Margot MacDonald | WALLS

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by Margot MacDonald

A unique voice: Margot reveals formidable vocal strength and emotional depth in her powerful original ballads as well as spine-tingling classic rock covers.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Freewheelin'
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3:51 $1.00
2. Hold On
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4:09 $1.00
3. Behind Her Walls
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3:40 $1.00
4. Complicated
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3:32 $1.00
5. Shattered
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4:05 $1.00
6. The Night
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7. Immigrant Song
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2:05 $1.00
8. I Don't Know
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4:09 $1.00
9. Paint It Black
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10. Hallelujah (Live)
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11. Whispers of the Dove
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Album Notes
"New Artist of the Year" and "Modern Rock Vocalist" Wammie winner, Margot wowed them at the 2009 Washington Area Music Awards “with her fierce-playing bandmates, revealing formidable vocal strength and emotional depth in her powerful heartrending ballad 'Hold On' that segued into a spine-tingling cover of Led Zeppelin’s 'Immigrant Song.' This was just a teaser for the music on Margot’s 2009 album release, WALLS.

Only 17, Margot continues to evolve as an artist and is already at work on new projects.

2004 - Rising
2007 - Torn
2009 - Walls
2013 - Canvas


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Street Voice UK

With a world wide recession and conflicts around the globe there's very little to be happy about, but there is certainly one thing to be optimistic about and that's teen sensation Margot MacDonald. Despite only being seventeen, this American artist has just released her third album and I have to say it's the best one yet! Margot MacDonald is almost certainly the best young female artist on this planet today and I can only think of around two others who come close. When you hear this eleven track (the eleventh track isn't listed) catchy rock album you'll understand why I rate Margot so highly. Her voice is just amazing and when you hear tracks such as 'Freewheelin', 'Behind Her Walls', 'Complicated', 'Whispers Of The Dove' and the Led Zeppelin cover 'Immigrant Song' you'll begin to realize what talent lies in Margot MacDonald. All her own songs are individually unique both lyrically, musically and vocally. The notes that Margot hits on some of these songs are amazing and I don't say that lightly either! The three songs covered on this release have their own identity too and the original artists would be proud of how their songs have been interpreted by a girl who wasn't even thought about when these songs were originally released. This album is faultless in all areas and I really do think major labels have missed a trick with Margot. Margot has been writing this album for a while now and it's certainly been worth the wait. It's great to have seen Margot develop over the years into a beautiful young lady with a beautiful voice to match. I love her and you will too!