Mark Prey and the Hunters | Echoes from the Timberline

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Echoes from the Timberline

by Mark Prey and the Hunters

Musical hooks you can hang your hat on, soaring harmonies , and infectious driving rhythms are now just what you have come to expect.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Givin Up the Ghost Echoes
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2. All About You Echoes
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3. Tricky Echoes
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4. Win Place or Show Echoes
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5. Bow to the King of Fools Echoes
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6. Don't Throw Our Love Away Echoes
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7. Daddys Eyes Echoes
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8. Metolius Breaks Echoes
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9. Saw You Walking By Echoes
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10. Living in the Dregs Echoes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The 2014 release of Echoes from the Timberline showcases a broad musical base highlighting the song writing talents of Mark Prey and Bruce Rodgers. This smash album produced by Mark Frethem and MPH cements the commercial acceptance and mass appeal of this stylistic powerhouse, anchoring the reputation of these musical veterans. One example of stellar song crafting are the soaring harmonies and infectious rhythms contained in the track "Givin Up the Ghost". Mark Prey and the Hunters features Bruce Rodgers, David Brooks, Paul Anthony, Mark Frethem, Joe Suskind, and Reinhardt Meltz. Echoes from the Timberline is surely a album that will be played for many years to come.

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