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Marc recorded "This Feelin'" in 1982 at Crow Recording in Seattle, with John Nelson engineering. Several of the Seattle area's finest musicians had their first or very early session in a recording studio on this project: Orville Johnson (acoustic guitar, siede guitar, fiddle, mandolin), Marty "Dr. Slide" Lepore (dobro, electric lap steel guitar, spoons on the bonus track), Pete Martin (mandolin and fiddle), Cathy Nordhaus (now known as Cathy Chung - harmony vocals), Mark Filler (dulcimer and tongue drums), J.J. Mayfield (on loan from "Bad" Ray Boneville's Blues Band - drums). Jonothan Schneider on banjo had much experience in the Bay area before moving north. Quentin "the Mysterious Dr. Q" Rhoton had been playing washtub bass with Marc since 1975. Gabrielle Silva wrote the song "Homing Heart" and gave it to Marc, she sings harmonies on "Blue Guitar Pick" and "Seattle Zoo". Phil Herold sings harmonies on a couple songs. Many of the songs had been waiting 10 years, or almost that long to get recorded, but there were a couple newer ones as well: "Goin' Down To The River" (laid back swinging Blues with twin slide guitars - Orville on acoustic and Marty on lap steel), and "Magic Words". Music and lyrics for many of the songs were included in Marc's book "Homegrown Music". The jazzy "How I Say It" got compared to Mose Allison by one person who bought the cassette. Still available on vinyl (with only 11 songs - $6 plus postage), Marc has decided to reissue it on CD with all the tracks from the cassette, plus "The End Of The World", which we should have promoted that year the Mayan calendar was misinterpreted as designating as the last year ever.

This Feelin' - KN1002 (soon to be available at CDBaby, iTunes etc. as complete album or individual track downloads!
Samples of each track will also be there at CDBaby)

"Feels as comfortable as a well worn pair of Levis" - Mike McClusky, Valley Record

"...from thezesty, upbeat andfoot-stomping to reflective, lyrical and insightful...Bristol gentle humor andexpansive outlook elevates the dialog he creates." - Lynn K. Mitchell, Woodiville Weekly

"a sense of sharing something wonderful" - Joe Adcock, Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Songs: 1. I Thought That I Was Broken 2. Goin' Down To The River 3. How I Say It 4. My Lady* 5. You're Already There* 6. Leave Your Cares Behind 7. Seattle Zoo 8. This Feelin' 9. Blue Guitar Pick 10. My Ol' Rockin' Chair 11. Mountain Lullaby* 12. Cabin In The Woods 13. Magic Words 14. Swapper's Reel* 15. Homing Heart 16. The End Of The World*

*these songs are not on the LP version - but we still have copies available for only $6 plus postage! Call or e-mail to inquire! Songs 2, 6 and 16 are also available on Glad You Come To Visit: The Best Of Marc Bristol - Country, Vol. 2, link below.

Or send $14 to Blue Suede News ($20 for Europe, Australia or Asia, $18 for Canada), Box 25, Duvall, WA 98019 Or you can call us at 425-788-2776 or 1-866-420-2776 (in the U.S.) and place your credit card order over the phone! (you can also order more than one CD and save! Each additional CD only $11 including postage! E-mail Marc) Check other Marc Bristol CDs below!

On The Edge Of Romance: The Best Of Marc Bristol - Country, Vol. 1
Marc's New CD Bristol Rockin' - Click here to buy!
Rockabilly Rhythm & Blues
Live At The EMP
Bluegrass Blend

Glad You Come To Visit: The Best of Marc Bristol Country, Vol. 2
Click here to order "Sweet Misery Moan" securely online through Paypal