Vintage Orphanage

by Brent Gorton

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A sound dump of unused and forgotten recordings disinterred from their cassette tape case coffins and propped up for the amusement of passersby.

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released January 1, 2014

Brent Gorton: He did it all- not always well, but always always.

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tags: rock Albany

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Brent Gorton Albany, New York

weirdo pop for loners & losers.

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Track Name: Everybody Has a GBV Cover These Days
Everyone around here is playing your song I can't decide if that's good or wrong I always knew that you made no sense I always liked it when you made no sense You're not from London but you sound that way Will you tell on the side how you write three in a minute and two might sound all right Find a balance and a way to hide How you're singing well we know you lie You're not from London but you sound that way
Track Name: This Is How We Fail
So this is how we fall With our hands up against the wall
Track Name: Powers of the 1st
Powers of the 1st heading back down towards the dead end streets and where they fell back first Back when the cost of heaven was only living then I couldn't guess myself Destroy the age of reason without anything It goes beyond the reach of what you're grasping <hot solo> Back when the day was getting nowhere Back when the time was getting old for the saints Held you in a cold embrace Held you without a trace of real feeling to the end Destroy beyond the edge the everlasting Find a sign to say just what you're asking Powers of the 1st heading back down toward the dead end streets and where they held out first Back when the cost of heaven was only living then I couldn't guess myself Destroy the age of reason without anything It goes beyond the reach of what you're grasping