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Marking his debut release on Atlantic Records, this set of original tunes does more than that. Recorded in just 11 days at Nashville's historic Ocean Way Studios, Keep Coming Back confirms Broussard's position as an artist with a unique gift of channeling the multiple spirits of classic R&B and soul into contemporary terms.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Keep Coming Back
  2. Hard Knocks
  3. Real Good Thing
  4. Why Should She Wait
  5. Power's in the People
  6. Evil Things
  7. When It's Good
  8. Man for Life
  9. Another Night Alone
  10. Saying I Love You
  11. Going Home


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 16, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B001DPC4VO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,384 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I have kind of followed Marc Broussard froma distance for a awhile but he not an artist that I ever really considered one of my favorites. I love his song "Home" and also what songs I have hear from his last EP "Must Be The Water." So when I saw this record up on AOL to listen to for free I figured why not. After listening to it twice I decided to go get it. "Keeping Coming Back" is a southern record made by a southern boy, and I am not talking about southern rock. The first thing you notice about this record is the New Orleans, Louisana Bayou feel that permeates much of the album. From the jams to the mid-tempo numbers to the ballads you can feel it there in much of this album. I read on Wikipedia that Marc's father, Ted Broussard, is a Louisana Hall of Fame Guitarist and former member of The Boogey Kings, and you can really tell on this record that Marc grew up around this kind of music. And that is the feeling that I get when listening to this record, that Marc is playing the music he grew up listening to and learning from the guys that played it. And I don't mean as sort of kind retro vibe or as tribute to them, but that he is playing what comes naturally to him. This record covers the gamet from the funky to the bluesy to R&B to even some bluesy country (with guest vocals from LeAnn Rimes). I think it should also be stated that this guy has a great voice. He can sing next to LeAnn Rimes and not sound out classed. Instead he can match note for note and sound just as good. This record is enjoyable to listen to, and I promise you will find yourself bobbing your head while listening to it. It will also leave wanting to see Marc perform live. If you enjoy Dave Barnes, Matt Wertz, Gavin Degraw, or any artists like these, then check this one out.
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A couple of years ago I saw a Direct TV Concert Series featuring Marc Broussard. I was blown away by his voice and decide to pick up his album "Save Our Soul". I am not a big fan of albums full of covers but what I did take away from it was that Marc Broussard has a lot of talent.
I decide to purchase his two previous albums of original material, "Momentary Setback" & "Carencro". "Momentary Setback" was another example of his ability but his voice was over shadowed by the music throughout the whole album unfortunately. "Carencro" was a big step up in my opinion. He seemed to find his sound on this album but still didn't put it all together.
When I heard "Keep Coming Back" was coming out I was really looking forward to it. The day it was scheduled to be released I went to Best Buy, Target, Cd Disc World, and a few others and not one store seem to have it. For the next couple of weeks I continued go to all these stores to pick up his album but still no one had it and didn't know when they were going to get it.
I went on to Amazon and saw it was available and purchased the album right away. I must admit it was worth the wait. This album is fantastic. There is not one song on the Album that I do not like. My favorites would have to be "Hard Knocks" and "When it's Good" featuring LeAnn Rimes. "Keep Coming Back" was a great choose to kick off the album. The album is Soulful, Bluesy, Old School Rock, as well as a touch of R&B and Country. Pick up this album! You will not regret it.
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I've listened through the whole album probably 4 or 5 times. I discovered Marc a few months ago and purchased his Carencro album. That album is much better than this one, in my opinion. This album lacks the charm of Carencro. It also doesn't have the same "Singer/Songwriter" appeal. There are some stylistic shifts as well, which I look at in a negative light. Still, Marc's vocals are phenomenal. He's one of the greatest singers around. Perhaps this album will grow on me but after giving it a few listens, it isn't sticking all that well. Grade: C-
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I have the feeling that somebody at Atlantic decided that Marc was going to be the next crossover country-pop artist, and the result is this overproduced recording. I mean it sounds good - it is Marc Broussard singing after all - but doesn't have much soul. I just much prefer his soulful, funky side. The guy is amazing singer and songwriter, so trying to pigeonhole him as yet another country-lite pop star is a crime.
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This review might not be long. So let's go. Marc Broussard is one of my favorite "newly" discovered white singers because at his best he is just short of brilliance and his vocals are very soulful. I grew interested in hearing this album after hearing samples and getting to the track (and ultimately buying) "Another Night Alone". After listening to the full album tonight, "Evil Things" is one I'd add to the list of must-haves but that's pretty much it. Where is the soul? This stuff sounds like Motown but without the heart. Honestly, I think Atlantic ruined Marc Broussard. Why you may ask? Have you HEARD Marc Broussard, his latest album??? It's pretty devoid of soul. There is a lot of pop, pop, POP but hardly any real R&B present on that disc. At least this disc seems more R&B, but the heart is (mostly) missing. Like I said, I felt it (mostly) on "Evil Things" but the rest was pretty much ho hum. And what was with LeAnn getting her own verse on the song she contributed to but Sara Bareilles only repeating the same lyrics Marc did on "Why Should She Wait?". I love Sara and if they gave her her own verse on said song, it probably would have faired better.

There is one word that describes this album to me but I don't want to say it because it's against what I say and believe, but I will say this: the album is very mellow and non-offensive. If you are having a dinner party or are heading to bed, this may be the album for you. If you want to hear Marc bear his soul and the blessed vocals he showed off on songs like "Lonely Night In Georgia", check out "Evil Things" and maybe "Another Night Alone" just for kicks, but call it a day otherwise. Not much here sticks out.

3.7 stars.

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