Bryan Wood | A Day in Grand Rapids

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A Day in Grand Rapids

by Bryan Wood

Hard hitting acoustic Americana taking us on a journey from a Summer Girl, to being Skin to Skin with the one we love, to a moment with a Pretty Devil, creating a Withering Man, that experiences A Day In Grand Rapids, followed by an Awkward Situation...
Genre: Rock: Americana
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1. Summer Girl
3:04 $0.99
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2. Bright Eyes
3:23 $0.99
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3. Pretty Devil
2:46 $0.99
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4. Withering Man
5:33 $0.99
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5. A Day in Grand Rapids
2:37 $0.99
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6. Awkward Situation
3:30 $0.99
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7. Play the Fool
3:39 $0.99
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8. Skin to Skin
4:00 $0.99
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9. An Empty Homily
3:14 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A Day in Grand Rapids is a whirlwind of honesty and emotion!

A Day in Grand Rapids is a whirlwind of honesty and emotion opening with a melodic tune reminiscent of the progression of love. From there the album transitions perfectly into the whimsical "Bright Eyes". The angst in the bluesy song "Pretty Devil" gives the album fine twist and a bit of a dark side. It gets brutally honest in "Withering Man", a song about the consequences of trust. " A Day in Grand Rapids" speaks for it's self . The edgy title track alone will hook you right away! The coffee shop esk "Awkward Situation" sheds a little comic relief on this work of art with a story that people can relate to. "Play the fool" is a redemptive drone that contemplates the weight of ones soul against a shallow world of instant gratitude. "Skin to Skin" is a soul filled song of truth and raw passion that leaves you wanting more! The album finish is perfect! The haunting tune "An Empty Homily" will give you chills! It's certainly music you can feel! This album is a must!

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Harley

WOW!!!
This album is amazing. 'Summer girl' is a song for anyone whose had a summer fling and remembers it fondly.'Bright Eyes' is like a lullaby and is a stark contrast to 'Pretty devil'. 'Withering man' is dark and melancholy while 'A day in grand rapids' fills you with energy. Amazing vocals and beautiful guitar work. This is an accomplishment.
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CN

Love it
Such a great voice. I love the deep feeling in each song. Summer Girl is sooo good! He is good looking too!
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anonymous

A Day in Grand Rapids is a whirlwind of honesty and emotion!
A Day in Grand Rapids is a whirlwind of honesty and emotion opening with a melodic tune reminiscent of the progression of love. From there the album transitions perfectly into the whimsical "Bright Eyes". The angst in the bluesy song "Pretty Devil" gives the album fine twist and a bit of a dark side. It gets brutally honest in"Withering Man" , a song about the consequences of trust. " A Day in Grand Rapids" speaks for it's self . The edgy title track alone will hook you right away! The coffee shop esk "Awkward Situation" sheds a little comic relief on this work of art with a story that people can relate to. "Play the fool" is a redemptive drone that contemplates the weight of ones soul against a shallow world of instant gratitude. "Skin to Skin" is a soul filled song of truth and raw passion that leaves you wanting more! The album finish is perfect! The haunting tune "An Empty Homily" will give you chills! It's certainly music you can feel! This album is a must!
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