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Mark Cameron - Built To Bust (2011)

12-10-2016, 16:51
Blues | Rock

Title: Built To Bust
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Cop Records
Genre: Blues, Electric Blues
Quality: Mp3/320 kbps
Total Time: 61:35
Total Size: 149 Mb


1. Tough All Over
2. Cannery Row
3. Built To Bust
4. Red Hats
5. Let Me Get Back To You
6. Young Man's Game
7. Do Lovin Right
8. Time For You To Go
9. Hobby Cop
10. Sunshine
11. The Country Song
12. Slippin Away
13. Built To Bust (Remix)
14. We're All Losers

John Benedict: Gretsch Fusion II, Slingerland drums and vocals; Scott Lundberg: Fender Precision Bass and vocals; Mark Cameron: Fender Stratocaster, Fender Steel Resonator, Ovation Balladeer and vocals.

Minneapolis-based singer, songwriter and guitarist Mark Cameron has been active in live music for over thirty years. He began his performing career in the rich folk-rock scene of the early 1970’s and brought this influence into several bands he founded during the 1980’s and 1990’s. Today, Mark’s focus is centered on crafting original Blues songs with strong melodies and memorable lyrics. The range of his material stretches the Blues genre beyond the standard comfort zone with a focus on “foot stompin, butt shakin” music that resonates with a live audience.

After five studio releases in the 1980’s and 90’s, Mark turned his focus to the Blues. In 2009, the song "Boxcar Blues," from “Life of Illusion” became an instant classic and packs the dance floor at live performances every time. In 2011, Mark released the ambitious project, “Built to Bust,” featuring the hipster-swing classic “Do Lovin Right” and the Chicago-Blues romp “Tough All Over.”

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