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Mark Lemaire | Equinox: Pieces for Guitar, Vol. 2

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Equinox: Pieces for Guitar, Vol. 2

by Mark Lemaire

Pensive, deep solo acoustic guitar pieces. Besides Mark’s trademark guitar compositions, ‘Equinox’ features fretless bass from Windham Hill Records house bassist Michael Manring, as well as orchestral strings. Highly recommended!
Genre: New Age: Solo Instrumental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Seaglass
4:37 album only
2. Clara at Dawn (Live)
2:38 album only
3. A Single Step
4:08 album only
4. Night Voyage
3:30 album only
5. The Dresden Waltz
3:42 album only
6. Red Sun at Morning
2:52 album only
7. The Mariner's Star
4:08 album only
8. My Little Girl
3:55 album only
9. Because
2:10 album only
10. Almost Twilight
4:37 album only
11. Eusebius' Dream
3:15 album only
12. The Long Circle Home
4:42 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Mark Lemaire is both a solo guitarist and a songwriter, performing all over the US and the EU with his wife, Cindy Lemaire, on harmony and lead vocals. His style incorporates fingerpicking, slap-and-tap harmonics, hand percussion, and that hard-to-describe something that sets him in his own musical category. While Mark's guitar solo pieces stand as complete statements, his harmonies with Cindy Lemaire are so perfectly matched that they seem like two people with one voice.

At a show, audiences do a lot of laughing, and some are also moved to tears. The material runs from tongue-in-cheek songs about married life to stories of the strange surprise of middle age creeping up on us. The music ranges from subtle, pin-drop delicate solo guitar to raucous sing-alongs. Folks leave at the end grinning and fulfilled.

Mark’s has been a recording engineer and producer for everyone from the San Francisco Symphony to Rolling Stones’ producer Jimmy Miller. Mark and Cindy tour the USA , Europe, England and Scotland. Besides Cindy’s supple onstage harmonies, her voice rings clearly in her role as a New Urbanist/ city planner, making downtowns friendlier for walkers and bicyclists. With four albums released, Mark and Cindy are a pleasure to hear and fun to just be with. Please check out "Practice Makes Perfect", "Home Isn't Home", and "Rubato, Pieces for Guitar". Thanks!



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