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Bayou Teche

by Mark Viator

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    Mark's debut CD from 2003. 11 original songs, swampy, bluesy, slide guitar, singer-songwriter.

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Migrant Moon 03:59
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Cajun Bal 04:42
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Riverwheel 03:46
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Fidel's Jig 02:57
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Party Shoes 04:18
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Mark's first solo CD, released in 2003, covers the musical territory between swampy Louisiana and the deserts of the Southwest. Featuring Susan Maxey on harmony vocals. Co-produced by Jane Gillman

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released January 15, 2003

Produced by Jane Gillman and Mark Viator
Recorded and mixed by Eric Blakely at Folk Reel Studio, Austin, TX
Mastered by Jerry Tubb at Terra Nova Audio
Art and design by Judy Paul
Photography by Carmen Retzlaff and Sue Pooree

Mark Viator: vocals, guitars
Susan Maxey: harmony vocals
Charlie Larkey: bass
Ron Erwin: drums
Peter Schwarz: fiddle
Serge Laine: accordion
Erik Hokkanen: fiddle
Paul Pearcy: percussion
John main: bass
Jane Gillman: harmonica, mandolin
Rich Brotherton: guitar
Marcia Ball: accordion
Lisa Mednick: organ
Slaid Cleaves: harmony vocal

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Mark Viator & Susan Maxey Austin, Texas

Songwriters Viator & Maxey bring you an ever-evolving repertoire of songs about endless highways, hurricanes, barrooms, and the power of love. Their tightly woven vocals are underscored by Mark’s slide and acoustic guitar playing, and Susan’s soulful voice is an instrument all its own. They deliver an emotional authenticity built on the rhythms of Louisiana and the poetry of Texas troubadours. ... more

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