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MD's acclaimed 2011 Waterbug release. Fifteen tracks in all, 12 originals including: The Middle Years, It'll Be Better When It's Better, We Become, My D-18 and The Bluebells In Kentucky.
The set also includes three of MD's all-time in concert favorites: Ruben You Can Play Your Banjo, Two Little Boys and Livin' With the Blues.
Produced by John Abbey and recorded at King Size Sounds in Chicago IL, Time Ain't Got Nothin' On Me features a Chicago All-Star cast of musicians and singers: The Sons of the Never Wrong, Michael Smith, Don Stiernberg, John Williams, Brian Wilke, Frank Rosaly, John Abbey, Colby Maddox, Ellen Shepard and Christopher Walz.
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Off the Beaten Track by Scott Sheldon
"The music of Chicago songwriter, troubadour and music educator Mark Dvorak is best described in one of his lyrics: "Another hopeful song for a dismal day." The themes on this, his fourth album for Waterbug, are often gloomy - the coming of age, lost love, a fallen soldier, or just 'livin' with the blues' - but he delivers those songs in a clear, sweet tenor that conveys humor and optimism. For example, in singing about coming to middle age, he jokes that he has 'something left to say,' but just 'not quite as loud.' "
Around Here by Kelley Simms
"Folk singer-song writer Mark Dvorak's fouth Waterbug release, 'Time Ain't Got Nothin' On Me,' features 12 originals, plus three live tracks. Dvorak's songs about life, time, and age are delicately crafted with familiar, folksy warmth. His voice conjures the spirit of Buddy Holly while he pours his heart and soul into the music."
Paul Schingle Reviews by Paul Schingle
"It's been nearly five years since Mark Dvorak' has released a disc of mostly original tunes (2006's 'Every Step of the Way'). Mark has blessed his listening public with fifteen new songs. Twelve of the songs on the CD are Dvorak's own compositions. It was worth the wait."