"If a band fell..." (The songs of Tim Brickley & David Rheins, 1980-now.)
Ever-expanding 150+ track archive (over 24 hours of potential rock pleasure) from: Tim Brickley and the Bleeding Hearts plus other related projects The Secrets, Today's Icons, Lon + Jon, TB solo. Unreleased tracks, demos, live cuts, soundtrack work, etc. Includes expanded Super-Deluxe Anniversary reissues of first two TB/BH albums "Be apart." (1995) + "Everything that ever was." (2005) + peruse new LP-in-progress, "Local artist." (2022).
Subscribe at SuperDeluxe level and get complete, downloadable access to absolutely everything:
+ "If a band fell..." (The songs of Tim Brickley and David Rheins), the newly unveiled archive which includes the two official TB/BH album releases plus 6 new albums: "Do You Want To Know The Secrets?" (The Secrets, early 1980's), "TDK Recording Artists: Today's Icons" (Today's Icons, mid-1980's), "RPM" (Tim Brickley, 1988 cassette-only album), "Introducing Lon and Jon" (Lon and Jon, 2000-2010 compilation), "Different Beat Radio, Complete Season One" (Tim Brickley podcast compilation, 2010-11) and "Bleeding: Live" (TB/DR live compilation. 1980-2021.)
+ Signed copy of "Local artist.", the in-the-works new double LP by Tim Brickley and the Bleeding Hearts (featuring the songs of Tim Brickley and David Rheins.) Participate in it's creation by hearing the in-progress work tracks.
All sorts of other things, too: Gift box of TB/DR musical/literary ephemera, free tix to DBTV tapings and selects shows - and our undying gratitude for helping to keep the rock a'rollin'.
1995 Brickley/Rheins debut. Produced by Tim Brickley. Mixed by J.E.E. Quest and Ben Fowler. Original 11 recordings mastered by Roger Seibel at SAE Mastering. 14 additional bonus cuts including early Bleeding Hearts demos, unreleased alternate album tracks, live cuts including "Got to get back home." radio broadcast.
"A feast of high-quality songwriting and performing." MARC D. ALLAN, INDIANAPOLIS STAR
"Stellar first release...a delight from the catchy despair of "Grey day." and "Ain't no new girls" to the giddily sensual "Toni and me." STEVE HALL, INDIANAPOLIS STAR
"Rheins' lyrics chroniciling loss (as in love, identity, love, home and love) perfectly compliment Brickley's painstakingly crafted soundtracks...(they) reference but don't rip off the masters: Westerberg ("Desert heart."), Lennon/McCartney ("Good morning, Hackensack.") and Dylan (uh, "Dreamin' Bob Dylan's 119th dream." MARK EMGE, NEWS-4-YOU
"Everything that ever was." (2005) / 15th Anniversary SuperDeluxe Edition.
2005 Brickley/Rheins follow (not hurry)-up. Produced by Tim Brickley. Mixed by Paul Mahern. Original 13 tracks mastered by Roger Seibel at SAE Mastering. 13 bonus cuts including live tracks, unreleased tracks and alternate mixes.
"...the enthusiasm. purpose and perspective to deliver some of the best grown-up rock 'n' roll of any era." DAVID LINDQUIST, INDIANAPOLIS STAR 9.23.2005
"Opening track "Reckless with love." explodes as a modern descendant of Bruce Springsteen's "Rosalita" and Tom Petty's "American Girl"...what follows is both cosmic and grounded, alternately poignant ("We are high.") and quite funny ("Without you I'm just screwed.") DAVID LINDQUIST, "LOCAL HEROICS", INDYSTAR.COM, 2.2.2006