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Marc Twang (AKA Marcus O'Realius) | God Damn

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God Damn

by Marc Twang (AKA Marcus O'Realius)

A littany of damning complaints and questions
Genre: Folk: Free-folk
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Marc Twang has been performing and recording music for almost 40 years. Through introspective commentary and fanciful satire, his repertoire of original songs spans the spectrum of our contemporary experience. Using the traditions of folk, country, and blues, Marc meets the reality of the human condition head-on. His credits include several albums, CD singles and Original Folk, a survey of American singer-songwriters recorded on Folkways Records. He has also completed a full-length musical-comedy, and: THE CAR SONG, winner of The 2004 Berkeley Film Festival’s Music Video “Grand Prix Award.” Twang’s’ latest CD’s, include: “Stayin’ in Shape,” including 10 new tunes. Also available is: “Hangin’ on the Deck,” …a ‘Titanic’ musical-allegory, leaving no doubt that we’re in a progressively desperate, global crisis, and, “Big Vat,” a folk-beat-raga-rap evoking the global warming nightmare. Then there’s “Transplant Dude,” an uplifting testament to living with a kidney transplant, and recently: “Just a Kid,” a 12-Tune CD of original children’s music performed by Marc and an array of promising new talent, ages 9-18!

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