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Variations: I

by Brennon John

If Mississippi John Hurt was doing an imitation of Tom Waits singing a song written by Robert Johnson for Bob Dylan.
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. 'til i found you
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2. train to catch
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3. thomas and the wishing well
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4. if you please
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5. there's a war goin' on
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6. gonna let you down
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7. waitin' on the flood
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8. come back soon
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9. we will make it through
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10. steppin' out
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11. get along to the water
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12. tomorrow i'll be...
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13. john the revelator
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Album Notes
"There's only one tune...everything else is a variation."

Though born into a society that had, as a whole, long since abandoned its roots music in favor of a "just add water" approach to songwriting, Brennon John has decided to breathe life back into a nearly defunct genre. After completing his childhood quite successfully in the once booming Pennsylvania Railroad hub, Altoona, our hero (like most young people of an adult status yet malleable mentality) was corralled into an institution of higher learning where he spent the better part of six years. While operating under the guise of a student of architecture, Brennon cultivated his love of traditional folk, blues and bluegrass, producing a vast body of musical work while becoming acquainted with a variety of instruments. Upon realizing that his art had but a waning audience on the home front, Brennon John, like so many who came before, packed his bags and headed for the Nashville skyline. He and his motley crew of wayward gypsy souls set up camp, surrounding themselves with kindred spirits who also strive to bring true roots music back into daily life. Since his arrival in Music City, Brennon has released one album which is gaining both popularity and notoriety, VARIATIONS: I.


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