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Brian Brooks

by Brian Brooks

Multi-instrumentalist, guitar driven rock
Genre: Rock: Extended Jams
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1. A Brief Introduction
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2. This Song For You
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4:34 album only
3. To The Sky
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5:11 album only
4. Thin Veiled Eyes
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5. The Way It Goes
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6. This Lonely Day
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7. Mr. Jay
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8. Short Stories
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9. What Can I Do?
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10. Just A Part
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11. No Way To Live
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12. Don't Be Scared
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I got into home recording when I was 15. Then, it was basically a tool for songwriting and teaching myself harmony and how chords and melodies fit together in general on the guitar. When I was 18 I got a drum machine for graduation (who needs a car when you have a 4 track?) and started recording a lot of instrumental demos that eventually got me in the September '91 issue of Guitar Player Magazine in the Spotlight section for unsigned talent. I started playing in a couple of different bands and would still use the 4 track for song demos. Eventually, bands fall apart. Being a huge fan of multi-instrumentalists like Paul McCartney, Jason Falkner, Jon Brion, etc. I got more and more into playing other instruments (bass, keys, drums & singing) and doing home recordings to be able to have a fully realized copy of the songs that I write. I gave up on the dream to be a "rock star" long ago, but I still absolutley love writing and recording my original tunes. I also play in a few different local bands for fun and teach guitar for a living.


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