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For Brian Wright (www.brianwrightmusic.com), life as a traveling troubadour began in Mclennan County, Texas near the highway and the trains. That is where his father took a job that required a great deal of travel, making the family VW van Wright’s first crib. Consequently Wright feels most at home when on the road, and this movement has helped shaped Wright’s sense of bare-boned ... Read more in Amazon's Brian Wright Store

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  • Audio CD (September 10, 2013)
  • Original Release Date: 2013
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sugar Hill Records
  • ASIN: B00D3ZJH58
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #337,551 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Over Yet Blues
2. We Don t Live There
3. Red Rooster Social Club
4. Haunted
5. Hear What I Want
6. Weird Winter
7. The Good Dead Queen
8. Face Of The Earth
9. Can t Stand To Listen
10. You Got It All
11. Rosalee
12. Love My Little Baby

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Brian Wright's sophomore effort for Sugar Hill is stacked with razor sharp portraits of heartbreak and hard times that stand up alongside any songwriter recent memory.

With his 2011 label debut hailed by No Depression as "perfect" and by American Songwriter as "brilliant," singer-songwriter/rock 'n' roll musician Brian Wright will unveil his new album, the highly anticipated Rattle Their Chains, on Sept. 10. The Waco, Tex., native and new Nashville resident will release his diverse new collection of plaintive ballads and rootsy rockers on Sugar Hill Records, which also released his last project, the wildly acclaimed House on Fire.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R. Simcox on September 10, 2013
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As Byron would say, These songs "wistfully linger on that hallowed spot" and stay with you long after the music has stopped playing. I loved all the songs but found particular enjoyment with "Over Yet Blues", "Red Rooster", "Haunted", and "Rosalee." The background musicians and singers seem particularly adept at augmenting what Brian Wright is telling us in his poetic lyrics. This album is less rock than "Bluebird" and doesn't have Brian playing all the instruments himself, as he did on "House on Fire." Instead I found this album more mysterious... as looking at a tapestry that's an amalgam of the man's soul, culminating in a lullaby telling us a page has turned and more chapters are yet to be written. Well done.
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By Barbara Posselius on November 15, 2013
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I think it's a superb album...Great lyrics, great songwriting, and Brian's voice is great.....The band is fantastic...very professional.....Like listening to the story telling quality....
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Waco ex-pat (and recent Nashville immigrant by way of Los Angeles) Brian Wright garnered many positive reviews for his 2011 Sugar Hill debut, House on Fire. His second album for the label (his fourth overall) not only avoids a sophomore slump, but shows tremendous growth in his music, performing and style. Wright is more of a writer than an entertainer (though he is indeed quite entertaining), with music that strives for more than meter-fitting rhymes and a pleasant way to pass three minutes. His latest opens with a soulful electric piano that brings to mind Ray Charles, a jaunty drum beat and a declaration - "never made a promise that I thought could not be broken" - whose wry tone is in league with Randy Newman. It's a compelling combination, with Wright's Dylanesque catalog of never-haves stoked by hard-shuffling drums and a driving bass line. The effect is both cool and hot, like a smoldering attitude amid flammable emotions.

His inventories continue with the demons enumerated in "Haunted," cleverly turning the phrase "I'm trying to right my way out of all I've done wrong" and then transforming 'right' into 'write' by finishing the couplet with "trying to pay off my sins, and pay back my friends, song after song." There's another catalog in the experiences of "Weird Winter," reading like a third-person cousin to the Beatles' "I've Got a Feeling." Wright's new music spans folk and country, with flavors of pop, rock (highlighted by a heroic 70s-styled guitar solo on "We Don't Live There"), blues, soul, gospel and brass-band jazz.
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