Gary Eisenbraun | One Foot Out the Door

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One Foot Out the Door

by Gary Eisenbraun

Guitar-driven, blues influenced rock songs with the goal of taking the old blues rock blueprint and pushing it forwards.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Show Me Light
7:19 $0.59
2. One Foot Out the Door
4:50 $0.59
3. A Wind Is Gonna Blow
7:04 $0.59
4. Break Through Your Walls
5:22 $0.59
5. Love Ain't Where It's Supposed to Be
4:56 $0.59
6. Your Modern Man
5:51 $0.59
7. So Deep in the Night
6:29 $0.59
8. What You Want Me to Believe
6:45 $0.59
9. Danger On My Own
5:05 $0.59
10. On the Borderline
5:01 $0.59
11. Upstream
5:30 $0.59
12. Underground
5:30 $0.59
13. Mind Made Up Again
5:27 $0.59
14. Diamond in the Rough
4:50 $0.59
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Album Notes
ARTIST NOTES: The Train Kept A Rollin'...

"One Foot Out The Door" was mostly done when my musical artistic self collided with "The Door" and a hiatus had to occur. This album was shelved because it was so completely different from the other, ...but it was shelved with respect because it contains all of the things that I love about music. The two writing cycles were so completely different from each other and it took a long time for the right flavors to finish showing themselves to get this album completed. I wrote a lot of songs in that search.

The songs for this album are more guitar-driven and blues oriented but not really in an old fashioned sort of way. My goal here was to take the old blues rock blueprint and push it forwards into a modern sound, not just emulate the past but (hopefully) move the past into a new direction. Space was carved for more guitar expression as well as different sonic textures, sometimes within the same song. The epitome of what I was shooting for creatively, lies within the song, "A Wind Is Gonna Blow", which is seven minutes of raunchy minor riffs and guitar mayhem.

There were a lot of false starts getting to the songs that I was looking for while completing this album. In fact, I wrote so many songs in that search that it became truly difficult to cull them down to just one hour's worth of material. It wasn't just a matter of picking out favorite songs but rather the songs that would make a cohesive and strong album together. The final tally: 79 minutes and 58 seconds (which included a last minute song). This writing cycle was seeded around the new year (2014) and songs were still being written as late as May (2015). It's funny, out of these two albums that represent 2015 to me, came very quickly and the other was crafted slowly. I am proud of both.



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