Rachel Brown & the Beatnik Playboys | Once Again

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Once Again

by Rachel Brown & the Beatnik Playboys

Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Once Again
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2. Mama & Daddy
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3:30 $0.99
3. Maybe Tomorrow
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3:20 $0.99
4. It's Not Easy
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5. Jimmy C
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6. Simpler Times
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7. Pretty Damn Damaged
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8. My Best Friend Is My Song
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9. Mary Lynd
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10. When It Comes to You
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11. My Namesake
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12. Bittersweet By and By
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13. Wind in My Hair
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14. I Wish You Well
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15. Gone Is Gone (When You're Dead)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
For singer-songwriter Rachel Brown, LIFE is her muse. Life is at the root of every one of these tunes, from "Mama & Daddy'' to "Jimmy'' to "My Best Friend Is My Song'' to "My Namesake.'' But the reason that these songs and the rest of "Once Again'' go beyond blogosphere-bland — in addition to that big, beautiful, expressive voice — is that each tune is a layer cake of our own lives hidden in Brown's words. -- Chuck Yarborough, Pop Music Critic, Cleveland Plain Dealer.


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