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by Chancy Bernson

An original Texas songwriting album for any day of the week.
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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1. Changes
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2. Amarillo
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3. Just a girl
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4. Cigarettes
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5. New York City
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6. Red Dirt Town
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7. Hurricane
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8. Getting By
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9. Rescue Me
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10. The War
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11. Somebody's Baby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Chancy Bernson Brand new album, 11 new songs, including the 1st single "Amarillo", coming Fall 2010! With the 2nd studio album on the horizon, Chancy is wanting this one to reach a lot more people. Both the music and the songwriting surpass the first CD by a "Country Mile"! Chancy wrote 10 of the 11 songs. A first for Chancy, he recorded a song written by someone else, none other than Gary Wayne Thomason! Gary has written many great songs including The Great Divides' "If You Want It That Much", also recorded by Austin Allsup. The song that Chancy recorded is titled "Hurricane", an acoustic run through of parts of Gary's life.... through his own eyes. "There were many influences as well as contributors on this album, and I just want to say Thank You!" Look for the album to be released late October/ early November 2010.

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