Gary Eisenbraun | Shell Game II

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Shell Game II

by Gary Eisenbraun

Guitar notes ripple intensely as the chorus line pleads passionately, "Mercy baby, I just didn't see you as the one" and the Shell Game continues with this, the second album in the series.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Echoes Through My Time
6:26 $0.69
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2. You Know Me Too Well
4:44 $0.69
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3. Sleepless Every Night
6:51 $0.69
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4. Crash At the Side of the Road
4:49 $0.69
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5. Wrapped Up in Your Suspicious Mind
5:01 $0.69
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6. Waist Deep
4:12 $0.69
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7. Love Ain't Nothing Like It Seems
6:15 $0.69
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8. Throw My Life Away
4:42 $0.69
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9. Time Won't Make You
4:53 $0.69
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10. If I'd Only Known
4:55 $0.69
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11. Watching the River Rise
4:14 $0.69
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12. Messin' With the Wind
7:38 $0.69
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Album Notes
Guitar notes ripple intensely as the chorus line pleads passionately, "Mercy baby, I just didn't see you as the one" and the Shell Game continues. Gary's songs travel through the emotional spectrum, initially ominous tones prevail but there are also forays into reflective and melodic spaces. It's seven weeks later and this is Shell Game II. Four albums, three release dates.

Featured songs: the acoustic "Sleepless Every Night", the sexy and hypnotic "Love Ain't Nothing Like It Seems", and the playful blues rock of "Waist Deep".

Whether it's a nasty Les Paul strung low or a more ethereal take on blues rock, Gary's sound is his own and it's here in spades, all through these four albums. The real sleight of hand going on here is that the fourth album is a rock guitar instrumental album hidden within one of the three releases.

Artist note: this isn't a "concept album" or a "rock opera". The Shell Game is the common thread that links these four albums together within the three release dates.

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