Marshall Clary: Music
Pickin' Brothers - CD
I'm Not Going Back To The Bad Times
This one is for Bluegrassers. Banjo and dobro by Rick Watson. Guitar, vocals, and other stuff by Marshall.
Hugh Clary plays a great dobro on this classic country song. Vocals, guitar, and other stuff by Marshall
Wind Rider is now a phantom ship, drifting with the tide. She haunts the coast with a crew of ghosts. Stuff by Marshall.
Hilton Head Blues
My wife broke her toe at a golf tournament and inspired this song. Hugh on dobro. Marshall does the other stufff.
Where The Devil's Flowers Grow
Prostitution ads and drug addiction documentaries sparked this song. Bad choices destroy lives. Stuff by Marshall.
This one's for Sharron. Stuff performed by Marshall.
I Wonder Where You Are Tonight
A Bluegrass standard with Rick on Banjo, Hugh on Dobro, and Marshall does the other stuff.
Howard and Annie
Howard and Annette Strevel made a commitment that lasted all their lives, and beyond. Marshall does the stuff.
Writing On The Wall
King Belshazzar learned a lesson about messing with God in Daniel, Chapter 5. Rick on banjo. Marshall does other stuff.
Your Love Just Amazes Me
This one's for Rick and Shirlee, Hugh and Dot, Betty and Jamie, and Sharron. Rick on banjo. Other stuff by Marshall.
Come To San Diego
Come to San Diego and you'll never be the same. Great song for a great city. Lead vocal and keyboards by Marshall.
Things To Do - CD
A father without a conscience tries to explain to his kids why he didn't write, call, or visit them.
A man tells his wife he has "things to do," disappears for 20 years, and spins a story about why.
A man who never saw Ireland falsely claims to have been born there and describes it to a pretty young lass.
A man tries to justify to the mother of his three children why he lost her refrigerator in a poker game.
Her Name Was Ruth
A son tells memories about his deceased mother whose name was Ruth.
A "mostly honest" gambler lies to a pretty young lady about an Irish father and family castles.
Curious kids invite a dad they never knew to a family jam.
Calm The Storm
Written in the waiting room at a hospital where my mother-in-law was having critical surgery.
I Believe It
A calypso song that tells the gospel story of Jesus and concludes that "The Bible Say and I Believe It."
Jesus wept because those he loved were in anguish because they didn't understand God's purposes.
Nashville Sings Christian Country - CD
Make a Joyful Noise
Written as a theme song for a church youth group attended by our sons.
A conversation with Jesus about why He came to Bethlehem
Having You With Me
A life's lesson about chasing our dreams and leaving behind the most important treasures we could ever find.
He Called My Name
(Jimmy C. Newman)
Jesus, the Good Shepherd, searches for those He loves as a shepherd seeks his lost sheep.
I See That Lonely Cross
(Jeannie C. Riley)
The sights and sounds of the crucifixion, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ
Hold On to My Hand
Our need for someone we love and trust as we travel life's journey.
Jesus, Do You Really Care?
Does God really hear us when we pray? Does He really care? Is He really there when we need Him?
Jesus, You Have Loved Us
"This is love: while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us."
It's Your Wedding Day
Written for the wedding of Marshall's daughter, Cynda Rae, to Robert Haddock.
In my heart there's a flower but it blooms just for you.
Come To Me
Come to Me all you weary and burdened. I will give you rest.
The Lord's Prayer
The Lord's Prayer from the Bible set to a new Christian Country melody written by Marshall Clary.