Mean Marc Ash – “Can’t Get Enough” – The enduring power of classic rock!

Marc Ash, better known as “Mean Marc Ash” or simply “Mean Marc,” is a former professional wrestler turned actor and musician. He began his wrestling career in the 1990s, performing for various promotions including the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). After retiring from wrestling he pursued a career in acting, and has appeared in several films and TV shows. In addition to acting, Marc Ash is also a musician and has several releases under his belt. Marc Ash is known for his tough-guy persona, both in and out of the wrestling ring, and his music and acting work often reflects this image. He has a large and dedicated fanbase, particularly among fans of professional wrestling and hard rock music.

Currently Mean Marc Ash has covered the song, “Can’t Get Enough” by the English rock band Bad Company. The song was written by the band’s vocalist, Paul Rodgers, and was included on their self-titled debut album, which was released in 1974. The song is widely regarded as one of the band’s most popular and enduring hits.

The track was recorded in Headley Grange, Hampshire, England, which is a country house where Led Zeppelin had previously recorded their album “IV.” The recording studio was in the house’s living room, which gave the song a warm and intimate sound.

Musically, “Can’t Get Enough” is a bluesy rock song with a memorable guitar riff and a catchy chorus. The song’s lyrics are about the narrator’s obsession with a woman who has captured his heart, and his inability to get her out of his mind. The song’s chorus, “Can’t get enough of your love,” has become a classic rock anthem.

The song’s success helped launch Bad Company’s career, and it remains a staple of classic rock radio to this day. It has been covered by several artists, and has been featured in numerous films, TV shows, and commercials. The song’s enduring popularity is a testament to its timeless appeal and the enduring power of classic rock music.

Some cover versions stay fairly true to the original, but with some notable differences. For instance, the guitar riffs are played with more distortion, giving the song a heavier sound. Additionally, the vocals may be delivered with a more modern rock sound, and there are some slight variations in the melody of the chorus in other cases.

Mean Marc Ash has done it again with his version of Bad Company’s classic hit “Can’t Get Enough”. With a respectful nod to the original, Ash has put his own unique twist on the song, creating a bluesy vibe that is sure to get rock fans grooving. What is most impressive about Ash’s version is that he doesn’t try to do too much with the song. He keeps it true to its roots, while still adding his own flair to it. This is not an easy task, as many artists fall into the trap of trying to reinvent the wheel with their covers. Ash, however, keeps it simple, allowing the melody and the vibe to shine through.

The keyboards in this version are particularly noteworthy, as they sound more prominent and give the song a livelier jam band feel. This adds an extra layer of energy to the song, and creates an atmosphere that is sure to get any audience up and listening.

Overall, Mean Marc Ash has hit it out of the park with his version of “Can’t Get Enough”. He pays homage to the classic and organic rock sound, while still adding his own unique twist to the song. Fans of Bad Company will appreciate the respectful nod to the original, while also enjoying the fresh take on this timeless classic. Ash has proven once again that he is a master at creating covers of songs that have stood the test of time. Something that “Can’t Get Enough” has been doing for 49 years!

Mean Marc Ash has just finished his third CD “Bad Attitude “, as well as filming the horror movie ‘The Madness’, with Madison Coombs. He is currently in talks about appearing on ‘Naked & Afraid’. Ash also loves touring the comicon circuit and is promoting the Port City Comicon in Wilmington, NC in June.

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