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Artist: Mark Spiro

Title: Care Of My Soul

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Category: Westcoast AOR

Year: 1994

Label: Empire (Sweden)

Catalog Number: ERCD 1009


Mark Spiro Vocals, Guitar
Tim Pierce Guitar, Mandolin
Kevin Wyatt Bass, Harmonica
Jimmy Keegan Drums
Pete Candoli Trumpet
Mike Fisher Percussion
Lisa Haley Violin
Jamey Jaz Keyboards, Backing Vocals
Ron Kalina Harmonica
Armen Ksajikian Cello
Julian Lennon Vocals
Frank Marocco Accordion
Dean Parks Banjo
Christopher Bogan Backing Vocals
Lua Crofts Backing Vocals
Naimeh Heath Backing Vocals
Martika Backing Vocals
Kelly Sachs Backing Vocals
Sandy Simmons Backing Vocals
Leslie Spiro Backing Vocals


1.  Care Of My Soul  3:34
2.  One Of The Reasons  5:55
3.  King Arthur  4:53
4.  Drop In The Ocean  4:52
5.  Wheels May Rust  5:14
6.  Woman Be True  4:24
7.  The Fisherman 3  4:34
8.  You Can't Take That Away  4:57
9.  Interlude  0:44
10.  Between The Raindrops  4:27
11.  Wallflower Ranch  5:36
12.  Lately  5:31
13.  Everything Changes  5:09
Total Running Time:  59:50

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From: ROB GARCIA Date: July 31, 2004 at 6:39
if you're a bit open minded and every once in a while you enjoy listening to something different then this one's for you. what we're talking here is acoustic songs with some folk influences and if you mixed that with mr spiro's songwritting(and we all know what the man is capable of)what you get is a formula that in my opinion works pretty well in this case.like i said don't expect another aor infused record cause in that case you'll be dead wrong in here;instead if you like acoustic stuff

From: ROB GARCIA Date: July 31, 2004 at 6:40
well played and obviously well written then give it a go cause im sure most of you'll be surprised.i know i was.

From: mitch Date: August 3, 2004 at 7:52
this is a shit album..avoid

From: Geoff Date: August 13, 2004 at 2:15
Jeez, this one is actually impossible to listen to as far as I'm concerned. I love the man, and all Mark Spiro albums after this one, but this is terrible. If you can stay awake or interested past the first song you're a man of good temper and patience. Awful, awful stuff. Still, he's a great lyricist and I guess you can take a way a cool lyric or two - just 0% on the musical front. Slow, boring a dreary are words I'd used to describe it. Awful! 1/10

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From: Jez Date: August 13, 2004 at 5:15
I have a massive Love/ Hate relationship with this cd, one minute i love it, the next it puzzles the shit out of me. If you play this back to back with say ' Now Is Then' then i think it will do exactly the same for most of you aswell. This was the first Mark Spiro album i heard, so i have progressed from this to the more recent stuff. If you did the reverse, i can see why this may have a negative impact on a lot of people. Live with it (a long time) and it will grow on you (Maybe)

From: ROBERT Date: September 28, 2006 at 12:43

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