|Studio album by Marc Broussard|
|Released||August 3, 2004|
|Marc Broussard chronology|
Carencro is the major label debut of Louisiana musician Marc Broussard. The album was released by Island Records on August 3, 2004. The album title pays tribute to the musician's hometown of Carencro, Louisiana.
The album's first single, "Home", received airplay during the initial album release, and also after Hurricane Katrina. The song's music video, showing masses of people stuck in a traffic jam on the highway, seemed appropriate to depict displaced people fleeing New Orleans.
The track "Gavin's Song" was written for Broussard's son, Gavin.
- "Home" (Marc Broussard, Shannon Sanders, Marshall Altman, Ted Broussard & Andrew Ramsey)
- "Rocksteady" (Broussard, Jeff Trott, Mike Elizondo & David Ryan Harris)
- "Beauty of Who You Are" (Broussard, Radney Foster & Justin Tocket)
- "Save Me" (Marc Broussard & Jay Joyce)
- "Come Around" (Broussard & Harris)
- "Where You Are" (Broussard, Altman & Angelo)
- "Lonely Night in Georgia" (Broussard, Dave Barnes & Martin Sexton)
- "Saturday" (Marc Broussard, Ty Smith & Ramsey)
- "The Wanderer" (Broussard & Altman)
- "Hope For Me Yet" (Broussard, Foster & Tocket)
- "Let Me Leave" (Broussard & Altman)
- "Gavin's Song" (Hidden Bonus Track)
"Home" was the album's lead single. It was originally just sent out to pop radio stations, but it crossed over into country radio, with the video eventually being added to Country Music Television (CMT).
"Where You Are" served as the second single. The music video received substantial airplay on VH1.
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