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by Marlon Cherry

A fusion of world-beat grooves, rock, soul, & jazz, with a spiritual love vibe, Influenced by Dead Can Dance, Bob Marley, John Lennon, Todd Rundgren, author James Baldwin, & actor/film maker Charlie Chaplin.
Genre: Rock: Jam-band
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1. The First
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2. Just How Beautiful (you Are)
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3. Dreamland
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4. Grace
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5. Horse Protection
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6. Glorious
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7. Abudon and Tse-wa
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8. Imagine Too
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9. The Lonesome Road
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10. Thanks For the Dose (drugs of Choice)
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Album Notes
Former member of the tribal-rock group, Mecca Bodega and currently with the indo-pop fusion group, Church of Betty, Marlon also works regularly with Suzzy & Maggie Roche (of The Roches), Australian didjeridoo player Simon 7's Didjworks, Sonic Uke, and performs music for film, theater, and modern dance.

"Elsewhere" is a fusion of world-beat grooves, rock, soul, & jazz, with a spiritual love vibe, influenced by Dead Can Dance, Bob Marley, John Lennon, Todd Rundgren, author James Baldwin, & actor/film maker Charlie Chaplin.

Most of the songs feature Marlon on all vocals & instruments including various hand drums, and assorted percussion, didjeridoo, kalimba, and guitars.

There are also guest appearances by Terre Roche on guitar and vocal, Chris Rael (Church of Betty) on sitar, Deep Singh ("Bombay Dreams", Broadway cast) on tabla and Daniel Carter (Other Dimensions In Music / test) on saxaphone.

Most of the songs are original compositions and there are covers of the folk classic, "The Lonesome Road" and a version of Joni Mitchell's "Dreamland".


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Fred Mills / Magnet Magazine On Line

An unabashed multi-genre delight for fans of uncluttered brain candy
Guitar virtuoso/soul mystic. Elsewhere includes space-
age, Frippertronics-meet-Krautrock instrumentals, Terry
Callier-esque souljazz, cosmic reggae, and a nicely-
wrought cover of Joni Mitchell's Dreamland. An imaginative, impassioned show by multi-instrumentalist Cherry. A wizard and a true star.

Jane Siberry

It is wonderful. It is making me feel good
Dear Marlon, I am finally having a chance to listen to your music. It is wonderful. It is making me feel good. I especially like This is Beauty,This is Grace - the way you sing it. I think you did create a positive vibe recording.

Laura Turner / Kweevak's Tracks

A gem for listeners everywhere
Cherry sings with power, emotion, and feeling. One can understand why he has been referred to as a "soul mystic." Elsewhere is a diverse collection of well-orchestrated songs and expressive vocals that is
a gem for listeners everywhere.

Chris Steakley/the Performing Songwriter

Marlon Cherry is an artist of estimable vision.
Trance-inducing beats, grooves that sway like trees in the wind and a mad scientist's approach to worldbeat and ethnic fusion mark Marlon Cherry as an artist of estimable vision. His strutting, ferocious take on Joni Mitchell's "Dreamland" should do Mitchell proud.

Silver Moon Music

Thanks for the dose Marlon!
I find this CD to be very uplifting. A unique blend of spiritual soul-pop... thanks for the dose Marlon!