Bryan Nebel | From Deep in the Ground

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From Deep in the Ground

by Bryan Nebel

Straight-up electric rock with Dylan-like acoustic influences and classical undertones. The second studio album of Brooklyn-based multi-instrumentalist and composer Bryan Nebel and his band.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Step into the Light
5:39 $0.99
2. Surfin' the Slope
3:12 $0.99
3. Life and Death in the Middle
3:38 $0.99
4. Brokedown Pontiac (feat. Jim Campilongo)
3:25 $0.99
5. The Boiling Frog (feat. Jim Campilongo)
2:59 $0.99
6. Ain't No Ghost in the Hojo
4:48 $0.99
7. Straight from Virginia
3:50 $0.99
8. Ground Up and Glued Together
6:02 $0.99
9. The Devil's Music
7:26 $0.99
10. The Lion and the Poacher (feat. Kevin Rose)
5:55 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Bryan is ridiculously talented. Not only does he sleep eat and breathe his beautiful music, he also eats peanuts with the shells on. That means he is one hardcore dude." - Stephanie Dosen (Internationally-acclaimed singer-songwriter).

"Bryan is a rare breed of musician. By combining his skills as a songwriter, a well-schooled know-how, and his heartfelt playing, he creates a fresh and interesting point-of-view. One that is all his own." - Jim Campilongo (for whom Fender's Campilongo Signature Fender Telecaster is named).

Artist Bio:
In conjunction with the release of this album, Bryan graduated summa cum laude with a degree in music. Born into a musical family, Bryan began studying guitar with a local nun at a very early age. After several years he set down his guitar to concentrate his talents on classical composition and percussion. This won him several awards and scholarships, which allowed him to travel and perform in Europe and Scandinavia, making stops in Germany, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, and Italy. In his late teens Bryan spent a few years playing straight-ahead jazz drums, serving as a sideman and fronting his own group "House Of Jade." By his early twenties Bryan returned to his first love, the guitar, and has not looked back since. This love was rekindled while working with Stephanie Dosen (renowned singer and songwriter, who also works with Massive Attack), touring extensively in the Chicago/Milwaukee area. While working with several blues groups (sharing the stage with Buddy Guy on a few occasions), Bryan began to develop and craft his sound, which became defined by the blues stylings he was immersed in. Upon relocating to New York City, Bryan began focusing heavily on writing and performing original material. Through the creative process he began to find and develop his own unique voice. Although there are still identifiable jazz and blues elements in these compositions, his songwriting has begun to shift toward a more introspective, serious, and at times comical style.

The Band:
Bryan Nebel – lead vocals, backing vocals, electric and acoustic guitars, keyboards, tenor banjo, mandolin, marimba, clarinet, jaw harp, wine glasses, percussion, drums [Ain’t No Ghost in the HoJo, The Devil’s Music]
Patrick Nelson – electric bass, upright bass, backing vocals, harmonica, the ghost in the Hojo, lead acoustic [The Lion and the Poacher]
Danny Kavadlo – drums [Step into the Light, Surfin’ the Slope, Life and Death in the Middle, Brokedown Pontiac, The Boiling Frog]

Additional Musicians:
Jim Campilongo – lead guitar [Brokedown Pontiac, The Boiling Frog]
Adam Moss – fiddle [Brokedown Pontiac]
Kevin Rose – french horn [The Lion and the Poacher]
Kat Kopit – shoe-taps [Ground Up and Glued Together], door-squeak [Ain’t No Ghost in the HoJo]
Zeus “the cat” – meows and chain-rattles [Ain’t No Ghost in the HoJo]

Music and Lyrics: Bryan Nebel © 2014

Produced, recorded, and mixed: Bryan Nebel in Brooklyn, NY, January 2013–February 2014
Additional production: Patrick Nelson
Final mixing and mastering: Mark Dann at Mark Dann Recording, New York City
Design and layout: Stephanie Layton of Red Scandal Graphics, Brooklyn, NY

Special Thanks:
My wife Kat Kopit, Paul and Joan Nebel, Arthur Kopit and Leslie Garis, Jake Kuhnle, Neeraj Mehta, Nic Cowles, Jim Campilongo, Tamiko Dargan, Patrick’s Guitar Repair, Ronald Foster, Stephanie Dosen, Matt Hendricks, Mike McCormack, the Kavadlos, Mike Pennington, Ed Hack, Sam Linde, Gypsy George, Don Linke, Rene Izquierdo, John Downey, Sister Phyllis, Branan Whitehead, the Downey Sisters



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