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by Marc Twang & The Gang

A song about an unemployed dreamer! Featuring: Marc Twang on lead vocal, acoustic guitars and harmonica: Paul Revelli on drums: Dave Klotz on Keyboards: Derek Bianchi on electric bass; Celiua Ramsay: backup vocals.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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Bette Davis said: “Getting old ain’t for sissies.” Well, the truth is that getting old ain’t for no one!...especially performing musicians with health problems. My greatest frustration these days is not being able to get out there once and a while and play a show, a house concert, or even an open mic.... too much late evening fatigue and back issues stand in the way. Fortunately, I’ve been able to work out some studio sessions in the afternoon, and have completed several recordings since the shit hit the fan...or perhaps ‘fans’...the few still around.

Here are some productions we've put together in the last few years: World Where We Belong, featuring Suzanne Fox and her dynamic harmonies, C'mon Jesus, Man in The Middle, my tribute to political paralysis, Livin’ Ain’t Enough, a full length CD-Album backed up by my band: "The Usual Suspects," several Music-Video Slide Shows including the No There There Blues, Wish I was a Rainbow, a cover of Oswald Durand's Yellow Bird, Dance of The Komodo Dragons, Go Get It, Rain Dance, Rat Race, Ants, Nothing’s The Matter, TV Show, Autumnal Circumstance, Chelsea Morning For Seniors...featuring Phoebe Anne Sorgen with our satirical rendition of the great Joni Mitchell song, and of course: Transplant Dude...featuring "The Transplantdentalists" and Joyce (Slimbo) Steinlauf’s unerring work on drums and electric bass.

Last but not least (just completed) my musical testimonial to nature’s wondrous ways: Yes...There Will Be Weather Today...13 songs and instrumentals available as a CD or on line this Christmas (2014). All in all, I feel encouraged, and perhaps blessed by my will to ‘keep on keeping on’ and thank all those who have supported and inspired me to do so.



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