Marnie Walker | Time and the Hours

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Time and the Hours

by Marnie Walker

Magical and haunting with undertones of noir, luscious harp is combined with Marnie's lyrical voice in these timeless songs.
Genre: Classical: Vocal Music
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1. Why Not Me?
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2. Dance Macabre
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3. La Vie En Rose
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4. Night Upon Me
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5. Waiting for Love
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6. Lullaby
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7. Only Your Name
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8. Over and Over
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9. Padam Padam
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10. Time and the Hours
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11. S-Curve
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The musical world that Marnie creates in this album is evocative of dreamy heartbreak, the kind of bittersweet, love-lorn musical landscape the romantic soul is drawn to again and again. Like a gently swaying pendulum, the aesthetic arcs from a light sweetness, like in the Spanish-influenced " Lullabye", to the wounded voice of "Dance Macabre" where a dark, magical realism mingles death with the dance. The unique instrumentation of harp and voice gives this album a timeless quality, and when mingled with the subtle, seductive poetry of the lyrics, the resulting aesthetic is both hauntingly perfect for a midnight favorite, yet full of a sincerity and beauty that make it the perfect accompaniment to a new dawn.


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