Brian Buckley Band | Without Injuring Eternity

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Without Injuring Eternity

by Brian Buckley Band

This Los Angeles based 4-piece is a conglomeration of various musical tastes...a pretzel twist of rock, folk and experimental influences---they emote directly to the heart.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Mothers Day
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2. I Guess I Don't Know My Own Strength
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3. Today
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4. A New Year
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5. For Dear Life
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6. Pray for Us
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7. Pretty Lady
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8. Shipwrecked
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9. Funeral
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10. Brother
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11. Soundtrack
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Album Notes
Grimy Goods on the Brian Buckley Band:

"One of the most evocative aspects of the Brian Buckley Band is the unique, distinct voice of Brian Buckley. His voice has an endearing falsetto that can croon with such sweet soulfulness as he transcends from tender ballads to up tempo guitar jams. The four-piece ensemble boasts lush arrangements that are smooth and cohesive, but have the ability to quickly transition into a choppier sound that is both melodic and complex. The Brian Buckley Band aren't quite folk, they're not quite rock and they're not quite soul—they're a rad fusion of a variety of genres, experimental in their nature, but exuding a powerful sound and stage presence unique to their own. Not to mention, their live act is insanely good—full of improvisation and wailing guitar jams that show you their experimental, psyche side."


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