Mark Tulk | At the End of the Day

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At the End of the Day

by Mark Tulk

Sometimes intense. Sometimes dreamy. Dark but not depressing. Piano-driven, art-rock with generous nods to John Lennon, Joe Henry, Nick Drake and John Cale
Genre: Avant Garde: Avant-Americana
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1. Robert Lowell
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3:54 album only
2. Evening
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4:11 album only
3. Low
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4. She
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5. Carnival
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6. Young/Free
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Album Notes
'The six tracks on At The End Of The Day occupy a space in the hinterland between the urban and the big outdoors, between the (false) promise of bright lights and big city life and the desolate beauty of the desert.' []

'Mark Tulk is one of Australia’s most promising musical talents' []

'At The End of the Day is a mature and sophisticated recording' [John Carver, PBS FM]


As a keyboard player and songwriter, Mark has been composing, recording and arranging music for nearly two decades, from theatre sound design to his own material -- and of course producing the work of other Artists on the Small House label.

Mark's 'day job' is President of Small House Records, which helps explain why it has taken so long to release his own material! With influences like: Bob Dylan, David Byrne, John Cale & Nick Drake, Mark's songs create 'sonic landscapes' for the listener to journey through... to experience a shadowy world of poetry and dreams... to explore the vagaries and mysteries of life, and what makes us who we are.


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