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Brian Black Thunder | Spirit With a Mask

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Spirit With a Mask

by Brian Black Thunder

The music is country rock pop and at times, pure rock. The recommended tracks for country rock is definitely "Silver Dollar" and for all the lovers that want a timeless love song, listen to "Loving You" and finally, "Don't Take Your Love".
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Dancing Tunes
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2. Spirit With a Mask
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3. To Keep Forever
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4. Cause I Want You
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5. Don't Take Away Your Love
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6. Secrets
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7. Loving You
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8. Little Billy
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9. Silver Dollar
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10. Cross the River
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Album Notes
THE TORONTO STAR Saturday, March 25, 1995
Cree singer/songwriter Brian Black Thunder, aka Brian Davey, conjures a sound akin to early Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn and Ian Thomas all wrapped up together - a high, rasping, plaintive voice wrought in earnest around rough-hewn, emotion-packed lyrics. And, like Young, he's one of the few who can get away with singing off key - often, its the way he misses the note that makes it all worthwhile. But BBT's words don't quite measure up to the emotion behind them. Even at their best - in anthemic ballads such as "To Keep Forever", a chronicle of forked-tongue broken promises, and "Little Billy," a lament for the future of a young Indian child - his lyrics tend to hammer home the dead obvious, as seen from the Nishnawbe Aski Nation. Nevertheless, there's enough going on here to warrant BBT a place at the forefront of the burgeoning native music scene. Like any good writer, perhaps all he needs is good editor to finish the job.

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