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World On A Wire (CD)


World On A Wire (CD)

by Marc Carroll

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“The respect of legends is well deserved.” Gavin Martin, Daily Mirror.
· In the wake of 2013’s critically acclaimed ‘Stone Beads And Silver’ and preceding a
new album for the label, One Little Indian release remastered editions of Marc
Carroll’s first four albums. ‘Ten Of Swords’, ‘World On A Wire’, ‘All Wrongs Reversed’
and ‘Dust Of Rumour’ are expanded to include B-sides, radio sessions, rarities, and
live and previously unreleased material.
· ‘All Wrongs Reversed’: A collection of intriguing waifs and strays made up 2003’s ‘All
Wrongs Reversed’ which, for this edition, has been completely recompiled,
duplicating only five songs from the original and adding ten new selections, including
his take on Bob Dylan’s ‘Gates Of Eden’ which found its way to the great man’s
official webpage as an audio stream.
· ‘Dust Of Rumour’: The guitar driven triumph of ‘Dust Of Rumour’ in 2009 earned 4
star reviews in Uncut and Mojo, where Fred Dellar confirmed “Marc Carroll is
something special and this engaging record is deserving of a far wider audience.”
· Gavin Martin, awarding a 5 star review in The Mirror, stated “This excellent Dublin
bred troubadour, now based in Los Angeles, has won plaudits since the release of his
striking 2003 debut ‘Ten Of Swords’. Blending reverberating songs of the soul, hard
haunted Celtic odysseys and his raw intimate vocals, Marc’s third album shows the
respect of legends is well deserved.”
· ‘Ten Of Swords’: Signing with Universal after dalliances with Rough Trade and V2,
debut album ‘Ten Of Swords’ remained unreleased from the time of its recording in
1999 to 2003 when industry veteran Andrew Lauder stepped in and issued it on his
Evangeline label. Uncut proclaimed it “One of the finest debut’s in recent times.”
· ‘World On A Wire’: The second studio album, 2005’s ‘World On A Wire’, saw Carroll
move into an somewhat eerie mode, with Uncut noting that for “The follow up to the
mighty ‘Ten Of Swords’, Carroll has dampened the psych pop fizz for a slower dazzle
that sets these wonderful songs of personal faith aglow.”
· The Irish Times has described Marc Carroll as “one of the great lost songwriters.”

‘World On A Wire’
A Way Back Out Of Here
Love Over Gold
No Time At All
Together We’re Strong
It Isn’t Always Easy
And You Are?
Talk Again
God’s Wit
Press On
In Agreement With Reality
Till These Bars Break
Love Over Gold (Live)
Together We’re Strong (Live)
Till These Bars Break (Live)
A Way Back Out Of Here (Live)
Press On (Original Mix)

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