The Marley Higgins Band | Autumn's Dusk

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Autumn's Dusk

by The Marley Higgins Band

Rootsy Americana Music with soulful storytelling lyrics that will take the listener through triumph, tragedy, war, love, addiction, death, and peace.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Nevermind That
4:07 album only
2. Long Ago
5:03 album only
3. Drinkin Man
3:00 album only
4. Softail Nightrain
3:09 album only
5. Skin
5:30 album only
6. Words We Shouldn't Say
3:35 album only
7. Morpheus
4:36 album only
8. Dance Floor
2:49 album only
9. Hellbound Redux
8:43 album only
10. David's Lilac
4:25 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
The music of the Marley Higgins Band is some of the finest produced music in the world today. Their Autumn’s Dusk CD is the third collaboration between songwriter Paul Schimert and musicians/producer John Brady. Schimert and Brady are both from Buffalo, NY. This particular project involves quite an array of musicians from the Buffalo, NY area and their backgrounds range from bluegrass, folk, blues, gospel, and funk. Like in earlier projects, Schimert typically allows the musicians to express how they hear the song as the recording process moves along from track to track. This approach give the maximum depth to the music being written, recorded, and arranged. Each track on Autumn’s Dusk takes a listener on a journey through various stages of the human condition. Moreover, on the “Morpheus” track Schimert addresses the opioid crises head on that is occurring around the nation but in particular Erie County NY. Schimert also touches upon the subject of youth and war including a reference to Rudyard Kipling’s Gunga Din on the track “Skin.” Some of the songs like “Words we shouldn’t say” have a sound that harkens back to the 1960s whereas others like “Hell Bound Redux” have a nineteenth century sea shanty style. The use of a Saxophone on “Nevermind That” is a first for the Marley Higgins Band and in between the darker topics of excessive low living of ”Drinkin Man” and “Long Ago” lies a happy fun song called Dance Floor and a bluesy number called “Softail Nightrain”, which is a dedication to one of Schimert’s greatest loves...his Harley Davidson The last song on Autumn’s Dusk is David’s Lilac. David’s Lilac is an instrumental co-written by Paul Schimert and John Brady. It is the first instrumental released by the Marley Higgins Band and it rounds out the finest collection of songs released by this band to date. Which is why the music of the Marley Higgins Band is music truly worth listening to.



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