Brandon Bowman | Underground Exhibitions

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Underground Exhibitions

by Brandon Bowman

This album is expression for art's sake. heartbroken vocals express the images bowman gathered from people watching.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Bounce and Roll
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2. New Touch Danger
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3. Purple (For Now)
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4. Startving Artist
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5. Holding
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6. Oh So Merry I Am (The Little Arranger)
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7. Crosshairs Breed Tears
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8. My Far Away Muse Blues
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9. Like I Own Her
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10. i wish i was underground (Live @ Old Town 8/6/11 )
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Brandon Bowman recorded "Underground Exhibitions" over the span of two months with the fine people of Anchor Recordings in Indianapolis and Rich Mentality, LLC. The music is inspired by an array of things. "The Subterraneans" by Jack Kerouac, "All Things Solid Melt Into Air", The writings of Ulrike Meinhoff, people watching, and blues music. While he never claims to be a blues musician, Brandon Bowman gets the impression that his music is heavily influenced by blues, but he doesn't think it's worthy of the title blues. "Crosshairs Breed Tears" is about a collegiate kid at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana who was shot dead by the police department and the fall out that happened afterwards. Jeff Lauer plays drums on "Purple" and Tripp Irish, from Anchor Recordings, plays bass on "New Touch Danger". On the rest of the tracks, Brandon Bowman plays the guitars, sings, and uses an old Korean War era navy crate to march out the beat on "Bounce and Roll". "Underground Exhibitions" is a fine collection of songs from a singer songwriter who looks for opinions and observations from anyone listening. Thanks for taking the time. Enjoi.


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