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M.Ward est originaire de Portland, Oregon. Songwriter d’exception, la musique semble occuper une place unique et intemporelle dans son existence. Une place qui tend des ponts entre les fossés des différentes traditions musicales américaines : folk, country, blues et rock.

Armé d’une guitare, d’un harmonica, de percussions éparses et d’un clavier, M.Ward s’inscrit dans un registre classique et hors du temps, qu’il semble…

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  • Severely underrated musician
  • I think it's safe to say I adore every single track on "Transfiguration of Vincent". Giving it a listen after probably six years. Stunning.
  • @MichaelKeppler any way you could help me find some sheet music for chinese translation? The more advanced the better but I can complicate something simplistic if that's the best that can be found.
  • @riclmnopp You are right. I just felt that he has a lot of songs about God/ Jesus/ getting saved/ other whatnot. I realize now that he is just an artist with that standpoint to his songwriting, and is not necessarily "christian music". But still songs like Fishing Boat Song and Fisher of Men can get me really thinking about Jesus.
  • @PurpleMuleMan, Just because an album or song seems to have religious undertones doesn't make it Christian Music.
  • M. Ward proves that Christian music/ songs about God don't have to suck. In fact, they can be quite good.
  • Transfiguration #2 sheets right here: Enjoy!
  • the go getter soundtrack sz
  • Right people, the only album of his i've got is "Transistor Radio", and I noticed that neither the songs, nor the album are listed highly on here. I was wondering if all his stuff is like this album, or if it's different at all. By the way "Four Hours in Washington" is cool as shit, but far too short! Leave me a shout on whether I should pursue M. Ward further.
  • +1 on Trans

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