The Sealed Sessions

1. Roll Away Your Stone (3:40)

2. I Owe Nothing (3:11)

3. Girl, I Love You (3:00)

4. Spread Your Love (2:25)

5. The Love Of Mine (3:02)

6. You Are My Fantasy (3:56)

7. I’ll Love You (3:26)

8. Stone Cold (4:41)

9. I Told You So (3:10)

10. Far Too Long (4:03)

11.  Texas Bound (3:30)

12.  Bloody Land (3:17)

13. Living Life (3:44)

Copyright 2016 Bryan Breaux
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“The Sealed Sessions” – Bryan Breaux

NOTES
‘The Sealed Sessions’ is the fifth full length LP (Long Play) release that I have accomplished in the last three years.

This is a collection of songs that has each fallen into their own Time’.

As a musician, each living day is an exploration… an outpouring of sound… a constant creation… pushing here… pulling there… all for the gratification… wether it is desire or addiction.

The cover art of ‘The Sealed Sessions’ is a photograph I took a few years ago. It is a macro shot of a wooden fence gate’s latch and lock. The colors of the green paint and the brown latch and lock give the image even more impact. This is in the courtyard behind Seally Flatts in San Angelo, Texas. Unfortunately, Seally Flatts closed down this past year.

The album begins with a low volume reversed guitar that then falls into a old radio guitar sound. This lifts a reversed distorted electric guitar E chord that lands on a brass Egyptian finger cymbal (0:33 ) and a clean acoustic guitar chordal progression. This slowly builds and builds… just like a marching band in a parade increasing in volume of sound as the band gets closer and closer. An electric guitar with a few added effects then sings the melody. A kick drum lays down the beat. A synth pad fills in the bottom even more. This leads to the first vocals. (1:36)  I used an overdriven antique Voice of Music microphone to get the unique vocal quality. The first sentence of the album drops the ‘F-bomb’. This is rather funny since this one word is the one and only curse word that sits on the album just as it sits in the famous list of seven… a ‘la George Carlin. This opens a whole can of worms… just lift your head and look around… something is going on! It is only fitting that this tune is being released now… considering that I wrote and composed it back in 1994. One last item… am I only  dropping ‘F-bombs’?.. No… just by chance… although everything happens for it’s reason… the Transient Wave file image also resembles a flying bomb… believe me, this was not an intention… I am just a clear channel… who knows? Maybe, someone dropped a bomb on me!

The next tune of the album is titled “I Owe Nothing”. This tune was written and composed recently in early 2016. I really think this tune has a power that sings like an anthem… an anti-love anthem! Maybe, this is a response to all that have asked me why my songs always contain the subject of ‘love’. I ask… what else is there? Of course, with a ‘double entendrae’, this could be viewed differently. The stereo toms (0:05) rattle your head back and forth… the whispy vocals are once again the product of the antique 1950’s Voice of Music microphone that I have had since I purchased it back in the early 1990’s. A very pop rock drum beat with a heavy distorted electric bass guitar carry the bottom. The acoustic guitars and floating electric guitars give it all life. The xylophone was then added bringing the song to a close. After I finished recording this song, I thought that it showed a unique facet of my music … a heavier and darker sound… this is what forced my decision to get it out to the masses. This song is the first single off this new album.

“Girl, I Love You” follows with it’s whimsical energy. This song was created on a whim… bringing the old school Rock-N-Roll 12-bar Blues in A Major back to life. The lyrics came much later… the musical bed had been created and was on the backshelf. I dusted it off and then laid down the poetic simplicity… the vocals. I love the room sound of the Castle.  A large space maybe 60′ x 60′ on the third floor with wooden floors and 20′ vaulted ceiling. This is what brings that sound of the drum tracks on this album and also a few on ‘The Windy Sessions’. The handclaps also have that sound. The dry guitar sounds are all very tight sounding because the amp was shrouded and also in a closet. The left plays a 3:2 clave rhythm pattern. The right counters with a 2:3. If you hear a ‘Meow’ once or twice… yes… that is ‘Tux’ our cool male cat that survived two rattlesnake bites only to venture off into the wild, dark night, only, to never return… damn coyotes. Karissa and I miss him. I am surprised at how many positive responses this tune delivers to others. The tambourine and baby grand piano were the last two tracks to be added into the mix.

