Marc Cohn isn’t particularly prolific,
but when he lays hands on a piano or guitar, something extraordinary
happens. Witness the ubiquitous platinum success of “Walking in Memphis”
from Cohn’s eponymous 1991 debut, which earned him a Best New Artist
Grammy. Neither 1993’s The Rainy Season nor 1998’s Burning the Daze matched his debut’s immediacy, and it was nearly eight years before Cohn wrote new original music.