Barry Brusseau | A Night Goes Through

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Folk: Alternative Folk Avant Garde: Avant-Americana Moods: Type: Acoustic
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A Night Goes Through

by Barry Brusseau

A Dreamy folk ride full of hypnotic atmoshpere, and lucid beauty. Somewhere between Nick Drake and Bill Callahan. Album comes with digital download with 2 bonus songs. This is a beautiful vinyl, and much heart and love was put into the packaging.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Autumn
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2. Coffee Table Song
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3. The Promise
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4. Blue Flame Sky
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2:48 $0.99
5. Stars All Over Their Wings
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3:49 $0.99
6. Thrift Store Buzz
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4:19 $0.99
7. Toast of the Town
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8. Shufflin Moon
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9. Fall To the Wayside
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10. Tall and Frayed
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11. A Night Goes Through
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12. Another Home
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13. James Vane
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
1st Pressing contains a full digital download for entire album with 2 bonus songs. Traditional black 140 gram vinyl, with hand packaged and signed envelope containing 10 postcard sized cards. Each card has an image that is matched with the lyrics on the back. Printed on textured hard stock that's good for the senses! The cover jacket is a nice matt finish featuring an original painting by Rachel Blumberg (to view the whole package follow the link to my website). Recorded in two days at Portland Oregon's Type Foundry Studio with the basic idea of nylon string guitar, drums, and vocals. With the help of Adam Selzer and a number of bonus players the result is sparse and beautiful. Inspired by artist such as Nick Drake, Richard Buckner, and Bill Callahan "A Night Goes Through" is a ride through Autumn leaves and Blue Skies.


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Sarah

A sound I have been waiting to hear!
I love this album, each song is interesting and unique. I love the instrumentation and looping that he uses, he is able to create a lovely dense sound that perfectly matches the story for every track. His rich tone and and wonderfully woven texts leave me wanting more!

Casey Jarmen

Willamette Week music review
Barry Brusseau is a man with many gifts: a clear, low-register voice that reminds of Smog’s Bill Callahan; dexterous hands that convey soul and patience in his guitar playing; a knack for minimal arrangements. Those gifts help craft songs like “Thrift Store Buzz” and “Fall to the Wayside” into rich, slightly melodramatic vignettes worthy of the Magnetic Fields or the Red House Painters. Whether he’s crooning sleepily about angels on “Stars All Over Their Wings” or getting meta on the verses of closer “A Night Goes Through,” Brusseau has clearly been saving lyrical material that fits well enough into gorgeous recordings (one can almost tell without looking that Adam Selzer and his Type Foundry Studio are responsible for most of the album). But if Brusseau refines his lyricism enough that the words stand up even without his fine accompaniment, he’ll be one hell of a singer-songwriter.

Brian Reese

Big Rock Candy Mountain blog
"What Brusseau produced is nothing short of genuis. Really. No hyperbole involved. A shimmering hymn of midnight moon and morning dew."