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Marc Broussard wanted to offer his fans something different prior to the release of his next studio album. Rather than a standard greatest hits package or a perfunctory live album, Broussard had something different in mind. His upcoming release Home (The Dockside Sessions) accomplishes both, but in a unique way. It provides the audio tracks from the various videos Broussard has compiled over the course of his career, all of them recorded live at Dockside Studios near his Lafayette Louisiana home. The album includes a telling remake of Broussard’s signature song -
Although each of the 15 songs on the set represent Broussard’s best known material and fan favorites from throughout his storied career, Home (The Dockside Sessions) is more than simply a reminder of past glories. The material has been retooled and reinterpreted in stripped down aural settings, the result of which provides an intimate opportunity to share the inherent emotion Broussard invested in each of these soulful sessions.
While all the songs resonate as essential additives in Broussard’s repertoire -
“This song has given me a career,” Broussard remarks. “Without it, I don’t think I’d be where I am. However, when I hear the original, I hear a boy trying to sound like a big man. It needed a redo. Something swampier and dirtier than before. Something that showed its age a little more honestly.”
Likewise, the connection with these videos is clear; these live performance videos have become an eagerly anticipated, ongoing endeavor. Collectively, they have garnered more than 30 million plays. His acoustic version of “Cry to Me” has gained over 10 million views alone on YouTube.
The same can be said of many of the album’s other offerings, including his interpretations of timeless classics such as “Cry to Me,” “These Arms Of Mine,” “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man” and “I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know.” Mostly performed solo on acoustic guitar or piano, the arrangements leave room for Broussard’s emotive, expressive vocals to hit all emotional highs. He channels the spirit of the great soul singers Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye, Al Green and others, in ways that find him climbing to the same sanctified plateau.
Track listing (All songs recorded live at Dockside Studio)
3.I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know
4.Lonely Night in Georgia
5.Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
6.The Beauty of Who You Are
8.Let Me Leave
9.Send Me a Sign
10.Don’t Be Afraid To Call Me
11.Come In From the Cold
13.Cry To Me
14.These Arms of Mine
About Marc Broussard
It comes as no surprise to anyone who’s followed Broussard’s career since the beginning that his gift has been a matter of common knowledge since 2002, when Broussard released his debut album, Momentary Setback, which he recorded and released independently at age 20. Likewise, it was no surprise well before then, as affirmed by those lucky witnesses who heard him belt "Johnny B. Goode" onstage at age 5, sitting in with his father's band, Louisiana Hall of Fame guitarist Ted Broussard’s legendary The Boogie Kings.
In 2004, Broussard released his major-
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