Mark Baughman's Working Theory | Charmed Life

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Charmed Life

by Mark Baughman's Working Theory

Mark Baughman explores the complexity of human relationships and values in this collection of songs that vary in stylistic influences from disco to blues rock to anthem ballad to acoustic jazz.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Survivor Instinct
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2. Army of One
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3. I Can Stand a Little Pain
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4. Out on a Wire
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5. Her Loyal Crew
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6. Windows and Doors
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7. Charmed Life
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8. Your True Face
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9. Kindness of Strangers
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
WORKING THEORY is original music written and performed by lyricist, composer and musician Mark Baughman. The music is characterized by well-crafted songs with tight lyrics addressing contemporary personal and social issues, and who’s sound falls broadly into the “rock” music genre. Baughman belongs to a tradition of artists such as The Who, Rush, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd and Joni Mitchell. Those artists focus on stories while pushing the intellectual envelope and thinking critically.

Resisting the trend to follow a singular sonic type, Baughman uses an array of musical styles and influences in each song on its own terms. In doing so, he follows the legacy of classic rock experimental albums like Let it Bleed, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road and Sgt. Pepper.

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