“Spread Your Love” comes in next as the fourth song of the album. This is a newly written and composed tune. Like many of my other songs, this one kicks off and gets going right away. The great Castle drum sound lays down a foundation for the acoustic and electric guitars. I really like the dry distorted electric guitar that is panned hard right. An electric bass guitar fills the bottom. The vocal tracks are one very dry and up front, one wet with effects in the background and finally one laying down the harmony. The one lyric line that seems to sum it all up is the opening of the second verse.

“Bring Sunshine on my face… bring Joy with Grace… I need a little love right here in my space.”

“The Love Of Mine” follows with an ‘old school’ sound. A 3 clave rhythm with the drums is the backbone. An upright piano that is slightly detuned flows with chordal arpeggios. An acoustic guitar strums hard right. An electric guitar strums hard left. The electric bass fills it up. Finally, the lead vocals have a very unique wet sound from the tiled floor and stucco walled small room that I was in when I recorded the vocals. The two background vocal tracks add the final touch.

“You Are My Fantasy” kicks off next with a very nice pop rock groove on the drums. The electric guitar circles around your head. The funky electric bass flows with the drum beat. The acoustic guitar also strums with the kick drum. The electric guitar solos are all one take wonders… one matching the vocal melody… the other one brings a harmony. A bass synth pad was added to give the tune more botton. Another string-like synth pad was also added to thicken up the sound a wee bit more. The vocals are two seperate tracks. The left panned vocal was recorded on the antique microphone. The right panned vocal was recorded on a modern condenser vocal microphone. The two different sounds compliment each other. This is also one of the newest songs that I have written and composed. 

“I’ll Love You” comes in next and also happens to be and older tune that I brought back from the dusty shelf. The acoustic guitar lays down a foundation. The drums were recorded in one take in the large room at the Castle. The electric guitars were then added… one clean to the right and one heavily distorted to the left. The electric bass brings in the big bottom. The vocal tracks are two seperate takes blended together on top of one another for that ‘double’ effect. Finally, I added one more harmony vocal track to complete this song. 

“Stone Cold” is the eighth tune on the album. This is an interesting story. I actually wrote, composed and recorded this tune twenty five years ago. Yes. That is a twenty year old Bryan. It was recorded on a cassette tape four-track Tascam recorder in a dorm room of Bruce Hall at the University of North Texas, Denton, Texas. I pulled this tune off of the shelf and mixed it to the best of my ability to bring it back to life. I even added a little backwards masking here and there to make it a little more interesting. I used a Roland U-20 electric keyboard for the electric piano and synth pad sounds. The vocals were recorded with a standard Shure SM58. If you listen closely at the end of the song you might hear me rattling my ring of keys for a little percussion. Also, what you hear is what you get… this was the analog years… no cut and paste… no auto tuning… no gimmicks! I want to thank Marc Harris and Mike Grobstein for letting me use their musical gear to make this recording. It truly is freaking wild… twenty five years ago!

The ninth song is “I Told You So”. I wrote and composed this song back in the 1990’s and revived it from my songbooks. The swinging drums were also recorded in the Castle. The acoustic guitar came next. I then added the electric bass guitar. The electric guitars were all added next. One strumming along with the acoustic. One dry and distorted then panned hard right. The third is the Country-like melodic soloing guitar. The lead vocals are one track with a double effect. A harmony vocal was the final track that I recorded. 

