For A Song (single) by Mark Erelli. My first real song was called River Road, and was the centerpiece of my debut album. Take My Ashes To The River, Call You Home, Bend In The River -my first four records all featured songs about rivers, and they have figured prominently in the lyrics of each subsequent release. written from a river's point of view. So I get in the minivan, and I try to find the others. I mark the distance from home by crossing the Hudson or Susquehanna, and I time the hours remaining in the journey when I pass over them again going in the other direction. Each time I cross one, I imagine the rivers inside my veins sing a little bit as well. And I almost believe that if I can listen closely enough, I might feel another song coming on.
BPM Profile Mark Erelli. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Mark Erelli.
Mark Erelli - Crying (04:25, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - My Body Is a Cage (04:58, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Tony (04:18, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Don't Give up on Me (04:23, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Deep Red Bells (03:42, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now) (04:03, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Ophelia (03:17, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - I Feel so Good (03:32, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Brokedown Palace (04:57, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - The Boys of Summer (05:14, 320Kb/s). Mark Erelli - Mixtape (2018). Mixtape (2018) - download the album and listen online
Mark Erelli Tracklist. 1. Do It Everyday Lyrics. 2. One Too Many Midnights Lyrics. 3. Thought I Heard You Knocking Lyrics.
Mark Erelli (born 1975) is an American folk singer/songwriter from Reading, Massachusetts now living in Portland, Maine. His album, Hope & Other Casualties, is a collection of folk and Americana songs with stylistic arrangements, including "The Only Way", written in response to the September 11, 2001 attack and covered by Ellis Paul and Vance Gilbert. On "Compass & Companion", Mark partnered with Kelly Willis for the title song.
Mark Erelli (born June 20, 1974) is an American singer/songwriter, t, and touring folk musician from Reading, Massachusetts who earned a Master’s Degree in evolutionary biology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst before pursuing a career in music. Erelli has released nine solo albums and three collaborative albums. His self-titled debut album was released in 1999, the same year that he won the Kerrville Folk Festival’s New Folk Award. He formed the Mark Erelli Band and in 1997 released the album Long Way From Heaven. After attending the North East Folk Alliance Conference in 1997, Erelli signed a recording contract with Signature Sounds Recordings
|1||Do It Everyday
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Mark ErelliBass – Jim LamondDrums – Lorne EntressElectric Guitar – Kevin Barry , Mike DinalloHarmony Vocals – Ben Demerath
|2||One Too Many Midnights
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Mark ErelliBass – Jim LamondHarmony Vocals – Rani ArboOrgan – Joe BarbatoTiple – Lorne EntressTwelve-String Guitar, Guitar – Duke Levine
|3||Thought I Heard You Knockin
Dobro – Roger Williams Electric Upright Bass – Marty BallouHarmonica, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark ErelliPercussion, Tiple – Lorne Entress
|4||The River Road
Bass – Jim LamondElectric Guitar – Duke LevineOrgan – Tom WestPercussion – Lorne EntressVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark Erelli
|5||I Always Return
Bass – Jim LamondDobro – Roger Williams Drums, Harmony Vocals – Lorne EntressOrgan – Tom WestVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark Erelli
Bass – Jim LamondDrums, Percussion – Lorne EntressHarmony Vocals – Ben DemerathOrgan – Tom WestSlide Guitar – Duke LevineVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark Erelli
|7||Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained
Accordion – Joe BarbatoBass – Jim LamondVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark ErelliZither, Mandolin – Lorne Entress
Banjo – Dave Dick Bass – Jim LamondDrums – Lorne EntressElectric Guitar – Duke LevineHarmony Vocals – Ben DemerathVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark Erelli
|9||Only Wondering Where You Are
Bass – Jim LamondDobro – Roger Williams Drums, Percussion – Lorne EntressVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark Erelli
Bass – Jim LamondDrums – Lorne EntressElectric Guitar – Duke LevineHarmony Vocals – Ben Demerath, Louise Taylor Mandolin – Dave Dick Organ – Tom WestVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Mark Erelli