Marc Cohn is the self-titled debut album released in 1991 by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn. The album peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard 200 Chart. It was RIAA certified gold in 1992 and was certified platinum in 1996. The album is known for the hit single "Walking in Memphis". Following the release of the album, Cohn won the 1992 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Track 9 written by Willie Dixon; all other tracks written by Marc Cohn
Marc Cohn is the self-titled debut album by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, released in 1991. 38 on the Billboard 200 Chart and was RIAA certified Gold on February 12, 1992, and RIAA certified Platinum on April 2, 1996. All tracks written by Marc Cohn, except "29 Ways" by Willie Dixon.
Marc Cohn is the self-titled debut album by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn, released in 1991. Studio album by. Marc Cohn. Track 9 written by Willie Dixon; all other tracks written by Marc Cohn.
Album · 1991 · 11 Songs. The Very Best of Marc Cohn. Careful What You Dream: Lost Songs and Rarities.
Marc Cohn is one of the finest debut albums of the 1990s, and it brought adult piano pop back to the radio. Every song is well-crafted, and Cohn's singalong choruses, introspective lyrics, and vocal stylings reveal his '60s soul and '70s singer/songwriter influences. It is not surprising that the songs played on piano work better than those written for guitar; however, the album is surprisingly consistent, even for a debut. This album is worth checking out for any listener who wonders where the tuneful pop and soul of the Big Chill era went.
Marc Cohn (born July 5, 1959 in Cleveland, Ohio) is a Grammy-award winning American singer-songwriter, best known for his song "Walking in Memphis" (often misattributed to Bruce Springsteen or Michael Bolton) from his self-titled 1991 album Marc Cohn. According to the Walking In Memphis Songfacts, Cohn was discovered by Carly Simon in the mid-'80s when he was with a 14-piece band called The Supreme Court.