The 13 songs of his debut album are nothing but 'acoustic lo-fi' masterpieces made out of pure talent. From the most lighthearted moments to the heaviest ones, GoodMorningBoy has no fear to show himself and cut deep to the bone. Alex Chilton, Robin Hitchcock, The Beatles and Neil Young are just some of the names coming to mind when listening to "Song=epitaph:outtakes" ep (2002), which consists of 8 outtakes from the album. After several tours Marco has become a surprisingly mature performer able to capture the attention of the crowd both with his backing band and solo. With the passing of time, the core of his music has softened, the vocals have become even more clear than what you can hear on "Hamletmachine" (8 November 2004), his new release.
A painful work born out of suffering and passion. We think the artwork of the cd and the lyrics say much more than Marco himself was able to tell with words. There's a star on the back cover its light will make the fog go away and at least that's what we wish to Marco. Read more on Last.fm.
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