MP3 Mallard - Three More Days
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ROCK: Americana, BLUES: Blues-Rock
Mallard's main axe is the electric guitar, but he also plays acoustic. He performs a lot of singer/songwriter and blues rock. Jimi Hendrix, The Allman Brothers Band, and Ray Lamontagne are currently his top three biggest musical influences. At this moment, he has been playing guitar for 4.5 years, and he also plays mandolin and electric bass. All his songs are recorded at his home project studio. Mallard enjoys producing and engineering records as much as he does writing and performing them.
All songs were written and played by Michael Allard with the exception of the piano piece in "Three More Days" which was played by Jessica Allard. All songs were recorded at Mike's Home Project Studio with the exception of the drum tracks in "Broken Mirror" which were recorded at C.A.T.A's studio. Special thanks to Mr. Betournay for the use of his drum set and to Jessica for her piano work. COPYRIGHT 2007.
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