Mark Prey and the Hunters | Driving the Sunset Highway

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Driving the Sunset Highway

by Mark Prey and the Hunters

Mark Prey and Hunters return with this exciting blend of Rock, Pop, and Blues on "Driving the Sunset Highway". This record is dedicated to the loving memory of James Harold Prey Sr.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Daddy's Eyes
3:13 $0.99
2. Driving the Sunset Highway
3:40 $0.99
3. Step Up
3:03 $0.99
4. Vicious Woman
3:01 $0.99
5. All About You
3:21 $0.99
6. Don't Throw Our Love Away
2:34 $0.99
7. Corporate Man
3:19 $0.99
8. Little Jimmy
3:02 $0.99
9. Oriental View
3:09 $0.99
10. Living in the Dregs
2:58 $0.99
11. Don't Shoot the Messenger
2:36 $0.99
12. Hey Ed
2:20 $0.99
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Album Notes
The musical journey of Mark Prey and his friends continues.
Mark Prey and the Hunters' second offering,"Driving the Sunset Highway," marks a critical milestone in the evolution of this melodic, hard-driving musical phenomenon. This album is the culmination of two years of joyful, creative hard work following the release of 2008's "Taking The Low Road." More importantly, "Driving the Sunset Highway" captures Mark Prey and the Hunters at their lyrical and musical best. Drawing from a lifetime of electrifying performances, Mark's perceptive lyrics and well crafted melodies are the product of many years of performing music which evokes pensive contemplation to ferocious intensity.
"Driving The Sunset Highway" provides the perfect vehicle for Mark Prey to display his talents as producer, engineer, songwriter and performer.

Bruce Rodgers appears with contributions as art director, co-songwriter and performer on "Driving the Sunset highway". Mark and Bruce reprise their collaboration in this wonderful sophomore release.

The Hunters are back with the band's long time associate Paul Anthony "Rad" performing on piano and organ. Appearing as new guest artist for "Driving the Sunset Highway" is Joe Suskind adding pedal steel guitar throughout the album and a searing lead guitar on the title track. Mark recruited Portland musical legend David Brooks for contributing vocals. Finally to aid in mixing and mastering, Mark commissioned the talents of Mark Frethem AKA Doctor Digital.
Standing alone and rising above the rest "Driving the Sunset Highway" blends Rock, Blues, and Alternative musical styles to achieve a listening journey that is infectious and unforgettable. This record is dedicated to the loving memory of James Harold Prey Sr.



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David Brookfield

Great Driving Music for heading west on Oregon HWY 26
I was traveling on HWY 26 west to Seaside for New Years Eve party listening to track 2 of Driving the Sunset Highway I downloaded from Itunes a couple of days ago, I was blown away because it was as if the music and lyrics were written exactly for this situation....I also enjoyed the other tracks as well on our trip......this music is really good. I recommend it highly,

ellen storm

first rate album
I really liked this album. The music was inspiring in some songs and haunting in others...great pathos in all.
The songs also all blended well in sequence, and the lyrics often created vivid imagery. I highly recommend it!

Tracy P.

Album is a gem
As the title suggests, this album takes you on a journey. You'll travel the gamut between high-energy, rocking tunes and beautiful. lyrical melodies. The musicianship is spectacular with stand-out performances by all involved. Buy this album, and you'll find yourself singing along to the songs in no time. A wonderful sophomore effort on the part of Mark Prey and the Hunters!