Mark Hilton | Beauty & Innocence

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Beauty & Innocence

by Mark Hilton

Surf guitar, Eastern bedlam and a guest appearance by Chris Copping (Procol Harum). “What I Want” was voted #4 in Australia on a JJJ listener’s poll. Eclectic rock for retro buffs.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Fly
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2. What I Want
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3. Faceless
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4. Broadway
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5. Friday I Got Blind
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6. Dumb Love
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7. Beauty & Innocence
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8. When Susan Gets Mad
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9. Hesitate
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10. Why Didnya Tell Me?
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11. Dog's in the Bin
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12. Nightcap
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
MUSICIANS

Dean Addison - bass (tracks 1, 7, 12)
Mark Hilton - bass (tracks 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 11), guitars, vocals and Proton Modulator (tracks 9, 10)
Luke Blackburn - bass (track 3)
Chris Copping - bass (track 6), pianos & hammond
David Osborne - violin
Becky Stead - phone manners
Luke Blackburn, Tom Griss, Dom Jurcec - Choir of Drunken Fools

SOME QUOTES

“A varied, accomplished and witty album, with some great grown-up pop songs (notably the title track) and fantastic guitaring and violining, entirely worthy of our attention irrespective of the many contributions made to it by Procoler Chris Copping.
ROLAND CLARE (Official Procol Harum website)

"Well crafted pop – under-produced Freedie Johnson or Billy Baxter on Prozac."
VICKY MIHELAKOS (Beat Magazine)

"A chronicle of humour and pathos with a rare stamp of originality that drifts from surf melodicism to pastoral whimsy to Eastern bedlam and, as such, is a fine example of his storytelling skills."
FRED E. GOSTEIN (City Search)

"A natural storyteller, Hilton’s work is a chronicle to the beauty and pathos of everyday life told through a medium that is both original and melodic."
INPRESS MAGAZINE

“humorous and honest – swampy, soulful songs and gritty realism”
RAY KENNEDY (Grammy award winning producer – Steve Earle, Ray Davies)

“I think your songs are really beautiful”
DON WALKER (Cold Chisel)

"your songs are so beautiful and soulful"
PRADEEP KUMAR (Poorvaa)

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