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Milburn - Along Comes Mary album

Milburn - Along Comes Mary album

  • Performer: Milburn
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Along Comes Mary
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Indie Rock
  • MP3 version size: 1788 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1441 mb
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Along Comes Mary" is a song composed by Tandyn Almer, originally recorded in 1966 by the Association, and released on their debut album And Then. Along Comes the Association. It was their first hit and reached number seven on the . Along Comes Mary" is sung from the point of view of a once-disillusioned young man talking about the "tribulations no one ever sees" and who "curse those faults in m. The singer believes Mary gives him comfort and improves his life

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The band released their first demo in 2001, titled "Steel Town". The demo was handed out at gigs and to anyone interested in listening. Milburn released their second album These Are the Facts on 24 September 2007, preceded by the first single from the album "What Will You Do (When the Money Goes)?" on 17 September. Milburn promoted These Are the Facts with an initial UK tour in September 2007 then another tour in November 2007. As part of the November 2007 tour, the gig at Manchester Metropolitan University's K2 was canceled halfway through after the venue failed to hire a sufficient crowd barrier.

Along Comes the Association. Mary" in the song's title subtly refers to marijuana. It has been covered by several artists, most notably the Bloodhound Gang.


1 Along Comes Mary
2 Miles Away
3 Being Someone
4 You Never Really Know


CD-r with printed paper label.