Mark Owen - The Art Of Doing Nothing album download
The Art of Doing Nothing is the fourth solo studio album from Take That band member and singer-songwriter Mark Owen. The album was released on 7 June 2013 in Germany and 10 June 2013 in the UK, eight years since his release of his third studio album, How the Mighty Fall.
The Art of Doing Nothing, however, is not filled with self-pitying tracks and Owen wallowing in his past mistakes. In my head I can go grey and rain easily. But it's not always fair for me to ask people to listen to grey and rain, so I was thinking, 'let's try and bring the sun'. The album is as mixed as Owen's emotions, with some tracks that could surprise Take That fans who are familiar with their rousing pop anthems . It's like when you do your exams - as long as you do your best. I've done my best so that's all I can hope fo. Mark Owen's album The Art of Doing Nothing is out on 10 June.
In March 2013, further details of the album emerged, including the album title, The Art of Doing Nothing. The album was then mixed in New York at the Electric Lady Studios by Michael Brauer, Charlie Russell, Ben Mark and Jamie Norton. He confirmed the album would feature a collaboration with singer-songwriter Ren Harvieu, and production from Alt-J producer Charlie Russell. A source said: "Mark is really excited about the album - he sees it more as a collaborative work than a solo album, something he made with a collection of his friends.
Take track 2. my favourite, 'The One' if this had been a Take That single I wouldn't have been surprised if it reached number.
Lyricist：Mark Owen、Ben Mark、Jamie Norton Composer：Mark Owen、Ben Mark、Jamie Norton. Gonna build a rocket Anytime you want it Paint it pretty colors Gonna light it up and take us to the moon That's what I'm gonna do That's what I'm gonna Save up all the paper Gonna need later Maybe take a minute To get to my head directions of the way You want to get away I'm. taking you. Through the eyes of the black hole And the open doors Through the cracks in the pavement In conversation . A. D. 1. nd Of Everything.
Mark Owen has made the best album of his solo career, his fourth, The Art of Doing Nothing: he should be jollier than ever. Then again, we know Mark Owen: sweet-natured, vulnerable, acutely self-deprecating, an adorable showbiz entity, which made his rehab tumble a genuine nationwide shocka. He confessed to a series of one-night stands, an on-off five-year affair and a cataclysmic booze problem while in his long-term relationship with actress Emma Ferguson (together since 2004, married in 2009)