The Dean Brothers | Live At the Red House

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Live At the Red House

by The Dean Brothers

This intimate live recording conveys the energy, humor and harmonies of a band of veteran musicians/songwriters who've played together since 1966. The 12 original songs range from raucous to poignant, from a Capella to rock & roll.
Genre: Rock: Country-Rock
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1. Intro (Live)
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2. Sell My Misery (Live)
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3. Road Song (Live)
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4. Change Your Ways (Live)
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5. Emily (Live)
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6. Things Never Change (Live)
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7. We Are Alone At Last (Live)
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8. For You (Live)
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9. Fireplace (Live)
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10. Dixie (Live)
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11. Who Loves You? (Live)
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12. Sweet 16 Again (Live)
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13. Can I See Your Smile? (Live)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When The Dean Brothers were inducted into the Syracuse Area Music Awards’ Hall of Fame in 2010, the band's official statement was that "It is a sweet and poignant recognition of our musical journey."

"Those were truly some of the happiest days of our lives because we were on a musical adventure that most people will never experience," John Dean said. "We learned some fundamental lessons of life during that time. We learned what it takes to run a business: it's teamwork, blood, sweat, sacrifice and tears. None of us would have traded that experience for anything in the world."

When the Red House theater asked the Dean Brothers to perform in 2011, it provided the perfect intimate venue for these veteran songwriters to play their original material, which was written over the past several decades.

Many of the songs have never been played in public. "Some of the tunes were originally imagined with accompaniment from fiddle and cello," said Holly Gregg, "and we are so thankful that we were able to present this show with the help of Caroline Manring Dean on Fiddle, Emily Dean on Cello and Ted Williams on Mandolin."

"We hope you will feel the energy and fun, as well as the depth of the music, harmonies and melodies that were presented on that magical December night in 2011," said Peter Dean.


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Ed Zak

Best local band...finally live!
For nearly 40 years, the Dean Brothers have been one of the greatest local bands from the central New York area. Beginning in the early years as Brandywine, Gallery, the Dean Brothers, and even the Fossils, they developed both medleys of popular cover tunes along with their own origional material that bacame the basis for the albums they released over the years. Their vocal harmonies, coupled with excellent live sound and lights, made them one of the most successful groups in CNY, drawing large crowds where ever they played.

Since their strength came from live performances, the release of this album is all that was needed for their loyal fans to complete their collection of Dean Brothers material. For all of you that miss them playing out live, this CD is for you. Many thanks to the Dean Brothers for this CD, and for entertaining us for all of these years. Perhaps a CD with new material could be on the horizon??? Let's hope so...

Robert P. Gates

My favorite band - Better than EVER!
My favorite band outdoes itself on a brilliant live album. For those of us that have been there since the beginning, The Dean Brothers playing live is as good as music gets! This captures the essence of the world'd greatest Rock and Roll Band! Simply Brilliant! This brings a huge smile to my face and joy to my ears! Dixie is my favorite song and this rendition is the best I have ever heard! Skaneateles in the House!