Martha's Trouble Forget October CD
Martha's Trouble Forget October CD
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Aisling

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Martha's Trouble Forget October CD

Martha's Trouble

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AISCD006
UPC:
825346157627
When they released Sleeping Dogs two years ago, Rob and Jen Slocumb were simply hoping to make a good record that would sell. They had worked to produce a disc that would attract attention from bigger record labels and make Martha’s Trouble a more recognizable entity on the folk music scene.

The Canadian music duo got what they were bargaining for and much more. Sleeping Dogs is MT’s best selling release to date and has garnered a fair share of attention from the folk music industry. The CD also captured the attention of booking agents and even landed a tune, "Some Peace Tonight," in a CBS movie called It Must Be Love starring Ted Danson and Mary Steenbergen.

“That record got us in the door with people,” said Rob, who manages the day-to-day business aspects for the husband-wife team. The effort grabbed rave reviews and earned Martha’s Trouble some hard to land festival dates where the couple have rubbed elbows with stellar artists like Greg Brown.

Now, Rob and Jen Slocumb are poised for even greater success with their new release entitled Forget October. “This disc represents a departure for us,” said Jen, lead vocalist for the group. “We’ve taken some chances artistically and these songs reflect our creative growth.”

“We just try to be real and personal with our songs,” said Jen. “Rob and I make music from our hearts and we share it with our audiences as though they were friends we haven’t seen in a while.”

"We wanted to take our time with this album (Forget October) and not be on any deadline. Our thinking with this is that we could really make a good record."
- Rob Slocumb

"The stoic guitarist stays in the back-ground, seemingly absorbed in his craft. Just down the stage, his diminutive partner steps up to an odd-looking African drum rig - and the music begins. When she leans toward the microphone a soft, childlike vulnerability and a haunting signature ripple in her voice finding its way irresistibly into every song..."
- The Room

Selections:
1. City Skyline
2. Don't Hide Away
3. I Know
4. Waverly
5. Through the Mystery
6. Sign of Life
7. Cold Rain
8. Forget October
9. Sweet Irene
10. Waiting
11. Keri
12. She Hears a Train
Description
When they released Sleeping Dogs two years ago, Rob and Jen Slocumb were simply hoping to make a good record that would sell. They had worked to produce a disc that would attract attention from bigger record labels and make Martha’s Trouble a more recognizable entity on the folk music scene.

The Canadian music duo got what they were bargaining for and much more. Sleeping Dogs is MT’s best selling release to date and has garnered a fair share of attention from the folk music industry. The CD also captured the attention of booking agents and even landed a tune, "Some Peace Tonight," in a CBS movie called It Must Be Love starring Ted Danson and Mary Steenbergen.

“That record got us in the door with people,” said Rob, who manages the day-to-day business aspects for the husband-wife team. The effort grabbed rave reviews and earned Martha’s Trouble some hard to land festival dates where the couple have rubbed elbows with stellar artists like Greg Brown.

Now, Rob and Jen Slocumb are poised for even greater success with their new release entitled Forget October. “This disc represents a departure for us,” said Jen, lead vocalist for the group. “We’ve taken some chances artistically and these songs reflect our creative growth.”

“We just try to be real and personal with our songs,” said Jen. “Rob and I make music from our hearts and we share it with our audiences as though they were friends we haven’t seen in a while.”

"We wanted to take our time with this album (Forget October) and not be on any deadline. Our thinking with this is that we could really make a good record."
- Rob Slocumb

"The stoic guitarist stays in the back-ground, seemingly absorbed in his craft. Just down the stage, his diminutive partner steps up to an odd-looking African drum rig - and the music begins. When she leans toward the microphone a soft, childlike vulnerability and a haunting signature ripple in her voice finding its way irresistibly into every song..."
- The Room

Selections:
1. City Skyline
2. Don't Hide Away
3. I Know
4. Waverly
5. Through the Mystery
6. Sign of Life
7. Cold Rain
8. Forget October
9. Sweet Irene
10. Waiting
11. Keri
12. She Hears a Train
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
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Artist
Martha's Trouble
Title
Forget October
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Additional Artists
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Record Speed Record Size
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
1
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
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In Stock
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CD
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