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Album Review

New York-based Dubliner Mark Geary delivers an extraordinary sophomore album with Ghosts. Drawing on Jeff Buckley, Nick Drake and Elliott Smith, Geary's music has commercial reach, boasting the same sort of allure that helped make David Gray a household word. "Beautiful" is warm, evocative banjo-tinged pop, while "You're the Only Girl" has a soulful vocal line and a lilting, Paul McCartney-esque shuffle. Hushed in their presentation, Geary's ballads and subtle rock songs — like the thumping, edgy title cut — come directly from the heart. If the eight-and-a-half minute meditation "Hold Tight" runs on too long, it is Geary's only misstep here. With such pointedness and the strong songwriting ability he puts on display with Ghosts, Geary's ascent can't be too far off. ~ John D. Luerssen, Rovi

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Born in Dublin, Ireland, in 1973, Mark Geary is one of eight brothers and sisters raised during a time of extreme political and social upheaval, part of the reason there was a mass exodus of young Irishmen in the late '80s and early '90s. Geary, if fact, was one of those emigrants; he arrived in New York in 1992 at the ripe age of 19, and gradually established himself as one of New York's most popular singer/songwriters, with the local press christening Geary the next in a line of honest and personal...
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