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North by Northeast

by Beausage Brothers

Ringing guitars, lyrics that matter and taking a big leap in many directions past the folk-jangle-country-rock borders both in songwriting and production.
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. North by Northeast
5:40 $0.99
2. Free to Be
4:30 $0.99
3. See Me Home
4:54 $0.99
4. Dream Tickets
3:55 $0.99
5. Anyway
4:03 $0.99
6. Day-Old Summer
4:58 $0.99
7. Missed the Dance (But Heard the Shots)
3:22 $0.99
8. Run of Your Life
3:28 $0.99
9. Put Me Down Easy
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10. Walk a Dirt Road
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Album Notes
We've found in the year since the release of The First State, the Beausage Brothers only scratched the surface. New songs, new ideas, and new instruments emerged. We hope you'll go along on another ride as we dig deeper into this current Beausage Brothers vein of alt-country, folk-rock, jangle rock, and Americana.

From one viewpoint, North by Northeast continues where The First State left off, opening with a title song that is itself a Byrds homage: lyrics modeled on Gene Clark's, harmonies that echo David Crosby's, and Charlie Everett's Rickenbacker 12-string, inspired by Roger McGuinn and Tony Poole.

But North by Northeast ventures beyond the folk-rock borders of The First State, both in songwriting and production. Whatever road we take on a particular song, though, we continue to pledge ourselves to a musical vision that defines us: guitars must ring and lyrics matter.

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Great 2nd release album
Thoroughly enjoyed the second release from the Beausage Brothers! Favorite song is Anyway, but every song is wonderful from lyrics to instruments.


Treat Yourself
In a musical world that, in many aspects, continuously attempts to foment decline on it's own, this group of songs by a couple of guys from Delaware will reinforce your faith in real music, and in particular, song writing. What a concept !!!!!!! Lyrically solvent, musically impressive, and all around smiley face time. It is diverse in a very good way....not schizoid like many new releases by artists perpetually attempting to find their way on the dime of the public. Sounds and thoughts that are timeless, and yes, need to be revisited and updated by dudes like this. Yes folks....there is a Rickenbacker 12 in the house. it works. And vocals that are tastefully intertwined like the program calls for. Check it out. These guys have found the road and they know where it leads. Treat yourself.


Voices Soar,Guitars Ring,Words That Matter,Songs That Keep Growing
Roads are clearer.....Thank you for keeping the candle lit.Thank you,Brothers Beausage.


beautiful songs to light your way
This cd , like The First State., is fillled with brilliant songwriting, and lyrics , and wonderful harmonies. I noticed again the production quality is unusually good here--- an important part of why this music shines. IIt all feels very alive,-- nothing sterile -- with some songs that will rip your heart out,, and some that feel like Joe Grushecky rocking on an especially good night. Title track is divinely inspired as far as I can tell. These two are making a lot of magic.. Love the way the melodies take surprising turns and open the heart. when you least expect it.

Susie Q

Move Over, McGuinn
Can’t stand still for “Day-Old Summer.” Makes you want to dance. So happy to have this second CD from The Beausage Brothers. It’s similar to the first in that lyrics are at the forefront, but it’s different than the first in that the music has expanded. Rich & full. Keep ‘em coming, Charlie & Donnie!


Great Sophomore Album!
North by Northeast is a great follow-up to the first album by the Beausage Brothers. Expanding their sound with the bluesier sound of 'Free to Be' and reminding us of why we loved them in the first place, like their rocking harmonies on the title track and the compelling lyrics in songs like ' see me home.' This is one of those albums you can listen to straight through and not skip a track! Keep the jams coming guys!