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CD Title:  *321* Reviewed by:  KimJay
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Date: 4-26-04
Reviewer is from:  Humble, TX Rating:  ллллл  

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I am listening to your CD right now and I think it is a great breakthrough for country music.  I love the tone.  The music is absolutely splendid.  Keep doing whatever it is that u are doing. The music will take you places.

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CD Title:  *321* Reviewed by:  S.L.A.! Date: 2-18-03
Reviewer is from:  Houston, TX Rating:  ллллл  

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Mark's songs are great.  He has a great voice which he presents very well.  I love the way he thinks when he's writing his songs.  My favorite song on the album is #3, "Couldn't Stay"; it's obviously about a girl which makes it really sweet and I love the way his voice sounds while singing it.  #1 I also love because it's talkin' about leaving a small town and starting a new life.  No shame and blame in that...GREAT JOB Mark!  I look forward to hearing more of your upcoming songs in the future.

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CD Title:  Mark Sanders Reviewed by:  Blam-O Date: 2-10-03
Reviewer is from:  Austin, TX Rating:  лллл  

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I love it.  I got the CD after seeing Mark open for Randy Rogers Band.  Mark is a great talent.  "321" is a great song.  Pretty much about Texas life, driving around in the Hill Country.  Before you say it sounds cliche, give it a listen because it's not as typical as it sounds.  "Ballad of Sheriff Johnson" is my favorite tune on the CD.  I don't know if it's the harmonica that gives it it's appeal or the lyrical twist at the end.  But it begs to be a hit and will no doubt be on the Texas Music Chart someday.  (And hopefully the Billboard chart).  "Couldn't Stay" is an excellent song that merges lyrics and music wonderfully.  It's a song about a girl, of course, and you can tell it's true.  Writing that deep doesn't come from a made-up story.  "Mexico" is a bluesy, rock type of song.  It isn't too shabby either.  Not my favorite on the album but it's catchy and most likely a popular tune at shows.  I'd suggest it to anyone!
Spend the five dang bucks and get yourself a copy of the CD.  You won't regret it.  Mark's voice has that certain appeal to it.  Down to earth and true, yet it reaches out to be heard.  It's unique but at the same time familiar.  Not typical but everyday.  IT's hard to explain but if you listen to it you'll understand.

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CD Title:  Mark Sanders Reviewed by:  Luke Date: 2-7-03
Reviewer is from:  South Austin, TX Rating:  лллл  

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The first song sounds a lot like the early days of the Great Divide - it has good lyrics and hearing the songs with a full band really supports them...My favorite song on this disc is #2, "Ballad of Sheriff Johnson" - this is the song that made me pick up the CD, besides #5, which, is to become one of those songs the drunk guy in the back will yell out 15 times during the first 20 minutes of the show, and keep on yelling till you play it at which time he will start requesting it again - you all know the guy!  Ha ha - good luck.

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CD Title:  Mark Sanders Reviewed by:  Alison Date: 1-9-03
Reviewer is from:  Houston, TX Rating:  ллл   

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I love his songs!

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