Gary Eisenbraun | Darkest Before the Dawn

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Darkest Before the Dawn

by Gary Eisenbraun

Powerful guitar and gritty vocals punctuate this collection of bluesy rock songs, creating a rootsy atmosphere with progressive and melodic textures.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Keep It to Myself
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2. Running to the Flame
5:19 $0.59
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3. Waiting in Line
5:11 $0.59
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4. Barbed Wire
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5. Darkest Before the Dawn
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6. On a String
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7. Where Do You Draw the Line?
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8. The Hurt Is in the Dream
4:54 $0.59
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9. There Ain't No Use to Say Good-Bye
4:57 $0.59
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10. I Take the Fall
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11. Wipe the Slate Clean
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12. Scene of the Crime
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13. When I Lost You
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14. Too Good to Waste
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15. To Change You
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16. If It Wasn't the Truth
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Gary's guitar mangled Delta Blues travel through rocking sonic landscapes drawing the listener along with an angular riffing style. "Keep It To Myself" is the first song and it's a rollicking statement full of driving bluesy rhythm. "Runnin' To The Flame" combines a dynamic boogie style with a memorable chorus. "Darkest Before The Dawn" is the emotional high point of the album featuring a vocal and guitar combination that feels like it is ripped from the very depths of Gary's soul. And..., there are thirteen more original songs on the CD that take the traditional blues rock idiom in an Eisenbraun direction. Darkest Before The Dawn is Gary Eisenbraun's most ambitious work to date.

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