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by Brickhouse

Original, funky tracks and cleverly blended R&B
Genre: Urban/R&B: Funk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here I Am
4:06 $1.29
2. Fallen
4:49 $1.29
3. Future
5:43 $1.29
4. Just Because
5:47 $1.29
5. The Pain
3:29 $1.29
6. Quicksand
6:27 $1.29
7. Except of Course Myself
5:09 $1.29
8. Take Me with You When You Go
6:47 $1.29
9. Witherquences'
5:04 $1.29
10. What Do You Want
3:54 $1.29
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Album Notes
Vancouver's Hippest Blues-Funk Band Original, Tight & Funky!
Brickhouse is one of the most uniquely "Vancouver" music experiences and unofficially, seeing Brickhouse live is in the top 10 things of the city's coolest things to do.

For more than 10 years, Brickhouse was the official late-night house band for the famous Yale Hotel. It was on the Yale stage that the band built a legion of fans as diverse as you can get: hipsters, university students, baby boomers, tourists and musicians from 19 to 55+ all experienced the band live and soon grew to love Brickhouse and their brand of groovy, funky R & B. Its rare for anyone who hears Brickhouse not to want to get up on the dance floor and find some Room to Move. Inevitably, you wait to catch that magical groove the band gets into; where 6 musicians turn into the Brickhouse machine…an almost-hypnotic meld of mind, body and soul where the audience, by singing and dancing along, becomes part of one of the best live music experiences you can find anywhere.

With their brand of original, funky tracks and cleverly covered classic R&B, Brickhouse blends classic and modern R&B with ease and makes hearing and seeing them an addictive experience.

“If you saw them at last years Jazz and Blues festival you probably haven’t forgotten the funky Brickhouse band and the great impression they made on the dancing cheering crowd” - The Times

"Brickhouse is the epitome of 'Live Music Rules'. These guys played our 2007 festival and definitely *knocked 'em dead!* They played a huge part in making this the most successful festival we've ever had. What a headliner. Leave room for people to dance, you won't be able to keep them sitting. For a guaranteed draw and a happy crowd, it's a 'lock' with Brickhouse."
- Keith Alexander, Artistic Director Edge of the World Music Festival

“2004 Best Canadian Live Band/All Genres"
- Real Blues Magazine

"Last Thursday I went to the Fairview Pub to play some pool, drink a beer and groove to Brickhouse fronted by Rob Bracken. If you are from Vancouver, you may already know Brickhouse. If you are curious why you should care about a band with a name like a building, they are funky, soulful and reflective six-piece R&B act shining at the Fairview (on Broadway) every Thursday at 10pm. The crowd Brickhouse attracts is calm and happy but definitely know how to party.

Back to Brickhouse. Before the set began I took a good look around: A loving kiss; a knowing smile; pretty romantic. On the first beat, people began dancing! I thought to myself, "These guys really control the emotion of the entire room". I could feel that joy one is intended to attain by singing or hearing the Blues. Brickhouse does not prepare an individual setlist for each night, I could hear a sprinkle of Brian Setzer (Jump, Jive an' Wail) in the performance. The sound of Brickhouse is in the same league as Robbie Williams, Maroon 5 and Rob Thomas but with superior lead vocals. Bracken was smiling as if he was thinking of a special someone during his smooth lyrical stories. Strong backup vocals contented me because a single poor backup vocalist can often
break a band. Carlos Santana-influenced guitar solos also brought a smile to my face. The Brickhouse experience is inclusive not exclusive, which means all ages, race and religions are
welcome to the party"
-Indie Vancouver

Rob Bracken - Lead Vocals and Harmonica
Ray Keesh - Bass Guitar
Ed Johnson - Drums and Percussion
Oldrich (OZ) Zitek - Saxophone and Backing Vocals
Neil Cruickshank - Guitar and Backing Vocals
Darryl Havers - Hammond Organ, Keyboards and Backing Vocals



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