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Never Far Away
  • Artist: Mark Arnill
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 823173501828
  • Item #: 157314X
  • Genre: Christian
  • Release Date: 7/26/2011
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Never Far Away on CD

Join Mark on a musical journey with 'Never Far Away', his second recorded anthology of original compositions. You'll discover strong, thoughtful, honest lyrics set to tasteful and intricate melodies, woven together to bring a variety of genres: celtic, folk, contemporary, ballad, country, and blues. You'll enjoy the unique sounds of bagpipes (Just an Old Man), English horn, and even a rockin' guitar solo (Never Far Away). Take delight in the two Christmas songs (Micah 5 and Love is Borne) that provide a fresh message and style to this amazing season's story. Mark's social conscience is given expression through 'How Can We Live?' and 'In the Back of Your Mind', while he explores his instrumental side through 'Transitions' (2 different versions). No less powerful and inspiring are 'This Highway' capturing the struggle that comes with living a life of faith, 'Never Far Away', a direct response to his first album's title track, and 'When One Works with One' about the power of Christian unity. If loves songs are your weakness, you will identify with the lyrics and melodies of 'Say Goodbye' and 'Hey There'. It truly is an all encompassing album. What more could a listener ask for?