What was Made for Weathering

by Wilson Marks

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The cover of "What was Made for Weathering" features a house Marks once lived in that was made of barge-wood and had floated down the Mississippi river. Since they couldn't send the barges back upriver for repeat use, they were often disassembled and restructured into shotgun houses. What was a boat can become a house. What was a house can laid low, or turned into something else entirely: songs of loss, hope, love, change and transformation.

Says the Austin American Statesman:

"A singer-songwriter and sideman with roots in New Orleans, Marks brings some of that city’s jazz elements to this graceful 11-song collection of acoustic-based material. "

April of 2015

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released April 23, 2015

Wilson Marks - voice, guitar, accordion, bells
Janie Cowan- Upright Bass
Aaron Parks- Drums

Recorded and Mixed by Grant Johnson of FatFuse Music
Mastered by Carl Saff

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Wilson Marks Austin, Texas

Wilson Marks studied jazz in New Orleans destitution in Portland and tacos in Austin TX. He writes songs of hope, love and longing amidst a handful of swinging tunes that sound like they sashayed in from Tin Pan Alley still wet with the rain. The cover of his latest release, "What was Made for Weathering" is a house he once lived in that was made of barge-wood that floated down the Mississippi ... more

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