Brian L Hughes | Apricot Tangle

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Apricot Tangle

by Brian L Hughes

Percussion, synthesizer, electric guitar, even mandolin layered nicely upon acoustic guitar and vocals.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Sweet Berry Smile
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2. Fresh Debonair
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3. How I Think I Should Feel
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4. Warm Ways
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5. Pretty Gears
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6. Little Braids
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7. Broken Out of Shell
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8. Bear With Me
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9. Fluff the Afternoon
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10. Wobbly Willows
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11. Apricot Tangle
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12. Duckling Disarray
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My music falls into the contemporary folk category. It is a blend of acoustic and electric guitar, keyboards, percussion and vocals. I try to compose a unique feeling using syncopated rhythm and lighthearted lyrics.

I attempt to put some order on my table, I want to be secure. I sing about social struggles we face every day. I attempt to mend our relationships torn as we strain against adversity and mockery. I'll pacify negativity with humor and delight.

I am confident I have carved out a niche in the world of music. I will continue to compose with the same formula that has made me what I am. I'm going to keep writing and playing the way I want to, I won't perform any other way. I'll keep trying to be unique.

I grew up in a small town in north central Washington. Music has always been a part of my life. I'm working on my 9th CD. I am a voting member of the Grammys and my last 3 CDs have been listed for preliminary vote in the Contemporary Folk section.

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