All of Mark's CDs can be purchased at CD Baby (www.cdbaby.com) and are also available for download on ITunes. Mark's music is also available on streaming services including Pandora, Spotify and Amazon Music Unlimited.
Mark's second CD, 'There Goes The Neighborhood', features 12 original songs and musical contributions from Duke Levine, Sandy Martin, Lorne Entress, Mark Erelli, Lisa Bastoni, John Curtis, Susan Levine, Chris Elliott, Oen Kennedy and Rob Siegel. The CD hit number 21 on the national Folk-DJ radio airplay chart, and was selected by Performing Songwriter magazine as one of its top 10 "DIY" releases.
Mark's debut CD, 'Amateur Hour', contains 14 original songs and features guest appearances by numerous well-known performers on the Boston singer-songwriter scene.
Mark's third CD, 'Some Assembly Required' contains 11 original songs and backing by local stalwarts including Duke Levine, Sean Staples and Joyce Andersen. The CD got great reviews (check out the Reviews page of this website) and hit both the Folk-DJ and Roots Music Report national radio airplay charts. Eight of the CD's eleven songs won awards from national songwriting contests.
Mark's music has also been included on numerous multi-artist compilation CDs, including:
Songs Inspired by To Kill A Mockingbird == Produced by Dick Pleasants/WUMB Boston. Mark's song "String Him Up" is included along with tracks by (among others) Chris Smither, Kate Campbell and Vance Gilbert.
Features and Openers -- Mark's acclaimed song "Hotel Vendome", about a tragic 1972 fire in Boston's Back Bay, is included on this benefit compilation, with proceeds going to The Center for Arts in Natick. Other artists on the CD include Lori McKenna, Kevin So and Don White.
Club Passim Open Mic -- This CD featuring memorable performances at the legendary Club Passim open mic includes Mark performing his song "General Gao". The CD also includes performances by (among others) Michael Troy, Dave Crossland and Erik Balkey.
Hudson Harding Sampler Vol. 4: Happy Holidays -- Mark's seasonal ode "A Hardcore Honky Tonk Christmas" is included on this compilation, which hit number 1 on the national "Folk-DJ" radio airplay chart in December 2009. Other artists on the CD include Dala, Barbara Kessler and Joe Jencks.
Hudson Harding Sampler Vol. 8: Happy Holidays -- Mark's song featured on this compilation, "Santa Drank The Whole Damn Bar", was the number 3 most played song on national folk radio for the month of December 2013. Other artists on this CD include Jonathan Byrd, Mara Levine and Noel Paul Stookey.
Hudson Harding Sampler Vol.11: Happy Holidays -- Mark's song "Leonard Cohen Christmas" went to number 3 on national folk radio for the month of December 2016. Other artists on this CD include David Lamotte and Don White.
Hudson Harding Sampler Vol.12: Happy Holidays -- Mark's song "Christmas in Bethlehem", which went to number 6 on national folk radio for the month of December 2017, is included on this compilation. Other artists on this CD include Tom Paxton and Noel Paul Stookey.
The Longest Night Of The Year, Vol. 1 -- Mark's song "Santa & Elvis" is included on this 2 CD Hudson Harding seasonal sampler, which also features tracks by (among others) Suzzy Roche, Noel Paul Stookey and Christine Lavin.
Our Finest Gifts -- This compilation of holiday songs by Boston-area performers (to benefit the local charity Small Can Be Big) features " A Hardcore Honky Tonk Christmas", along with tracks by (among others), Steve Rapson, Ellen Schmidt and Dan Cloutier.
Mark's fourth CD, 'The Story Behind The Story' contains 12 original songs and backing by some of the finest musicians on the New England folk and roots music scene, including Mark Erelli, Danielle Miraglia and Jenee Halstead. The CD went to number 17 on the national Folk-DJ radio airplay chart and was named on a number of reviewers' "Best of 2013" lists.
Mark's latest CD, 'Any Port In A Storm', contains 11 original songs and guest appearances by artists including Rose Polenzani and Adam Michael Rothberg. The CD has received excellent reviews and went to number 18 on the national Folk-DJ radio airplay chart.