“Far Too Long” is the tenth tune of the album. I wrote and composed this one back in the early ’90s. I had only recorded a demo and never actually brought the tune to full life in a recording. There are two acoustic guitar tracks. The left panned one is playing chordal arpeggios. The right panned one is strumming the chords. There is an electric organ padding the chords. I also laid down a track of synth bass to thicken it up even more. There is also a track of my baby grand piano striking the chords on the down beats. A crescending crash cymbal is also in the mix. A distorted electric guitar can also be heard. The vocal track was then recorded. You can also hear a delayed vocal track repeating the lyric “Long”. I am very happy with the final mix of this recording. 

“Texas Bound” is next! I wrote this song many years ago. The words came first… and they were actually “written” while I was driving on I-10 heading West leaving Louisiana. My family traces back to NOLA when Pierre Fondrin Breaux, my Great.(x 10) Grandfather landed there in the 1630’s.  The song is rather quirky. There are two acoustic guitar tracks strumming the chords. The lead guitar track plays the ‘Country’ style solos. I also laid down a full sounding electric bass. There is also a one take wonder baby grand piano track throughout the entire song. A dampened electric bass track fills up the bottom. The Swing beat drives the song. A slightly distorted electric guitar plays a solo here and there. The vocal track sits on top of this all. This tune truly shows how versatile I am as a musician… drummer, guitarist, bassist, pianist and singer. I love playing all of these musical instruments. By the way, I have no intention of dissing NOLA in the lyrics. You see, my French-Acadian “Coon-Ass” Father was the first in nine generations to head West leaving behind Louisiana to start a new life with a beautiful fair Aztec – Spanish lady… my Mother. Maybe this could be the song’s true inspiration.

“Bloody Land” is the song that follows. This is an example of “Less is More”… “Art is Simple”. I recorded this song in one take… sitting down with an acoustic guitar in front of two microphones. I left it as is. Nothing else was needed. Written and composed way back in the William Jefferson Clinton years… this may be my stab at a political song… a rebel song.  (I think of U2…”..this song is not a rebel song”.) In contrast, this song IS a rebel song. An anthem for the “Times” we are living in. Many of you know me personally, and those that do know where I stand politcally. Let me just say that I lost hope and faith in this bloody land on April 19, 1993! Remember Goliad! Remember the Alamo! Remember Waco!

“Living Life” is the thirteenth and final song of ‘The Sealed Sessions’. This started with the rocking guitar riff. Slowly, I built it up by recording three electric guitar tracks, an electric bass guitar track, and two tracks of stereo drums. The lead vocal was then recorded. If you listen closely, you may also hear the high harmony vocal track that is intentionally buried in the mix. The lyrics are pretty heavy. Considering what we are all witnessing today in our World, this is my personal reflection. We all chose to be here at this time to all witness THIS, the “last act of the play”. The closing line says it all…

“I’m here to see “The End”.”

I hope you have enjoyed reading these short notes.

I want to thank you for taking precious time away from your life by looking this way to see and  hear “The Sealed Sessions”.

In Lak’ech. 

(I am another yourself-Mayan)

Sincerely, 

Bryan

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LYRICS

“Roll Away Your Stone”

Won’t you come to “The Fucked Up Hour!”

We’re all Standing in a row

Waiting for our turn to take a “Go!”

You got nothing to do

You got nothing to lose

So, come, roll away your stone 

Well, someone left a description

Somewhere in the instructions

Read and learn all before you drop

You got nothing to lose

You got nothing to choose

So, come, roll away your stone 

You’ve been cruising for a bruising

Yea, there’s nothing that your losing

You’ve got the whole World right to your throne

And I’ve got nothing to lose

I got nothing to do

So, I come to roll away your stone.

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“I Owe Nothing”

I’ve been running the halls

I’ve been climbing the walls

I’ve been losing it all over you

I’ve been itching so long

I’m still stitching my soul

Back together again ’cause of you

And I owe nothing at all to you

I’m so tired of faking it with you

I’ve been crawling uphill

I’ve been drawing to fill

The tub with all the tears

And I owe nothing at all to you

Yea, I know I’m sick and tired of feeling blue

I’ve been losing my cool

I’m not being a fool

This time, I know what to do

And I owe nothing at all to you

Yea, I know for a fact, it’s true

I’m hanging up this phone

I’m fine here all alone

And I know, I know, yes, I know

I’ll see you in another song

I’m hanging up this phone

I’m fine here all alone

And I know, I know, yes, I know

I’ll sing this story in another song.

