The Incredible Adventures of Back Porch Buddha

The Incredible Adventures of Back Porch Buddha

This 18-song CD (featuring 10 previously unrecorded tracks) was recorded live at Cabaret Old Town in Wichita on June 3, 2007.

Hear the Buddha boys in a full-band setting with bassman John Probst and Digital Boy recording artist Steve Hatfield on drums. And background singers. Seriously. Check out some mp3 clips right here.

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Thundar the Boy Giant

Thundar the Boy Giant

This is an all-star, no-filler studio gem featuring some of Bryan’s best work, recorded at the fabulous Digital Boy Studios metroplex with some of this region’s finest musicians. SEEN called it a “fully-fleshed and nearly seamless slab of catchy, intelligent folk-rock.” We’re inclined to agree.

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So Low

So Low

Bryan’s first CD was a stripped-down affair, recorded solo and so low as the first-ever Digital Boy Studios release. One guy, one guitar, one voice. Real singer-songwriter stuff.

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12-16: 12 years and 16 songs

12-16 (12 years, 16 songs)

This promotional CD was made in 2016 to celebrate Back Porch Buddha‘s performances on the main stages at the New Songs Showcase at the infamous Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas. This juried showcase selects a handful of winners each year, and Bryan Masters has landed 16 songs in the winner’s circle in the 12-year stretch from 2005 to 2016. This disc documents those winners, and a few alternates.

: : Download the CD right here.(.zip format)
: : Or you can just wander over to Soundcloud to hear it. Either way, it’s free.