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New Eye

by Mark Marshall

Nineteen tracks, written and recorded by one man over a two-and-a-half year period. From straight-ahead rock to sixties-tinged pop to lush instrumentals, and much, much more. You WILL be singing songs from this album a day later.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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1. Travelin' Band
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2. This Town
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3. Another Night
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4. Wanna Be There For You
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5. Miss Directed
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6. Something to Believe
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7. The Flame
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8. Crossing
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9. Taking You Down
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10. Angelina
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11. Bye, Andy...
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12. Red Electric
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13. All Too Fast
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14. Man Walking
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15. Smoky Topaz
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16. Chaste Chased
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17. Filmfunk
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18. Satellite Suite
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19. New Heart
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nineteen tracks, written and recorded by one man over a two-and-a-half year period. This album ranges from straight-ahead rock to sixties-tinged pop to lush instrumental, and tracks that don't fall into a category at all - but all with beautifully subtle, sometimes complex instrumental and vocal arrangements. This is handcrafted music at its' best, and there's something here for just about everyone.


From listeners around the world:
"Truly...TRULY a talented individual. I am thoroughly impressed by this CD....A major talent that the world needs to hear about.
Everything - I mean everything you hear on this...IS Mark Marshall. Man - what a great album. I'm thrilled to be adding this to our rotation. I've actually had a tough time here...we have a rule of thumb at the station on how many songs we can put in from a particular artist...There are nineteen songs on this CD - I would probably play at least 17 of 'em on our station - and actually, I'd play the other two, too.
Honestly - this is an excellently produced piece of artistry. After listening to the whole album, there is a certain cohesiveness to all of this music. This is an OUTSTANDING album - I'm not easily impressed...maybe one out of 40 or 50 albums we get are worthy of putting into rotation. There's just too much great material here - This is a kickass album."
Scott "Z-Man" Z. - The Artist First Radio Network

"If you're content with the current musical status quo, don't buy this album. This album is NOT a rehash of "the industries" bottom line. Or an attempt to jump a genre bandwagon. This is Music! Sorely missed Original Music. It is a rich, eclectic mix, crossing borders and redefining creativity. A musical portrait for the ears. The production and engineering are first rate - and as creative as the music itself. Buy this album, pop in the earbuds, and be prepared to lose yourself in this truly rich experience."
-an iTunes listener

"...his music has layers of life experience all wrapped up in one - which he has cultivated into his debut album, New Eye. It's a record that thrives on a unique variety of rock, pop, electronica, and much more.
...What's interesting about New Eye is that Marshall isn't limited to just one genre here; he lays down a cover song in the beginning, but once his original tracks start rolling, that's when the show really begins. The original "Angelina" has the potential to be his signature song, while the last half of the album is filled with imaginative instrumental opuses (the spacey "Satellite Suite," the funkadellic "Man Walking," and the sweet and simple "New Heart" ) with the kind of power to mesmerize the listener.

Overall, Mark Marshall's New Eye is exciting as much as it is compelling. It's a stellar debut, and it's not to be missed."
-Caroline Leonardo, Evolution of Media

"it's a voice that makes ya wanna take off yer clothes!"
Skys - Awesomeradio.net

"Have you heard Mark Marshall's CD yet? If not, shame on you!" - Mike Malloy - Nova-M Radio

"Angelina - I can't get that song out of my head!"
Judy Martin, broadcaster & journalist

“it's BRILLIANT, covers most genres and from the heart...love the instrumentals too!” - RaMoana, lg73 radio

“…tunes are amazing!!! I AM A HUGE FAN already ... a MEGA talent.” - Deena Miller - CSN

"This CD ROCKS." – Port Washington, NY

"Do yourself a favor - buy this CD. Then DON'T SKIP ANY SONGS. This CD is GREAT."

"I'm glad I bought this CD. - it's FANTASTIC."

"a great CD - what a great variety of styles, and GREAT music..."

