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Green River - Single

M. Ward

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How intimidating to take an already great song and try to make it your own by injecting your own artistic license while respecting the original version. Each M. Ward tribute shows his prowness at not only selecting the right songs, but performing unique fresh masterpieces of master works.

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nice twist on an old classic.

Great interpretation!

Ward's version of Green River makes you feel like this was the way it is supposed to sound! Like sitting somewhere on a bayou hearing the locals sing it like they feel it personally. That's because it's not overly produced (thank you!), and as a result sounds "real" - like you're there for the live performance.

Biography

Born: 1974 in Ventura County, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Portland, Oregon-based singer/songwriter M. Ward (born Matthew Stephen Ward) grew up listening to gospel and country, two genres that figure prominently in his breezy, West Coast take on Americana. After a six-year stint with the folk-rock trio Rodriguez, Ward began sketching out songs deeply rooted in the classic traditions of American country-folk. Ward's first solo effort came in the form of Duet for Guitars #2, which was written and recorded while he was living between Chicago and various locales...
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