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Brian Pounds | Southern Writer

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Southern Writer

by Brian Pounds

Award winning songs from Brian Pounds
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Rattling My Bones
4:46 album only
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2. Falling to Pieces
3:52 album only
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3. Not Used to Losing You Yet
3:39 album only
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4. I Swear I'm Losing You
3:33 album only
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5. Mississippi Highway
3:52 album only
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6. Odessa
4:49 album only
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7. Darling I'll Be Here
3:53 album only
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8. Chandelier
3:57 album only
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9. The Death of Me
5:33 album only
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Reagan

I can't get enough of it!
I really love this album because it's got all the feels, all of the grit ... all of the in-between moments that grab the heart and the gut. I was first taken away by the song "Darling I'll be here." The words are raw, real and tender. I like how Brian constantly grabs words like Bastard and twists around things in new ways. It's like I get tugged in all sorts of places. And, I look at the world in a different way. I think how did he take that word and use it to mean something else? It's a timeless song.

My favorite song here is "Chandelier." The lyrics about hands in concrete and climbing over barbed wire get me every time. I love how this song makes something more out of a dusty light. I can't ever seem to get the song loud enough. .. .It's relatable. It's not country. It's not blues. It's something unique in between. It's good porch music. Good driving music. Good-yeah, I've been there (too) music. It's not good background music though. You don't want it playing in your office because you'll want to listen to every word. You'll ignore those around you.. and, you'll end up singing along too. You just can't help it.
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