Beausage Brothers | Livin' to Tell the Tale

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Livin' to Tell the Tale

by Beausage Brothers

Jangling guitars, soaring harmonies, hook-laden melodies, and lyrics that matter -- all delivered with respectful nod toward folk- and country-rock roots, but also with a sense of new possibilities and a driving passion that this music still matters.
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1. More Like a Mystery
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2. Livin' to Tell the Tale
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3. Stray
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4. After Forever
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5. Another Lost Highway
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6. The Life We Live
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7. Fireball Roberts
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8. Last Night on the Balcony
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9. Best Days
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10. Light by Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Our third CD, Livin’ To Tell The Tale, is a continuation of the kinds of songs, styles and instrumentation found on our first CD, The First State, and our sophomore effort, North By Northeast. There are plenty more acoustic and electric guitars, including Charlie's Rickenbacker 12-string and mandolin, lyrics that matter, harmonies that soar, and songwriting that speaks to our musical heritage.

The title cut, Livin’ To Tell The Tale, is an autobiographical effort of sorts, but this third Beausage Brothers album evolved in a very odd way. The cover came first – literally and figuratively, since it is an actual mug shot circa 1920; and then the photo in turn inspired the title phrase that became the CD and song title.

Upon reuniting and forming the Beausage Brothers just three years ago to write and record original music together again, we often reflect on the many shared musical and personal times in our lives.Beginning with our '60s, high school band, The Reactions, and then with our college band, Nashville East, which was fortunate enough to open for the Byrds in concert back in 1971, we forged a musical partnership that withstood decades apart. Now, it has allowed us to come back together to write and record as the Beausage Brothers.

On reflection, there were many times in our youth where we should have been, and probably were, in harm’s way. On too many occasions, that included driving way too fast on back-country roads.

We feel fortunate to be livin’ to tell the tale.

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Darcy Everett

Great sound, third time around!
Beausage Brothers have done it again. Continued great lyrics and amazing musicianship. Worth a listen, and a second listen, and a third...
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ale 1

Thank You Brothers Beausage
Thanks for keeping a light burning in the window.
"Do what we never could do
Fly where no one flew....."
from the album Livin' to Tell the Tale
Voices,Harmonies,Playing,and Songs that matter always.
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Carrie

A junior album worth listening too!
Back for more from this band that stays true to a lyrical and melodic style. Harmonies and smooth transitions don’t disappoint on this junior effort from a great duo of guys! They continue to improve on their composition and production while staying true to their roots! Can’t stop listening to “after forever.”
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