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Come To Mary

August 2, 2011

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Come To Mary
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  • Original Release Date: August 2, 2011
  • Label: Station Grey Records
  • Copyright: (c) 2011 Station Grey Records
  • Duration: 4:33 minutes
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  • ASIN: B0059YVIGW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,344 Free in Songs (See Top 100 Free in Songs)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Apparent on August 4, 2011
The first 4 seconds made my ears perk up and I enjoyed the float down this peaceful river. This song is unique and yet you can clearly hear many influences from the era that produced The Mamas and The Papas, and CSN&Young. Yet, it has an overt country quality due to the lap steel guitar. The deep clear guitar work is slow yet intricate in that one phrase intertwines and compliments the next. And there is a cool little jam session containing some generic yet tasty country licks. Although from this cut I prefer Jesse's tone and delivery, I don't hear how she will be able to escape comparisons to Grace Slick due to the heady sonic atmosphere that surrounds her pleasant vocals; which also mesh comfortably with the guys' accompaniment.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Hansen on August 4, 2011
Listening to this song without hearing the rest of the record is like going to Yellowstone National Park, taking a picture of "Old Faithful" and getting back in your car and driving away--it's gorgeous no doubt, but there's SO much more to see. Get out the car, get on a trail and take a hike. If you like this song, even a little, you won't regret it!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kort TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 4, 2011
Listening to "Come To Mary" is like taking a trip back to the summer of '69 and the psychedelic rock that was a part of it. I wouldn't be born for 2 more years, but I listen to a lot of Rock from that era. This song is reminiscent of harmonies of Jefferson Airplane, the delicacy of America and flashes of the intricate guitar work heard in the music of Grateful Dead. Take a look at the mystical sounding lyrics and I think you may get the idea:

"Come to Mary; she don't mind.
Come to Mary; she don't mind.
Because everybody gets to have their time,
come to Mary; she don't mind.

To everybody left behind,
to everybody left behind;
the world feels wicked,
but I'm feeling fine.
To everybody left behind...

I'm the one who cannot let go;
how I long to stand beside her golden glow.
Come to Mary; she don't mind..."

Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter do a good job of recreating this impression of yesteryear, yet it sounds genuine and not an affectation. The song is pleasant and I'm glad for the chance to add it to the playlist on my Cloud Player. It isn't what I would consider a hit, but it has a genuine appeal. The 60s vibe is carried on through the rest of their 'Marble Son' album, so if "Come To Mary" whets your appetite, the perhaps it is worth dining upon the full meal.

~ Kort
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This is classic Jesee Sykes. A great song and a great album. If she'd put out an album a year I'd buy each of them.
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By Muddle One on August 4, 2011
No, not Bryan, Ryan Adams. This tune reminds of his sound. Clear bright Guitars (electric & Steel) mixed with a melancholy spirit that sucks you right in. Very intimate presence that contains an edge along with relaxing quality. Grab it !
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