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“Girl, I Love You”

I see you

Indeed I do

Girl, I see you

Yes, I do

I don’t know why

But, it’s true

I love you

Yes, I do

Girl, I love you

Indeed I do

I don’t know why

But, it’s true

I want you

Indeed I do

Girl, I want you

Yes, it’s true

I don’t know why

But, I do

I love you

Yes, I do

Girl, I love you

Indeed I do

I don’t know why

But, it’s true

I crave you

Yes, I do

Girl, I crave you

Indeed I do

I don’t know why

But, it’s true

I love you 

Yes, it’s true

Girl, I Love you

Indeed I do

I don’t know why

But, I do

I need you

Yes, it’s true

Girl, I need you

Indeed I do

I don’t know why

But, I do

I love you 

Yes, I do

Girl, I Love you

Indeed I do

I don’t know why

But, It’s  true

I gotta have

Gotta gotta have you

I gotta have

Gotta gotta have you

I do

Indeed I do

I don’t know why 

But, it’s true

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“Spread Your Love”

All my life I’ve needed one thing

One thing is all I need from you today

And this love-thing is all I need

Love is all… Four letters… Please

Spread your love all over me

Spread your love all over me

Oh Babe

Bring Sunshine on my face

Bring Joy with Grace

I need a little love right here in my space

Bring your love all over me

Spread your love all over me

Won’t you please

Spread love all over me

Come on, Darling, can’t you see

I need you… really need

I’m still kneeling on my knees

Spread your love all over me

Spread your love all over me

Please

Love all over me

Love all over me

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“The Love Of Mine”

I give it all, give it all, give it all that I can

Hold on tight, hold on tight, hold it all in my hands

And I put up a fight

And it takes all of my might

And I don’t know why

But, I sit here and I cry

For the love

The love of mine

I give it up, give it up, give it up for the fall

I give it all, give it all, ’cause that’s my call

And here tonight

I just might see a light

And I don’t know why

But, I sit here and I cry

For the love

The love of mine

I live it up, live it up, ’cause life is a ball

I live for love, live for love, ’cause that’s my call

And I hold on tight

‘Cause I know it’s right

And I don’t know why

That I sit here and I cry

For the love

The love of mine

I live it up, live it up, ’cause life is the bomb

I live for love, live for love, and that is all

And I hold on tight

‘Cause I know it’s right

I sure know why

That I sit here and I cry

For the love

The love of mine.

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“You Are My Fantasy”

Every time I need some loving

You’re always there for me

And when I stop believing

You’re the one that makes me see

You’re all I need

You’re all I dream

You’re so sexy

You bring me ecstacy

Every day I forget to live

You’re there to make me breathe

Every night I lose my way

You’re there to guide me

You’re more than enough

You’re never too tough

You’re the gift from above

You’re all I truly love

You are my fantasy

Every word I forget to say

You’re the voice that whispers to me

Every dream I give up to live

You’re the strength that lifts me

You’re so lovely

You’re so Godly

You’re the intimacy

You’re all a dream to me

Every turn I fail to take

You’re the role that plays for me

Every chance I miss to create

You’re there recreating the dreams

You’re the song that sings

You’re my everything

You’re the World to me

You’re all I could ever dream

You are my fantasy.

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016) 

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“I’ll Love You”

I loved you in the morning

I loved you in the evening

Then you let me hold you

All night long 

It wasn’t too long ago

When we were happy 

And never sad

There is one thing 

I miss the most

It’s the love we once had

The love we use to share

I loved you in the morning

I’ll love you when the evening comes

Just let me hold you

One more time

It isn’t too far away

Where the flowers bloom

In the sunshine

This is where I dream of you

Only wishing

You would be mine

Could you be… be mine

I’ll love you in the morning

I’ll love you when the evening comes

Just let me hold you

Once more

Don’t make me believe it’s true

And let me fall for you

I just need a hint or clue

To understand what to do

I’ll love you in the morning

I’ll love you when the evening comes

Just let me hold you

One more time

I’ll love you ’til the morning dawn

I’ll love you after evening dusk

Just let my heart try

To love you

One more…

One more…

Time.