“Miss Directed - this is a great vocalist…I love the delivery.” – Atlanta, GA

"'Angelina' gets stuck in my head when I'm at school. There's a bunch of film nerds that know the words because of my singing!" - San Francisco, CA

“Crossing is one of the best things I've heard in a long, long time- damn it's good!!! The Flame is simple and beautiful” – New York, NY

Something to Believe:
“Love the intro - like a theme to a space movie. When the vocals came in it totally changed the song. This is the best song I've heard for ages. Highly original. Rock meets blues meet techno. Love it.” - Motherwell, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom
“Great Mood & Production Create Compelling Listen - This song has a fantastic mood and groove with top notch instrumental production.” - San Francisco, California
“wow, what a one-of-a-kind song. I've never heard anything like it. Fascinating.” – Norwalk, CA
“…quite captivating, makes you feel like there is something big on its way...then when the voice comes in it makes us feel like we must bop our heads..” - Durban, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa
“I like that every few bars, there's something else that comes into the mix that makes you go OH... THAT'S COOL! At 1:11, when things drop out a bit and that one note sustains on the synth w/ the solitary piano notes... very nice! It's like a big breath of expectation. There's and quality to the voice that makes me think that this guy really means what he's saying! The mood is a nice calm ambiance with a tension lying just under the surface.” – New Hamburg, Canada
“I wish I could hear more great honest pop songs like "Something to Believe" - honest meaningful lyrics and great melody.” – Israel
“Hypnotic. Captivating. Great Concept. I Love It.” – Uniontown, PA
“Strong lyrics and delivery with feeling. Good structure...Hook was memorable...This song had a "WOW" factor once it got started. The lyrics express a feeling everyone can relate to…” - Port Saint Lucie, FL
“The voice has a characteristic timbre. Not mainstream, it is different. It is a pleasure to listen to.” - Graz, Austria
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recent net activity:

Something to Believe
#1 - rock showcase for over one month songvault.fm
Voted top tier by listeners - songvault.fm
top ten in pop/rock - broadjam
garageband.com reviewer awards:
best programming overall, week of 14may2007
best programming in pop rock, week of 14may2007
best mood in pop rock, week of 14may2007
best keyboards in pop rock, week of 21may2007

Angelina
top 40 in pop/rock and alternative - songvault.fm
top 100 - alternative pop - garageband.com

Miss Directed
top 40 in pop/rock and alternative - songvault.fm
top ten in pop rock - broadjam
garageband.com reviewer awards:
Track of the day
Best Male Vocals in Power Pop, week of 10Sep2007
Best Keyboards in Power Pop, week of 25Jun2007
Best Lyrics in Power Pop, week of 10Sep2007
Best Mood in Power Pop, week of 23Jul2007


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Mary Heggins

Excellent
It was not only fantastic on the first listen,it grows in your heart and soul. Nice, real nice!!!! When is the next release?

Mary Palmer - High Plains Public Radio (NPR)

Getta Look At This
Mark Marshall's CD New Eye may cause you to blink, but then you'd miss the good stuff -
by Mary Palmer.

Mark Marshall is a product of his environment and yet he is the master of what comprises that environment. His 2007 CD New Eye is certainly a whirl-wind of 70's-90's music influences that are somehow distinctive rather than cover.

Rather than going track by track to discuss the music I want to share with you the song The Flame. A sneaky little tune smack-dab in the middle of the CD, this instrumental is powerful...emotive...gripping...a life-expressing and changing kind of song. It begins with a simple piano theme that is encased in a synthesized-string cocoon. There is loss, hope, pain and beauty within this song. I can not express in strong enough terms how stirring The Flame is. The kind of song that is just looking for a documentary to star in, you know?

I could write more about each song, about the bizarre and often insane life that Mark Marshall has survived but that would make me one of ninety-billion music biz folks who are chattering about Mark Marshall. I would rather you just listen to The Flame. You'll immediately know Mark Marshall....at least one side of this complex and very talented musician.

Mary Palmer is the music director for High Plains Public Radio.