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A Life Worth Living


Download links and information about A Life Worth Living by Marc Broussard. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 47:41 minutes.

Artist: Marc Broussard
Release date: 2014
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 12
Duration: 47:41
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No. Title Length
1. Hurricane Heart 2:54
2. Dying Man 4:23
3. Perfect To Me 3:33
4. Man Ain't Supposed To Cry 4:07
5. Edge of Heaven 4:12
6. A Life Worth Living 3:40
7. Honesty 3:59
8. Another Day 4:04
9. Weight of the World 3:24
10. Shine 5:31
11. Give Em Hell 4:20
12. I’ll Never Know 3:34



There’s an unmistakable sense of homecoming to Marc Broussard’s A Life Worth Living. After a stint on Atlantic, the singer/songwriter returns to Vanguard for his sixth album. Most significantly, his latest songs draw on his personal experiences for inspiration, giving the tracks real intimacy. Broussard sings with a natural soulfulness worthy of Bill Withers and Otis Redding. He finds an able studio partner in Paul Moak, who produces the tracks with an ear for both accessibility and rootsiness. There’s a generosity of spirit in his lyrics, leavened with self-knowledge and playful humor. Tunes like “Honesty” and “Another Day” (a duet with Company of Thieves’ Genevieve Schatz) confront romantic heartache without flinching. “Hurricane Heart” manages to be simultaneously rueful and jaunty as it alludes to both a broken friendship and the struggles of Broussard’s native New Orleans. The album's range and breadth is impressive, stretching from the steamy workouts like “Dyin’ Man” and “Man Ain’t Supposed to Cry” to reflective ballads like “Give ‘Em Hell” and “I’ll Never Know.” A Life Worth Living is a testament straight from the heart, as well as Broussard’s strongest album in years.