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Cooking Up Something Good
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Dreaming
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Freaking Out the Neighborhood
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Annie
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Ode to Viceroy
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Robson Girl
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The Stars Keep On Calling My Name
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My Kind of Woman
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Boe Zaah
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Sherrill
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Still Together
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 31:21

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Wondering Sound

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Evan Minsker

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10.16.12
Embarking on a yacht-rock voyage
2012 | Label: Captured Tracks / SC Distribution

Mac DeMarco’s solo debut from earlier this year, Rock & Roll Night Club, painted the Montreal singer as a breathy, unnaturally deep-voiced, unwholesome creep. On his follow-up, 2, DeMarco has left that caricature for a more reasonable vocal register, a jangling guitar and a set of breezy love songs. Here, DeMarco embarks on a yacht-rock voyage, offering pop songs that are easy, carefree and romantic. Strumming a vaguely tropical-sounding twangy guitar and crooning gently, he… read more »

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