Marcus Singletary | Capitol Hill Reloaded

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Capitol Hill Reloaded

by Marcus Singletary

Political-social commentary and a firm belief in the power of positive thinking punctuate Marcus Singletary’s Capitol Hill.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. The Music's Playin'
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2. Lead the Way
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3. Keep On Moving
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4. Super Tuesday
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5. Johnson's Farm
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6. Train
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7. Signs of Life
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8. Best in Me (Live)
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9. Shame (Live)
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10. The Music's Playin' (Live)
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Album Notes
PROFESSIONAL REVIEWS OF CAPITOL HILL:
"There's something strange going on on Capitol Hill. Marcus Singletary plays blues-influenced classic rock not unlike Cream or Steve Miller. This particular breed of rock lends itself to a lot of soloing and intra-band jamming, and as expected, all of Singletary's songs eventually break down into extended guitar, harmonica or organ solos. What's strange is that Singletary plays all of the instruments. While lots of musicians have done this before, I don't recall any examples of artists actually jamming with themselves. Though Singletary's approach is novel, it deprives the music of its spontaneity. Even so, Singletary has skills out the gills: his voice has the right attitude, his guitar playing is sharp, and any guitarist who can hold a beat behind the drums deserves some props." - Philip Stone, Splendid, Dec. 2004

“Political-social commentary and a firm belief in the power of positive thinking punctuate Marcus Singletary’s Capitol Hill. Dreamy, jam-based blues largely carries the message, including this line from “Super Tuesday”: "Are you better off now than you were four years ago? / It's time for a change."” -Jason Scales, Illinois Entertainer, Dec. 2004

"This is a good disc, though to put it in a genre would be impossible. Easy to listen to, this is a disc of catchy hooks that will keep you listening again and again." -Impact Press, Nov. 2004

LINER NOTES: This reissue of Marcus Singletary's classic 2004 album Capitol Hill features the original contents, re-channeled and remastered, plus three bonus tracks recorded live on the 2005 Capitol Hill promotional tour ("Best in Me," "Shame," "The Music's Playin'.")


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