Jeffry Braun | Rust from Rain

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Rust from Rain

by Jeffry Braun

Catchy, momorable Rock with wurlitzer, fender guitars, strings via mellotron, harmony and more.
Genre: Rock: 70's Rock
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1. Hang in the Balance
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2. Chambers of the Heart
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3. Reason Why
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3:37 $0.99
4. Follow My Heart
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3:12 $0.99
5. Say Goodbye
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4:10 $0.99
6. Smile (2005)
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7. Greenland
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8. Bleecker Street
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9. Now or Never
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10. Favorite Things
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11. Take on Water
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12. What the Heart Wants
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
"Rust from Rain" is the second effort from NY Singer/Songwriter Jeffry Braun. Produced by Jean Christophe Santalis, Jeffry Braun and sometimes Marc Teamaker. "Rust" features a mix of retro rock, alternative ballads and acoustic pop.
Jeff's voice and harmony is as strong as ever -- with a sense of "attitude" on the harder tracks, some rasp on the soul stuff and a breath of honesty on the ballads. The talented core of musicians returns: with Buffalo-style bass from Jonathan Hughes and steady beats of Anthony Realbuto. Jeff, producers Jean Christophe and Marc Teamaker, as well as Jason Braun (Jeff's bro) handle a range of guitar work -- from dirty NY Strat, to sweet acoustic melodies, to catchy 70s tele hooks. The wurlitzer 200 also plays a prominent role while Hammond, horns and mellotron string samples add texture and color.
For Rock check out "Chambers," upbeat fun try "Follow My Heart" and if you are at home with singer/songwriter tunes check out "Reason Why," "Favorite Things" or "What the Heart Wants."

Mixed by Jean Christophe Santalis
Mastered by Will Quinell at Sterling Sound, NYC


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Jennifer W

Calming, refreshing, genuine and sincere.
Rerfreshing, sincere. Makes me look deeper into my relationships with my family and friends in a comforting way. Some uplifting songs makes me want to share them with the world. Thanks! Good job!

Everytime I listen to this CD I find a new favorite song! I love them all!
The CD is AMAZING. Everytime I listen to this CD I find a new favorite song! I love them all! The lyrics are sympathetic and relatable to everyone who has encountered relationship and love. It is so hard to find music like this now adays where there is actually love and heart put into the lyrics and melody. I can't tell you how many times my friends have listen to it too and say, "wow, I have felt the same way! This song MUST be about me!"

Fred Gillen Jr., President, Tribes Hill

There is no sentimentality here, just raw, passionate poetry
“I watch my daylight fade, my twilight dreams dissolve away in tossing tries at missing sleep….” From the song “Say Goodbye”

Heartbreak hurts but it reminds us we are alive; it turns up the volume of our feelings and forces us to confront them. Jeffry Braun has created a CD of songs that celebrate this sense of heightened living that is inherent in the survival of the human condition. His brilliantly poetic love songs may be full of heartbreak, but there is no despair here. This is a celebration of a broken heart which rivals Elliot Smith’s best work in its defiance and earnestness. There is no sentimentality here, just raw, passionate poetry. His voice, sometimes whispery and at other times hoarse and raw, sounds live and human and lives up to the feeling that the songs convey. The production is big but not melodramatic, with a great mix of old and new sounds (Wurlitzer, Mellotron, electric guitars, piano, and a big, warm rhythm section.) This is a CD which will not fade with time. Aptly named, the songs on this recording shine through the rust as the human heart shines through its daily tragedies. A celebration of the art of being human, these songs shed a light on the beauty of transcendence. A light more like a winter sunset than a stage-light.