Wednesday, October 21, 2020
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The Moshville Times

Classic Covers: Mark Morriss – Lucretia (My Reflection)

The Sisters of Mercy - Lucretia (My Direction)Mark Morriss is a bit of a buzz-word right now with The Bluetones frontman recently announcing a reunion tour for this September, with many of the dates close to selling out.

This album is the second studio solo album from Mark. Titled The Taste of Mark Morriss, this record is a 12-track intimate insight into the creative-mind of one of the UK’s finest song-writers.

Mark has selected his favourite “blast from the past” songs that helped to form his musical tastes and shape the songwriting abilities we all know and love, picked them apart and re-invented them with his own flair.

Featuring something for everyone, the album provides an eclectic mix of covers, including The Sisters Of Mercy, Madonna, Laura Brannigan, Weezer and The Pet Shop Boys. Bringing listeners a trip down “Memory Lane” with a fresh, new perspective.

Check out his version of the Sisters of Mercy’s “Lucretia (My Reflection)” below.

Track listing:

  1. This Pullover (originally by Jess Conrad)
  2. Rock & Roll Woman (originally by Buffalo Springfield)
  3. Souvenir (originally by OMD)
  4. Self Control (originally by Laura Branigan)
  5. Duchess (originally by Scott Walker)
  6. You Are My Friend (originally by Rain Parade)
  7. Lucretia (My Reflection) (originally by Sisters of Mercy)
  8. Angel (originally by Madonna)
  9. Almost Gold (originally by Jesus & Mary Chain)
  10. Don’t Let Go (originally by Weezer)
  11. Love Comes Quickly (originally by The Pet Shops Boys)
  12. Good Archives (originally by REM)

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