Andrew D. Huber | Resurrection Mary

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Resurrection Mary

by Andrew D. Huber

"Resurrection Mary" is a foot-stomping, fist-pumping, celtic-folk-rock wonderland. A kick-ass love song to an infamous ghost of Chicago. A perfect lead off track for Andrew D. Huber's 'Days Amidst the Dust".
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Resurrection Mary (Album Version)
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2. Almost Halfway Home
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3. Resurrection Mary (Solo Acoustic Version)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Resurrection Mary" is the first single from Days Amidst the Dust, the third solo album from Gecko Club frontman Andrew D. Huber. A concert favorite that preceded the release of the album, "Resurrection Mary" is an energetic mix of celtic-folk and straight-ahead rock. U.K. audiences have already caught on, with critics citing " “Resurrection Mary”, a wonderfully evocative title for a song that refers to Chicago’s infamous hitchhiker ghost story, though Huber messes with the narrative and turns it into something different. Perhaps it’s a love song - definitely a song of longing. It's my favourite track here....."

For this limited edition single, the album version is accompanied by a previously unreleased b-side ('Almost Halfway Home') and a solo-acoustic version of the lead track.


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