but all the same influenced by the music of the West, by Blues, Bluegrass, Jazz and the legendary songwriters from the U.S. Inspired by the same sources as Harry, the musical understanding and interpretation of those youngsters is a different one.
BIG PIT take on Marte's powerful ballads in an unconventional way and create impressive pictures of lives loaded with love, loneliness, death and the devil.
Like a soundtrack to a traveller's tale, leaving the audience to catch up with their own dreams and longings.

the reknown Writer MICHAEL KÖHLMEIER ABOUT HARRY MARTE (Apr., 2013)
Ask me: What's his most remarkable trait of character? I answer: Self loyalty.
And you want to know more about him? Watch him carefully as he looks into himself when his left hand grabs the neck of his Martin Guitar and the right hand longs for the strings: In a few seconds of silence, he calls up the world which he will sing about in a moment.
He is true to himself, he does not trifle with the worlds of which he tells us. Harry is full of respect for the children of his imagination. We must distrust the reality, sometimes it is even our duty to distrust it - we should rely on the imagination of the artists.
Harry's voice is my friend. He never betrayed himself. I rely on him.

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