Mark Duda: Month Of Sundays

Mark Duda: Month Of Sundays
Title: Month Of Sundays
Label: True Rock

2017 release. Month of Sundays showcases a certain departure from the hard, classic rock that Mark Duda's other bands (The Handful, Mad City Rockers) are known for. Instead, this is a melodic and tuneful blend of storytelling and traditional rock and punk that is full of New York City swagger. The album is as much a tribute to the music and club scenes of '70s and '80s Lower Manhattan as it is a representation of some of the very current sounds and energy that can be found in the "Big Apple." Mark Duda is in top form on Month of Sundays, performing songs that seamlessly blend traditional rock with elements of punk and doo wop. "This is the album I always wanted to make," Mark says, "with the songs my bands couldn't or wouldn't do, played by musicians who truly understood where the material was coming from. This album is really a love letter to the East Village. A message in a bottle, washed up on the banks of the East River."

1.1 Month of Sundays
1.2 Murder on Delancey
1.3 Standoff Love
1.4 Worse for Wear
1.5 Connection
1.6 Subway Song

Mark Duda: Month Of Sundays

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