Built to Break, the 2014 release from Dallas-based artist Ronnie Fauss, is an under-appreciated gem. The album careens across eleven mostly rockin’ tracks that are all burnished with Texas red dirt.
Fauss sings about characters who strive for success in love and life but who often miss the mark. He stops short of drawing conclusions; instead painting the picture and letting the listener imagine his or her own ending.
As can often happen, the musical arrangement can give a song a different perspective. Such is the case with “A Natural End,” a track from the songwriter’s latest album. The studio version has a persistence that nbso online casino reviews leaves one doubting that the relationship will survive.
The acoustic version presented in this video leaves room for doubt. The raspiness in his voice conjures up the image of a guy weary from a long night of arguing while the simple arrangement exposing the song”s melancholy side.
Without further ado, here is the video premiere of “A Natural End” from Ronnie Fauss.
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