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Here's to the Future

by Stephen Brodsky

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Pear Nighthawk
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Pear Nighthawk Fantastic solo album,so full of emotion and beautiful acoustic guitar melodies. Brodsky is an under appreciated singer/songwriter and that really shines on this album. Sit back,relax and let him take you on a journey through the human experience ; the highs and the lows,the mistakes and the victories. Favorite track: Here's to the Future.
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Gremislav Iako)))vich Brodsky is an absolute fucking gem. Somehow, I managed to remain completely oblivious to his solo work in spite of having played the shit out of many, if not all, of his other projects. Approximately 70 seconds of the opening/title track was all it took to convince me to part with a small handful of my ill-gotten dollars in exchange for ownership of a digital facsimile of this wonderful collection of songs. This is a magical album that fills me with a deep sense of optimism whenever I hear it. Favorite track: Spelling B.
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Stephen Brodsky's Here's to the Future is the kind of record that, regardless of your general preferences and pretensions, possesses the ability to entirely eclipse your current emotional state... And that can be a very convenient thing... Imagine no longer having to fumble through your weird and outdated CD booklet for something even half-suiting of your current disposition... Look no further, constant contentedness is only a purchase of Stephen Brodsky's Here's to the Future away!

Believe me when I tell you that there's something so perfectly natural about Brodsky's songwriting and structuring... On initial listen it's almost like there is some sort of subconscious attraction, and as the record progresses, it becomes increasingly apparent that Brodsky does indeed have something very unique to offer fans of music in general. If you're unfamiliar with Brodsky's solo work, "Here's to the Future," is the best place to begin discovering it because HTTF is his most developed and interesting work to date. If you are already familiar with the way of Brodsky, this release is a must have because it comes filled with Brodskyisms and more!


released March 23, 2010


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