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Distance

by Jeremiah Brewer

Acoustic, loop driven pop/rock that's lyrically introspective and tastefully hook-oriented.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Where You Dwell
4:04 album only
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2. Overcome Us
3:21 album only
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3. Near
3:33 album only
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4. Dreamin' of a Better Day
3:25 album only
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5. What's the Use?
4:19 album only
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6. Postcards
3:31 album only
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7. Shine on Me
4:22 album only
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8. Hero
4:01 album only
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9. Your Forgiveness
4:44 album only
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10. How Great is Your Love
4:22 album only
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11. Figure it Out Later
2:28 album only
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12. Cover You
4:24 album only
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13. Made to Love You
4:18 album only
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14. More than Circumstances
2:48 album only
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15. From Beginning to End
3:18 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Singer-songwriter based out of Arkansas. This is his second album and is fast becoming a favorite among friends and fans. With a taste for the dramatic and introspective, these songs try to breathe new life into decaying times.

Brewer began playing guitar later in life and feels that his music needs to be infused with as much passion as possible to make up for the lost time of his youth when he wished he was a musician or guitar player.

Three of his friends have collaborated on this work bringing in piano, harmonica and some tasty background vocals.

Brewer says of his new album, Distance, that he feels as though this is his first 'real' CD, and he is truly proud of the songs and believes that 'they stand on their own two feet quite well.'

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