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December 03, 2019
Mark Bryan - Songs of the Fortnight

Setting a playful mood with tunes of the harmonica Mybabyshe'sallright with the introduction of vocals retains a playful mood, but acquires shades of a certain reverie. Rhythmic guitar passages set the mood for the development of If You Saw Her song, which continues the Mark Bryan - Songs of the Fortnight album with a mood of anticipation of wanderings and adventures.
The soft and mesmerizing chime of guitar strings elevates the vocal part to the forefront of the Almost Loved Me musical narration. The Little Bit of Everything chimes of guitar strings resembles the romantic tunes of songs of the 70s, returning to the times of youth and inspiring memories of the romantic experiences of youth. The main male vocals are complemented by the background tunes of the female vocals and, in the instrumental part, captivate trumpet melodies.
The soft romance of acoustic string notes and The Great Beyond vocals experiences is crowned with violin passages. Keeping the same spirit of adventure, Forgetting About Me music and vocals acquire a certain shade of rebellion.
The following compositions are marked by the participation of invited artists - at first it is not very noticeable in the sound of Whole Lotta Lovin' (feat. Hank Futch) song, but in Sweet Love (feat. Kathy Dempf) female vocals it sometimes comes to the fore, leaving the male vocals in the background.
Vocal phrases carry the banners of romantic experiences, explaining everything quite clearly and clearly by the name of the Only Love Can Satisfy song. Slightly lowering the tone of its sound and complementing its color with a background hype, the A Song for Maryland vocals complement the atmosphere of romantic experiences, after which a soft and gentle Maybe Then (Acoustic) romance completes the album with the tones of a soothing charm.