Douglas Branson aka dB+1

Douglas Branson aka dB+1

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Rock - Alternative | New York, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,795   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: 12/16/2018
   Sounds Like: Iggy Pop, Oasis

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Thank you for listening to the "Quirky and Slightly Askew" music of Douglas Branson aka dB+1 (dBplus1). He gives a lot of credit to his co-writers, musician friends; producers who continue to help shape his musical vision. Content: Rock Anthems and Songs, Tracks, Pieces, In The Worx, Ditties and Demos.

Don't Leave Home Without One CD/soundtrack for the film "Have You Seen TAN" - a blend of Rock with Classic, Hard, Pop, Punk, and Low Fi Indie. Songs and other music are also available to performing artists and their management; 4 film, video, and multimedia.

New singles, videos, and CD in the worx for 2018 - stay tuned.

"There's nothing like performing a song you have written to give you goosebumps and let you feel alive; one with the universe. Really gratifying when the audience goes wild over hearing it for the 1st time; you hear feedback that it really touched someone in an emotional way, conjured up memories; put "it" into words and music."
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    Bob Bentley posted 1 week ago to Douglas Branson aka dB+1

    Hi Douglas,
    Many thanks for the stars for What If You're Wrong. It's a couple of years old now so I'm pleased you found it. One of my better songs/arrangements.
    Thanks again,

    Pat Flanakin posted 3 weeks ago

    Thank you so much for your amazing review of my song, Martha. Really means a lot to me. Ya - I'd love to hear David Gilmore play on this song!!!

    Douglas Branson aka dB+1 posted over 30 days ago

    I have just released some of my 1990s 4 track demos - digitally mastered for the - Informal Artistic Inclinations CD. Several of the players are no longer with us, so I wanted the world to hear what we were working on back then. Most of the tracks are from 1995-1997 recording sessions.

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