Jamie Bramble | Somewhere in the Endless Sea

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Somewhere in the Endless Sea

by Jamie Bramble

Heavy, soft-rock with poignant, heart-felt lyrics and at times meandering song structures.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Somewhere in the Endless Sea
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2. Don't Go Tellin' Me You Love Me
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3. 19th Century Milieu
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4. Lovesick Rejection
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5. Sunflower Dreaming
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6. The Great Beyond
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7. Girl Adrift
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Album Notes
While Jamie Bramble's fourth musical effort, Somewhere In The Endless Sea, may not be a major stylistic departure from his previous works, there's a subtle yet definite aura of growth emanating from this collection of songs. Its rich lyrical and melodic content along with the at times meandering musical structures within S.I.T.E.S. display that Jamie has managed to take his songwriting to new heights, offering a clear reminder that it's not always necessary to reinvent the wheel in order to create something new, meaningful, and beautiful.

Falling somewhere in-between clever and profound, the poignant lyrical content of this record once again displays Jamie's prowess as a wordsmith. Never reticent to grapple with the overarching components of love and loss or life and death, S.I.T.E.S. paints a haunting yet uplifting portrait of the human condition, a common theme in Jamie's music. From the feeling of hopeless obscurity established by the opening-title track to the catharsis that takes place in, "Girl Adrift," S.I.T.E.S. and its water motif aim to impress upon its listener the following notion; yes, the sea is wide, and yes, our boats are small, but, no, we are not drifting alone somewhere in the endless sea.


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