Brand New by Tomorrow

Brand New by Tomorrow


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Official Release Date Feb 27, 2007
Artist Money Mark
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005098572
Item Code  0602517231122

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  • Manufacturer: Brushfire Records

track listing

1. Color of Your Blues2. Pick Up the Pieces3. Summer Blue4. Pretend to Sleep5. My Loss, Your Gain6. Everyday I Die a Little7. Radiate Nothing8. Black Butterfly9. Nice to Me10. Eyes That Ring11. Brand New by Tomorrow

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Money Mark was due for a vocal album after the instrumental Change Is Coming, and he was long due for any kind of release, considering it had been five and a half years since that record. So, praise is due to Jack Johnson for green-lighting the recording of Brand New by Tomorrow on his Brushfire label after he heard some early demos. (The two share a friend and producer in Mario Caldato, Jr.) Although Johnson and Money Mark don't seem to have much in common on the surface, their laid-back approach to the music of the '70s is similar -- be it singer/songwriter pop or funk -- and their one collaboration here, "Pick Up the Pieces," is a happy marriage. (Fortunately, Johnson's help is limited to the songwriting.) Elsewhere, Mark is just as spot-on with his songwriting and his gadgety one-man-band playing, although the vocals take more of the limelight than on past records. (Apparently, the drums on the early demos were a little harder before Caldato produced a mix that had, as Mark put it, "more wrist and less forearm.") He's only improved as a vocalist, often double-tracking his vocals for ghostly harmony, and keeping his instrumental prowess to just a few tricks per song. Mark described this as a post-9/11 record (Change Is Coming was released in early September 2001), and there are elements of sadness or melancholia to songs like "Everyday I Die a Little," "Summer Blue," and "Color of Your Blues," but Mark's laid-back stride keeps the affair surprisingly buoyant.

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SN: 222 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093