Based On Actual Events

by Rulon Brown

  • Compact Disc (CD)

    I released this CD under my previous stage name, so I'm selling out the stock on hand for $2.50. This is just enough money to cover my production costs, Bandcamp's cut and the shipping to you.

    Eight originals and one cover of Leonard Bernstein's love theme from Candide.

    Piano: Jovino Santos Net
    Piano: Gary Fukushima
    Guitar: Jamie Zyskowski
    Bass: Dean Schmidt
    Drums: Jeff Busch
    Sax/Flute/Vox: Rulon Brown (formerly Nate Brown)

    Original artwork by Don De Leva and package design by Cindy Ferguson.
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  • Immediate download of nine-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Cover art and liner notes are included in the download.

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released August 15, 2004

Executive Producer: Jovino Santos Neto
Recorded: March 2001 at Jack Straw Studios
Recorded by Matthew Bauer
Mixed by Doug Haire
Mastering by Ed Brookes at RFI/CD Mastering
All rights and publishing by Sticking Point Music except "Oh Happy We" Song writing by Leonard Bernstein, Richard Wilbur, John Latouche © 1958 Amberson, Inc.
Arrangement by Nate Brown © 1998 Sticking Point Music.
Album design by Cindy Ferguson. Cover art detail from "hours" by Don De Leva, Oil on Wood, 35" x 48", October, 1999.



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Rulon Brown is a musician and visual artist who creates for film, stage, gallery, and adaptive media.

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Track Name: Untitled Country Tune
She’ll sing a ballad on most nights
On good nights she’ll sing two
Catch her eye cross smoky light
And you’ll think she sings for you
She sings of when good lovers leave
And when she sings the bar folk grieve
And wipe their tears upon their sleeves
And call for rounds of whiskey

She navigates through offered drinks
Once she’s sung her final song
“Ain’t one worth nothin’” so she thinks
But orders them “pour on.”

Her current flame almost burnt out
But right there at her shoulder
Above the rest he’s most devout
To gain a chance to hold her

So she drinks with them once more
To settle debts and even score
To count the time that’s come before
But still, she cannot shake them

‘Nough liquor still won’t make the rent
Or pay the bank for what they lent
But still her time will be well spent
To find someone to take from

Her thoughts are haunted by his look
As if he truly knows her
She had nothing so she took
But he acts as if he owes her


Our humble glances, timid steps
Her hope such things can make her whole
Our endless thanks flow natural now
Her one regret is all she stole