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Album Review

Marc Cohn's second outing manages to easily overcome the sophomore curse — the material here is strong, relaxed, very assured, managing to be dramatic without being blatant. The overall album is warm and hypnotic, covering a variety of moods. It's a terrific and subtle piece of work.

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Wow...

One of the best albums from one of the most under rated artists. This is my favorite Marc Cohn album followed by his self-titled album followed by Burning the Daze. If you like Marc Cohn you should definitely give this album a listen. A true musician at his best. 5 Stars.

wow

love, love, love it!

Biography

Born: July 5, 1959 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Rock

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

One Sunday morning in the early '70s, a youngster in Cleveland caught an earful of Van Morrison's Astral Weeks and his life was never to be the same. That kid was Marc Cohn, and soon after that morning, he bought everything Morrison had released to date, along with works by Joni Mitchell and Jackson Browne. Soon thereafter, an older brother taught him a Ray Charles tune on the piano, and he joined a cover band, Doanbrook Hotel. He sang with them from junior high school until he left home for Oberlin...
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The Rainy Season, Marc Cohn
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Adult Contemporary, Pop/Rock
  • Released: May 11, 1993

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