– Bryan Breaux (B.M.I. Copyright 2016)

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“Stone Cold”

The dreams in her mind are gone

The fear of being all alone

Has got a grip on her soul

This is her rush of feeling stone cold

The love in her heart is lost

The tears of being crushed

Have torn a hole into her soul

This is her trip of being stone cold

Can you feel these depths of pain

Though the hope still remains

Stone cold has stole her soul

Will you ever feel the warmth again

To see just where you’ve been

No, stone cold has stolen her soul

– Bryan Breaux (B.M.I. Copyright 2016)

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“I Told You So”

Sell my soul to reach my goal

I’m not afraid to Rock-N-Roll with you

Cut the rope and learn to cope

I’m not scared to dance alone with you

Hear what you want to hear

See what you can

Fear what you want to fear

And be a bigger man

You’re learning

Tell me so I gotta go

The beast is eating out my soul for you

Words you forgot to thank me not

The time has come to Rock-N-Roll with me

Feel what you want to feel

Taste what you can

Heal what you want to heal

And be a stronger man

Ahh… You’re learning

It’s too damn tough

I told you so

It’s lots of luck

I told you so

It’s too damn hard

I told you so

So, don’t you start

I told you no

Sell my soul to reach my goal

I’m not afraid to Rock-N-Roll with you

Sell some dope to find some hope

You’re not scared to dance alone with me

Hear what you want to hear

See what you can

Heal what you want to heal

I’ll be a stronger man

I’m learning

It’s too damn tough

I told you so

It’s lots of luck

I told you so

It’s too damn hard

I told you so

So, don’t you start

I told you no

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“Far Too Long”

My heart is a demon

My mind is screaming

Don’t you know

I’ve been mistaken

Far too long

My soul is dieing

My World is frightening

Don’t you know

I’ve been mistaken (mistreated)

Far too long

Time and time 

You killed my chance

Yea

Don’t you know

My life was in your hands

Yea

Holding me

Far too long

The “Time” has come

All the dreams are one

Don’t you know

I’ve been wanting

Far too long

The deeds will be done

All the wars will be won

Don’t you know

I’ve been wishing

Far too long

Time and time 

You killed my chance

Yea

Don’t you know

My life was in your hands

Yea

Holding me

Time and time 

You killed my stance

Yea

Don’t you know

My life was in your hands

Yea

Holding me

Far too long

– Bryan Breaux (B.M.I. Copyright 2016)

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“Texas Bound”

Life in New Orleans

Ain’t what it always seems

It’s a fine time to visit

But I sure don’t want to live it

‘Cause the Quarter’s got the music

You’re sure to leave with the Blues.

Forget this place

I’m Texas bound

‘Cause the Lone Star state

Is big and really great

It’s a wild place to stay

I wouldn’t have it any other way

‘Cause I’m Texas bound

Every time I look around

I see the wide open space

I’m Texas bound

‘Cause when I’m back in Texas

I’m alone with you

I can’t wait

To get back to Texas

‘Cause when I’m back in Texas

I’ll begin to lose my blues

Yea baby

I’m at home with you

Life without you

Is hard enough to do

You’re a wild wild lady

And you always drive me crazy

Well you’ve got the tune

That makes me a loon’

I’ve got to leave this New Orleans soon

‘Cause when I’m back in Texas

I’m alone with you

I can’t wait

To get back to Texas

‘Cause when we’re in Texas

We begin to cut it loose

Yea baby

I’m at home with you

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“Bloody Land”

One more time today

I guess you could say

I’ve been a fool for you

And you’ve been lieing to

Protect yourself

From all the pain

Just another lie

Broken alibis

You’re a wicked man

You’ll do all you can

To knock me down

And steal all I’ve gained

The day will come

All your harm will call me home

To die for my Forefathers

To save their Sons

If you read the news

I know you’ll never choose

It’s a crying shame

You’re losing this game

The new World

Is a burning flame

My life’s not in your hands

I’m a better man

I’m here to take a stand 

In this bloody land

The “Day” has come

All the harm has called me home

To die for my Forefather

To save his Son

My life’s not in your hands

I’m a bigger man

I’m here to take a stand 

In this bloody land.

