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Mark Murphy (18) - Broken Vessel (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Mark Murphy magic for Muse – a great little record that has the singer working in wonderfully warm company – a great group of players, and an assortment of excellent tunes! The album moves nicely between the more obscure numbers we always love from Murphy and a few familiar standards – always handled with class and creativity, and that real "cut above" Missing: Broken Vessel.
  2. One of singer Mark Murphy's most famous records, this album finds him at the peak of his powers. This version of the title cut is considered a classic, and other high points of this gem include Murphy's interpretations of "Farmer's Market," Jobim's "Waters of March" and "Like a Lover."5/5(4).
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  6. Tracks Nature Boy - Calypso Blues Love Letters - Serenata Oh You Crazy Moon 'Tis Autumn I Keep Goin' Back To Joe's Tangerine Lush Life Never Let Me Go These Foolish Things Portrait Of Jennie -- Ruby For All We Know Maybe You'll Be There Missing: Broken Vessel.
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  9. MARK MURPHY Vinyl Records and CDs Mark Murphy has managed to weather every change in music since the mids without ever compromising who he is nor what he does (he's not a snob, he just plays to his strengths) and by doing so he has remained Missing: Broken Vessel.

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