Marc Miller | Bring It With You When You Come

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Bring It With You When You Come

by Marc Miller

An eclectic mix of acoustic blues, ragtime, rock and roll and country
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Your Mind Is On Vacation
2:04 album only
2. Wild About My Lovin'
3:29 album only
3. Workin' In the Car Wash Blues
2:13 album only
4. My Gal Don't Want Me No More
2:15 album only
5. Built for Comfort
2:22 album only
6. Sold American
3:07 album only
7. Somebody Stole My Gal
2:20 album only
8. On The Other Hand Baby
3:15 album only
9. We Reserve the Right
3:21 album only
10. You've Been a Long Time Comin'
2:33 album only
11. Make Me a Pallet on Your Floor
2:35 album only
12. Don't You Leave Me Here
2:18 album only
13. Ain't Too Old to Rock and Roll
2:24 album only
14. Ain't Got Nothin' But the Blues
2:22 album only
15. Heartache Tonight
3:18 album only


Album Notes
Marc Miller was born in Texas but grew up in the sixties in New York.

His musical education was greatly affected by the sixties Greenwich Village coffee house scene as well as Harlem blues dives and jazz clubs.

Having immigrated to Israel in 1968, he has over the years made forays, sometimes triumphant, into the local Anglo folk scene while hanging on to his day job.

He continues to improve his skills and widen the range of his repertoire, often in collaboration with other local musicians.

While preferring to be recognized for his sensitive and perspicacious interpretations of the likes of W.C. Handy and Jelly Roll Morton, he falls back on crowd-pleasing humorous material to maintain audience attention, covering the likes of Mose Allison, Willy Dixon and Kinky Friedman in addition to his own concoctions.

Marc claims a very small but growing and very loyal following of aficionados of his music and distinctive presentation.

The 15 songs on this album reflect the eclectic range of his interest: from Jelly Roll Morton to The Eagles, from Jim Croce to Mose Allison.



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doc mongoose

Just a man and his guitar .........................
very intimate almost naked in its bare honest approach.Fun to boot obvious Mr. Miller loves what he does and he ain't to old to rock and roll.Quite the dirty bitchen daddy,he is.

Mel Kaplan

Better than "My G-d, How the Money Rolls In!"
Silvery, thin, round with a little hole in the middle; sort of reminiscent of the old black vinyl 45's we'd spin around the time I first heard this artist perform, but a bit smaller (the disc, not the artist!) The tunes probably aren't quite as controversial, but then I haven't listened to the album yet. If he's half as good as Flo Handy.......

Ray Scudero, Argaman Studios

Gutsupfromtheankle! Marc doesn't just sing blues, he IS blues.
Simply produced, Marc stands solidly on his own to send a rolling
blue haze dancing through the listener's soul and mind.
Mixing frills would have only served to contaminate the very basic
and guts-up-from-the-ankle delivery that stems straight
from the seat of the soul. My only complaint is that he has underpriced his work.