the great big sea

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Joshua Vargas Last year I decided to listen to the stories of people I met by driving for Lyft for a week. This album was all that could be heard in my car for those seven days. From the painter in LA looking for a break from the countryside to the former socialite looking to be more than their parents' money, Brian's words opened up avenues of conversation with all sorts of people. Brian Sendrowitz's songs are anthems for the lost; they are siren's calls whose consequences are potentially finding yourself. Favorite track: everything is temporary.
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FB I have loved Beat Radio for about a year now, recently bought this CD and it's been on in my car ever since Favorite track: treetops.
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released October 1, 2006

songs by brian sendrowitz
produced by philip a. jimenez
recorded at gordo studios in huntington, ny
additional recording at miracle flag in bellmore, ny

featuring:
brian sendrowitz
philip a. jimenez
mike mccabe
jim mansfield

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beat radio Bellmore

Singer Songwriter Brian Sendrowitz has been crafting heartfelt, literate pop songs as Beat Radio since 2005. Various friends and collaborators have contributed to live shows and recordings. The band’s 5 full length albums have earned critical praise and a loyal and dedicated fan base around the world. Brian lives in Bellmore, NY with his wife and 5 kids.

contact: brian@beatradio.org
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Track Name: treetops
A million manhattans sink in the sea
The bells of the evening ring out for me
My hands are shaking like the leaves in September
I think I’m alright. I don’t remember
I know I’m alone but with you I’m better
So I’m sending you flowers, I’m writing you letters
Summer is starting to feel like forever
We could burn down our love
We could swallow the embers

In the treetops of my mind I knew our hearts were keeping time
In the basement of my head I remember what you said
On the jukebox in our bar I heard the sound of old guitars
It changed something in my brain and I’ve never been the same

A million manhattans sink in the sea
The bells of the evening ring out for me
My hands are shaking like the leaves in September
I think I’m alright. I don’t remember
I know I’m alone but with you I’m better
So I’m sending you flowers, I’m writing you letters
Summer is starting to feel like forever
We could burn down our love
We could swallow the embers

In the treetops of my mind I knew our hearts were keeping time
In the basement of my head I remember what you said
On the jukebox in our bar I heard the sound of old guitars
It changed something in my brain and I’ve never been the same

Try to keep an open heart and everything falls apart
There are things you want to say, but you’re so many miles away

In the treetops of my mind I knew our hearts were keeping time
In the basement of my head I remember what you said
On the jukebox in our bar I heard the sound of old guitars
It changed something in my brain and I’ve never been the same

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