Gary Eisenbraun | The Door

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The Door

by Gary Eisenbraun

Snarky rock songs interlaced with succinct guitar solos, elements of the blues and soul, and witticisms which are laid down across a melodic landscape and accented by raucous grooves.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. White Lie
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2. Something I Can Use
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3. Tattered Wings
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4. Worlds Apart
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5. Crashing to the Ground
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6. Be Careful
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7. Heart On the Line
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8. Wonder About You
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9. Faultline
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10. Because I Let You Down
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11. Fade Out of View
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12. Pain Uprising
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13. Grass Is Greener
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14. Waiting in the Wings
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
ARTIST NOTES: An Artistic Storm of Riffs, Lyrics & Succinct Guitars.

I started off the year (2014) with the seeds of 13 brand new songs under my belt, some of which would make it onto a future project. There was plenty of time to tighten everything up, later. In the meantime, I needed to gear up for the Shell Game Trilogy (with release dates staggered all the way down the year). By mid-summer, I decided to carve out nine days from a very tight schedule to make new music. There was one goal to this very precious time: finish writing enough songs for one hour's worth of material (destined for release in 2015). I already had the semblance of an album in mind, so there was no pressure. All I had to do was come up with a couple of cool songs to finish off the pre-existing album.

It's strange. It's easy to think that in order for something to be really good, there has to be a lot of effort involved. That's usually the case. Even with writing songs, there's a lot of... cultivating of a certain kind of mindset in order to create new music. And, this time, I wouldn't have to go far to bring home the few songs I was looking for. This was house money. But..., it soon became clear that I wasn't writing songs for the album that I thought I was. Somehow, an artistic door opened that I didn't even know I was looking for. THESE songs were so different from the previous ones. Words and riffs were just flying out of the ether and landing in a part of my imagination that I had never experienced before. I was running out of song for the words that were flying into my head. I found myself jumping out of bed at 6:30 a.m. with riffs ready to go. Normally, I'm very happy to write one song a day during a concentrated writing cycle. THIS time, there were FOUR days when multiple songs were written in just ONE day. Two of those days, I wrote three songs. It was crazy. It didn't even seem like I was trying. It was all SO effortless. This writing cycle wasn't fueled by ambition or effort but by being. Things just kept coming at me. I was tuned into some crazy wavelength. I found myself exploring grooves that were outside of my norm. The songs were snarkier. Lyrical ideas overflowed and filled page after page, sometimes even the backs of pages had to be used to contain the torrent of words. Arrangements were tighter. Guitar solos became quick and to the point, downright succinct in fact. The ideas that were coming to me that weren't grandiose, but contained a different way of me looking at the world. I decided to shelve the album, "One Foot Out The Door" and pursue this particular creative train of thought.

This is the story about "The Door" that opened in my mind, and led to this collection of songs.

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