Brian Wiltsey | Lucky Ones

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Lucky Ones

by Brian Wiltsey

A collection of laid back, heartfelt songs. Heavy on acoustic guitars and pianos played beneath very catchy melodies and beautiful, yet powerful vocals. More of a singer/songwriter effort compared to Brian's previous albums.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Lucky Ones
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2. Another Day
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3. Drown
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4. Won\'t Fall Down
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5. What We Keep Inside
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6. Tonight
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7. When I\'m Gone
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8. Head Over Heels
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9. Love Is
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10. The Killer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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After a 2 year hiatus from Atlanta’s original music scene, I am gearing up to return with my brand new album “Lucky Ones”. My friend and co-producer, Clay Cook, put it best when he said that this album is my “Sea Change” (google Beck and this album’s descriptions). Once you learn the correlation, you will know what to expect from “Lucky Ones”.

Highly inspired by Elliott Smith and Tom Petty this time around, I decided that I wanted to go a slightly different direction with this one and record a more organic and heartfelt album built around the acoustic guitar and piano. I am very happy with the sounds Clay and I were able to achieve on this one. I feel like this is a collection of the best songs I have written to date. I finally have made the album that I have always wanted to make and it just so happens that I had a lot of inspiration surrounding me this past year. For those of you expecting the more upbeat rock tunes found on my previous albums, I hope that you are pleasantly surprised by this one.


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Greg

Nice album!
Five years ago I was confident Brian Wiltsey would rise from the Atlanta music scene and vault a major record deal. Five years have passed and that has not happened. Whether it's case of the depleting expenses of record labels or just a lack of focus, Wiltsey, a singer/songwriter in Atlanta has gone unnoticed for years. His latest effort "Lucky Ones," is easily his best CD as it blends minimalism (mostly guitars and piano) with first-rate musicianship. Check out the David Mead-esque "When I'm Gone," or the falsetto croon of "Another Day." There's the caustic kiss-off "Lucky Ones," a stab at those that find fame and fortune rather easily and a stripped-down version of Tears for Fears' "Head Over Heels." If "Lucky Ones" is your first mention of Wiltsey, then this is the best place to start. Armed with vast vocal range and an uncanny knack for writing solid hooks, this is an aurally-pleasing delight.