Gary Eisenbraun | Just an Emotion

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Just an Emotion

by Gary Eisenbraun

Gary Eisenbraun: Blues influenced, guitar-driven, soulFULL rock music. The songs on "Just An Emotion" run the gamut from blues based rock songs to melodic, singer/songwriter performances.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Just an Emotion
5:53 $0.59
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2. Fool to Care
5:09 $0.59
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3. Always Been a Rolling Stone
5:28 $0.59
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4. Whenever the Wind Blows
6:39 $0.59
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5. Sometimes You Win,Sometimes You Lose
4:58 $0.59
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6. Stepping 'Cross the Line
6:01 $0.59
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7. Best Things in Life Are Free
4:38 $0.59
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8. Take What You Need
4:54 $0.59
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9. Back Where You Belong
3:46 $0.59
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10. Such a Long Time Ago
7:26 $0.59
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11. Last Train Home
4:30 $0.59
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12. Leave It Behind
4:11 $0.59
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13. You're Still Running Away
4:50 $0.59
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14. Heading for a Fall
5:29 $0.59
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15. Much Too Late to Say Goodbye
6:04 $0.59
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The story of "Just An Emotion" (artist notes penned direct).
This is a collection of some of my favorite songs, that I have written within the last decade or so. Some of these songs were released on albums, some weren't. Either way, all been re-recorded and made brand new. Some songs were stripped down, some were amplified. The overall goal was to get what I originally heard, in my head, out. I didn't feel like that had entirely happened with the first go. But, as I did the first few songs, I felt a magic start to take over. The more of this I did, the deeper I ended up digging into my song catalog. I found songs there that I didn't realize I liked so much. And, I added a few new songs, songs created along the same vibe. Now you know. That's what happened.
-- Gary Eisenbraun, Feb. 2012.

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