Marc's recordings include: Okie Doke Band (self-titled
EP, 1981); This Feelin' (LP, 1982 - also with Okie Doke); WAM
BAM BOOM (cassette, 1987); Filé Gumbo Zydeco Band (*cassette,
1988); Filé Gumbo LIVE! (*cassette, 1990); Feel Like Flying
(cassette, 1992, with Okie Doke); Bon Ton Two Tone (*CD, cassette,
1992); Sweet Misery Moan (cassette, 1994, with Blisswater, CD - 2000);
Big Big Love (*CD, Cassette, 1994); Let's Shake It! (cassette,
1995, with The Shack Shakers); Mardi Gras In New Orleans (*CD, Cassette,
1996); Rockabilly Rhythm & Blues (CD, 1997); Homegrown Music
(Book, 1982 / videocassette, 1994) ; (*with File Gumbo); Great Northwest
Country (compilation, 1982); Seattle R&B Volume 1 (*compilation, 1992);
All American Hardcore Hillbillies (compilation, 1995); Turning The
World Blue (Gene Vincent Tribute disc, 1996); Rockabilly Hall Of Fame, Vol.
1 (1998); Travelin'Mood (* CD, 2000); Jukebox Fever (CD compilation,
2002), On The Edge Of Romance: The Best of Marc Bristol - Country
(CD, 2003); Bluegrass Blend (CD, 2003): Glad You Come To Visit:
The Best Of Marc Bristol - Country, Vol. 2 (CD 2004); 30 Years!!! Bear
Family Records (CD box set BCD 17015 PR). Marc has also appeared on recordings
by other artists, like Jef Jaisun, Gary Cooper, Filucy Hootchie Cootchie
Band, Jeanne Towne, J.W. Sparrow and others. Titles in bold type available here - order below!
Marc's Country CD (Vol. 1)!
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On The Edge Of Romance securely online through Paypal (and see the list
(from Howard Cockburn's review of "On The Edge Of Romance" in his "Country Comment" column in the British magazine Now Dig This:
"What struck me first was the Hank Thompson quality to Marc's voice, plus a smidge of Ernest Tubb but more in tune! And the CD is very listenable with a great variety on offer from straight country, western swing and Cajun with attendant accordion for authenticity. I was impressed by a cuple of the slower songs 'If You Really Love Me' and 'She Helped Me (get my mind off you)'."
"While deliberately avoiding appeals to nostalgia, Marc Bristol re-awakens our awareness of rock and roll as the bold, exciting, revolutionary force that changed the course of musical history forever." Doug Bright - Heritage Music Review
"Wow, I hope this next band can keep the heat up!" - KMPS DJ just after the band played a set at Seattle's Bumbershoot