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Stowaways

by Paul Mark & The Van Dorens

Piano ballads and wheezing cabaret oddities that melt into the midnight fog like bummed cigarettes and cut-rate bourbon. Paul Mark’s tenth CD release.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Stow Away
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2. How Do the Blind Become so Famous?
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3. Ballad of Mack the Knife
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4. Once Upon a Weekend
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5. Bridge to Nowhere
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6. Jamestown Ferry (Wendy)
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7. Reputation Tango
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8. Interesting Times
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9. Degraw Avenue
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10. Animal Cruelty
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Deluxe CD package includes hardcover binding, slipcase and 28-page booklet.

Piano ballads and wheezing cabaret oddities that melt into the midnight fog like bummed cigarettes and cut-rate bourbon. Paul Mark’s tenth CD release. Recorded in New York City and mixed in Memphis TN.

"Stowaways" is a sentimental world-gone-mad portfolio flaunting influences as far afield as Weimar caberet, tin pan alley and after-hours combo jazz. Piano and acoustic bass playing sit front and center along with Mark's signature saloon-weary vocals. A Salvation Army-ready string section lends street corner polish to the affair. Like the soundtrack from a forgotten noir masterpiece.

Highlights includes originals "How Do the Blind Become So Famous?", "Stowaways", and "Once Upon a Weekend". As well as a cover the Brecht/Weill opus "Ballad of Mack the Knife". The weepy set closer Animal Cruelty is posed to be an ASPCA fav for years to come. Roots rock barroom revelations.

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