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)

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“Living Life”

I’ve been down

I was dead

I’ve heard the lies all in my head

I’ve been wrong

…and mislead

I’ve been mislabeled with all that’s been said

I was lost

I was gone

I’ve been turned around for too long

I was sinning

I understand

I was holding the Devil’s right hand

I gave it all 

Gave it all for sin

Now, I’m living my life again

Live it up

Live it up again

I’m here to witness “The End”

I’m alive

I can breathe

I can feel my heartbeat

I’m reborn

Born again

I’m feeling better than I’ve ever been

I’m a child

I’m a man

Baby, yes, I’m all that I am

I can see

And I believe

I’m dreaming love like I’ve never dreamed

Give it all

Give it all again

I’m living life again

Live it up

Live it up again

I’m here to see “The End”.

– Bryan Breaux (BMI Copyright 2016)
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CREDITS

 1. “Roll Away Your Stone”

( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, bass drum, finger cymbal, electric synthesizer keyboard

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 2. “I Owe Nothing”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, xylophone, electric synthesizer keyboard, drums, cymbals

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 3. “Girl, I Love You”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, acoustic baby grand piano, hand claps, tambourine, drums, cymbals

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 4. “Spread Your Love”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, drums, cymbals

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 5. “The Love Of Mine”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, acoustic upright piano, drums, cymbals

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 6. “You Are My Fantasy”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, electric synthesizer keyboard, drums, cymbals

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 7. “I’ll Love You”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, drums, cymbals

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 8. “Stone Cold”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, electric piano, electric synthesizer keyboard, keys

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 9. “I Told You So”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, drums, cymbals

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10. “Far Too Long”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric bass guitar, acoustic baby grand piano, electric organ, electric synthesizer keyboard

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11. “Texas Bound”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, acoustic baby grand piano, drums, cymbals

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12. “Bloody Land”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, acoustic guitar

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13. “Living Life”

    ( B. Breaux / B.M.I. )

    Bryan Breaux – vocals, electric guitar, electric bass guitar, drums, cymbals
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Produced and Recorded by Bryan Breaux at: 

Castle Studio, Spicewood, TX

Bill’s Trailer, Lakeway, TX

Hurst Creek Studio, Lakeway, TX

Bruce Hall, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

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Mixed by Bryan Breaux at Hurst Creek Studio, Lakeway, TX

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Cover Art Photography by Bryan Breaux at Seally Flatts, San Angelo, Texas.

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Copyright and Published 2016 Bryan Breaux / B.M.I.

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“The Sealed Sessions” is literaly the result of a “one-man-show”…  but there are others that I wish to thank.

Special Thanks to: My Parents and Family, Karissa Reine, Tony Walsh, Matt Telfer, Kelly Herron, Ryan Holley, The Musicians Woodshed, Bill Lindeman, Paul Wolfshohl, Marc Harris, Michael Grobstein, Seally Flatts, Danny Lucas, David Hamilton.

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Thanks to: Blue, Samson, Shure, Voice of Music, Tama, Paiste, Drum Workshop, Remo, Vic Firth, Latin Percussion, Fender, Ibanez, D’Addario, Martin, Dunlop, Digitech, Roland, Kimball, Baldwin, Yamaha, Hammond, Korg, Windows, Acer, Seagate, LG, Skull, AKG, M-Audio, Mackie, Behringer, Rean, Pitch Lab, Mobile Metronome. 

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