Braddock Station Garrison | High Water

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High Water

by Braddock Station Garrison

Classic sounding, melodic rock and roll with a modern twist. Great melodies and sharp lyrics come together in a unique and enjoyable record from one of the Washington DC's newest bands.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Into Your Arms
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2. A Lot to Ask
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3. Fall
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4. Maria With Child
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5. California Specific
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6. Girl Gotta Gun
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Braddock Station Garrison is part power pop, part Americana, part classic rock, all coming together in a unique and modern sound. Recorded at Inner Ear Studios in Arlington VA by the legendary Don Zientara, High Water showcases 6 original songs featuring lyrics by singer and rhythm guitarist Steve Schillinger and arrangements by lead guitarist Tom Soha, bassist Patrick McCann and drummer Michael Chapman. Album opener "Into Your Arms" is a gritty introduction to the band featuring fuzzed our guitars and rumbling bass. Power-pop fans will recognize hints of Cheap Trick and mid 80s REM in "Maria" and "Fall." Once you hear "A Lot To Ask" you'll be requesting it at your local radio station. Album centerpiece "California Specific" demonstrates the bands ability to use dynamics to create a one-of-a-kind musical experience. And album closer "Girl Gotta Gun" harkens back to the classic rock attitude of KISS and Aerosmith. Give Braddock Station Garrison a listen and you find yourself coming back again and again!!


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