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Yelling at Mary - 2003 Issue

by Mary Karlzen

Rootsy and earthy americana country rock. Her unique vocal and songwriting style are in showcased on the engaging album full of rockers and heart-tuggers.
Genre: Rock: Roots Rock
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1. Everybody's Sleeping
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2. Stronger (w/ Kay Hanley)
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3. Dimestore Life (w/ Andrew Hyra)
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4. Time's Forgotten Crime
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5. I'd Be Lying (Remix)
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6. The Way I See It (w/ Jackson Browne)
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7. Wooden Man (w/ Kay Hanley)
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8. Another Town, Another Place
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9. Walk Like You (w/ David Hidalgo)
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10. Wish You Well
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11. Anywhere is Better Than Here
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12. St. James Hotel (w/ David Hidalgo)
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13. With Me (Bonus Track)
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14. Somewhere (Bonus Track)
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15. You Still Belong to Me (Bonus Track)
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16. Kill The Birds (Bonus Track)
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17. Hearts (w/ Raul Malo - Bonus Track)
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18. Wooden Man (Bonus Track - 4 Track Demo))
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mary Karlzen and Y&T Music are proud to announce the re-release of her critically acclaimed album; "Yelling at Mary". Originally released on Atlantic Records in 1995, the album features guest appearances by Jackson Browne, David Hidalgo (Los Lobos), Benmont Tench (Tom Petty), Kenny Aronoff (John Mellancamp and Indigo Girls), Kay Hanley (Letters to Cleo)and Andrew Hyra (Billy Pilgrim). The reissue includes 6 perviously unreleased bonus tracks including the beautiful "Hearts" with Raul Malo (of The Mavericks). Produced by Kevin McCormick (Melissa Etheridge, Jackson Browne), the album was embraced by major music critics across the country and the video for "I'd Be Lying" was on regular rotation on VH1, MuchMusic, CMT and The Nashville Network. Mary is also a featured artist on both of Atlantic's top selling Christmas albums; "You Sleigh Me" and "Winter, Fire & Snow". As a performer, Mary has shared the stage with some of the preeminent songwriters of our generation including Bob Dylan, John Hiatt, Jackson Browne, Nanci Griffith, Lucinda Williams, Indigo Girls and many others.

A small sampling of reviews for "Yelling at Mary"

"Karlzen never sounds like an imitator; she seems more like the equal of Sheryl Crow and Nanci Griffith. If you listen closely, in fact, you'll find that Karlzen rocks harder and more infectiously than her better known colleagues" - GEOFFREY HIMES - Washington Post

"This refreshing major-label debut is a polished work of folk-tinged rock. - DAVID ELLIS - People Magazine

"A powerful major-label debut from a woman whose voice and songwriting display a beguiling mix of grit and grace, cynicism and childlike wonder" - Billboard Magazine

"What really pulls Karlzen out from the parade of hopeful newcomers is her lyrics" - MIRIAM LONGINO - Atlanta Journal Constitution

"Chicago native Mary Karlzen is not typical of other singer-songwriters. The wicked adventure of her soprano sets her apart from the hippie laced loops of her colleagues" - DAVE HOEKSTRA - Chicago Sun Times
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Jon Sbordone


This CD is truely a joy to listen to... as all of Mary's music is. The "faves" that jump out for me are; "Everybody's Sleeping", "Wooden Man" and "Another Town, Another Place". However the album is one of those that you can just play right through over and over again and not tire of!!
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