Mark Mcguire: Living With Yourself
Release Date: October 12, 2010
This album is not so much music as it is a mood. It’s going up into your parent’s attic and finding a bunch of old family photographs and forgotten videotapes. It’s eating platefuls of turkey at Thanksgiving and then reveling in the bliss of being surrounded by loved ones. It’s family vacations, long drives home from college, and holidays spent together.
This album is nostalgic, cathartic, and blissful. It’s the mundane parts of life that we take for granted and then wistfully wish we could have back.
This album is your past, your youth, your regrets, and your happiest moments all encapsulated in a haunting 42 minutes. It’s the story of your life—and why wouldn’t you want to listen to that?
8 / 10