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Each Day Blues

by Brian Kelly

A singer, guitarist and pianist whose records have been described as hypnotizing, soulful, and "almost too beautiful to exist", possessing both an aura of melancholy and upbeat tempos reminiscent of the greatest bands of the 1980's.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Spinning Down
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2. Show My Love This Way
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3. I Can Still See You
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4. She Is Dancing
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5. Here Lies A Body
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6. Something In Me Knows
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7. Rain
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8. Just Keep Talking
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9. Deep Dark River
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10. Goodnight
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11. Each Day Blues
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Adam Wilson


This record has become one of my favourites of all time, but has also become very important to me. Brian Kelly is a blunt poet: He says how he feels, but gracefully and with tact. Sometimes he pushes the allegory, but whatever persona he's using always feels real and emotionally true. Musically, it feels like a more organic New Order mixed with late 80's American indie rock, like Galaxie 500 and the Feelies. There's humour and bitterness and resentment on this album, and a lot of little truths. You'll be quite pleased with it.
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