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Mark Claytor

by Mark Claytor

My Debut cd! Sumthinfierce records and I have teamed up to offer this 9 Song instrumental guitar album. A lot of blood, sweat, tears and heartache in these 9 tracks I truely hope you enjoy them. This Release will be followed by a all new 2012 release!
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Memories Gone
2:33 album only
2. Your Kiddin' Me
2:21 album only
3. Wood Shred!
2:14 album only
4. Blazer Fire
1:57 album only
5. Tito's Green Quilt
2:22 album only
6. The Irish Are Coming
1:57 album only
7. Spider Bit
1:35 album only
8. Seesick
2:24 album only
9. Distressed Daze
1:34 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
I Am Entertainment magazine review: "Mark Claytor has rock and roll pumping from his heart into his guitar. His music is a clear
example of what great rock music is all about because he doesn't need a vocalist to
make his compositions sound great.

"Spider Bit" is a perfect example of why I said Mark doesn't need a vocalist to sound
good. Many instrumentalists will bore you to tears, but on this track Mark's guitar strings
are thrashing all over the place, gaining the one man band a certain level of respect from
me because he kept my attention throughout the entire track.

In addition to Spider Bit, Mark offers up more great rock instrumentals, including:
Memories Gone, Ice Flow, Pearlescent Dots, F5. Each of these tracks are oozing with
great rock guitars and overall production.

Overall, Mark's compilation of rock and roll instrumentals is some of the best guitar driven
music I've heard in recent months and explains his #1 ranking on Reverbnation for his
locale. You should check this guy out, I'm sure you'll agree if you're a rock fan."



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