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Editors’ Notes

2008's Keep Coming Back finds Marc Broussard still belting out bygone blue-eyed soul-inspired epics steeped in the rich sounds of vintage gear recorded on two-inch analogue tape. But this time around the songs are all originals and his lyrics are more pertinent than any down-on-my-knees-begging-you-please clichés. "Keep Coming Back" opens with the smooth strut of a Curtis Mayfield tune (think Shaft soundtrack) which Broussard inflects with both the gritty gusto of Bobby Charles and the buttery timbre of Lowell George. His guitarist may have been going for a Jimi Hendrix tone on "Hard Knocks" but the polished production pulls the acid from the rock, sounding more like a Lenny Kravitz anachronism. Conversely, the groove-heavy "Why Should She Wait" is so authentically old school (even with Sara Bareilles' guest vocals) that it will make you want to don vintage corduroys. The swampy funk of "Power's In The People" boogies on a clavinet and a minefield of wah-wah pedals, but "When It's Good" is the undeniable jam here with LeAnn Rimes helping it sound like a bluesy Delaney & Bonnie gem. She almost upstages Broussard, but by the end, there's no doubt that this is his masterpiece.

Customer Reviews

FRESHHHH!

Marc Broussard lends a crediblity to today's music scene of programmed, digital, canned crap that pollutes the airwaves. My biggest hope is that he gets airplay. Selfishly, I hope that I still get to see him at smaller venues, but truly he is a powerhouse waiting to explode. His musical style is eclectic. His band has a great energy and this album does not disappoint. Faster tempo songs like Keep Coming Back, Hard Knocks, and Man For Life are catchy and well played. Slowing it down a little in songs like Real Good Thing, he proves he can support his material with great singing. His slow songs like Evageline Rose and Evil Things beg to be replayed. Evil Things, as far as arrangement, is probably one of my favorite songs on the album. The best thing about Marc is that what you hear on the album, is what you get when you see him live.

buy this...and a ticket to the live show

Love the new album- but nothing compares to the live show. I highly recommend seeing him on tour- his band is amazing, and he sounds even better live.

I've run out of interesting ways to say it...he's fantastic!!!

There's no such thing as a bad album from Marc. Whether it's his original stuff or covers, this man steps up and hits it out every time and Keep Coming Back holds the tradition alive. If you've got a heart and a soul, this album will not disappoint...

Biography

Born: January 14, 1982 in Carencro, LA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The son of Boogie Kings guitarist (and Louisiana Hall of Fame member) Ted Broussard, singer/songwriter Marc Broussard was seemingly destined for a life as a music man. His upbringing in Lafayette, Louisiana, instilled in him an affinity for R&B alongside the Cajun trappings of southern Louisiana. Drawing vocal and stylistic influence from Otis Redding and Brian McKnight while bearing the preternaturally gruff vocals of John Hiatt and Dr. John, Broussard was barely 20 at the time of his first album's...
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