Mark Williams With Blue Horse | Out Past the Moon

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Out Past the Moon

by Mark Williams With Blue Horse

A mixture of raw rock, melodic acoustic and various world influences, such as Latin, African and Celtic. The songs are lyrical and emotional with touches of humor.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Quiet, Baby Is Sleeping
5:35 album only
2. Now That You've Gone
5:11 album only
3. Out Past the Moon
5:01 album only
4. What Do I Say
3:28 album only
5. When Jonathan Richman Comes to Town
2:06 album only
6. Mali Is Music
3:23 album only
7. My Summer's Gone
4:15 album only
8. My Suspicion
4:30 album only
9. Street of Good-Byes
2:38 album only
10. Hope and Pray
2:53 album only
11. Stephanie
3:27 album only
12. Are You Coming Home Now
4:07 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Here are some excerpts from the review of the CD "Out Past the Moon" from FOLIO WEEKLY written by John E. Citrone.
"Opening track, “Quiet, Baby is Sleeping” .... He’s creating a minor-chord atmosphere, with gypsy strings, Latin percussion and strummed electric and acoustic guitars. His upbeat mid-tempo instrumental, “When Jonathan Richman Comes to Town,” all harmonicas and lap steel, is another example, unrefined and rocking. The fade-in and premature fade-out give one the feeling of peeking in on a jam session. It’s all very personal...
The lovely title track deepens this vibe. Joined by Amy Carlson during the chorus, Williams’ grainy, trebly voice enjoys a sort of softening, with Carlson adding a lullaby-like quality to the tune. And the memorable “What Do I Say,” floating like the lyrics suggest, is certainly the finest track on the record. It’s the kind of piece you sink into, voices moving around you as the music drifts below. “Stephanie,” too, gets all brooding and Neil Young distortion-y, with mysterious imagery embedded in the lyrics and nasty, nasty guitar soloing. The lyrics are personal."
Over the past few years Mark Williams has had the pleasure of performing on the same bill as ARLO GUTHRIE and the GUTHRIE FAMILY, STETSON KENNEDY, RAMBLIN’ JACK ELLIOTT, PIERCE PETIS, STEVE FORBERT,
In 2012 Mark with Linda Minke, was a featured artist on First Coast Living. In 2014 some of Mark's music was featured on the NPR radio show STATE OF THE REUNION.
In November 2004 Mark released his first CD - GHOSTS OF EDEN. He had received an artist grant from The Community Foundation of Jacksonville and the J. Shepard, Jr. and Mary Ann Bryan Arts Endowment. He produced the CD along with Bill Pillmore at RoadWorm Music Studio.
In August 2015 Mark, along with Blue Horse released the CD OUT PAST THE MOON. It was produced by Mark and Roy Peak at Radical Recording Studio.
"It was a warm April night at the Waterfront, and Mark Williams was on stage...and he was in top form. And though most in the room were unfamiliar with Williams and his music, it took just a few songs for him to have everyone’s attention."



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