- Artist: Mark Woodstock Stewart
- Format: CD
- Release Date:5/26/2009
Color my world cuz it's in black and white... Callin when you're fallin to me...seven of nine and I've started to climb, oh I see...Sanctuary for a smile...no I'm not a star but I can shine, shine, shine...Do you think I'm crazy cuz I believe in love...She's the only thing I ever needed to be one...Tell me how to love you tonight...You told me that you'd love me baby such a long time... Pieces of a life that has touched and has been touched....living, loving, hurting and in the end surviving. This is what Mark, 'Woodstok', brings to the stage and studio, the common experiences that we call life he calls music. "I feel good about the bad times and great about the good times, My songs are my children, my life and my passion." Each track will leave you with something special, take you back to a smile or carry you forward from a tear. " I don't believe in limiting myself to any one genre or style, I write what I feel, what I live, and it all seems to come out in different flavors." If you're looking for facts, dates, credits and all that stuff that doesn't tell you anything of importance then I'm sorry you won't find it here if you want the REAL bio for Mark 'Woodstok' Stewart the go to the music, that's where you'll learn about the man, the musician, and the life of this artist. Splitting Image is an exploration of Woodstok's country influences, with Nashville session player Rukie Dize on guitar, pedal steel guitarist Harry Evans and pianist Jesse Friend, he's expanded his music to new levels of mood, expression, and ....well joy!!
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