|Through These Reins and Gone|
|Studio album by The Felice Brothers|
|Released||November 17, 2006|
|Genre||Americana, Folk rock|
|Producer||Jeremy Backofen the Searcher|
|The Felice Brothers chronology|
Through These Reins and Gone is the 2006 debut release from The Felice Brothers.
The Felice Brothers are an American folk rock/country rock band from New York.
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"Hey Jude" is a song by English rock band the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. The ballad evolved from "Hey Jules", a song McCartney wrote to comfort John Lennon's son, Julian, during his parents' divorce. "Hey Jude" begins with a verse-bridge structure incorporating McCartney's vocal performance and piano accompaniment; further instrumentation is added as the song progresses. After the fourth verse, the song shifts to a fade-out coda that lasts for more than four minutes.
Felice Bryant and Diadorius Boudleaux Bryant were an American husband and wife country music and pop songwriting team. They were best known for songs such as "Rocky Top," "We Could", "Love Hurts", and numerous hits by the Everly Brothers, including "All I Have to Do Is Dream" ,, "Bye Bye Love" and Wake Up Little Susie.
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