Bourgeois Gypsies | Faulty Fairytales

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Faulty Fairytales

by Bourgeois Gypsies

Featuring freewheeling musical wanderings through the continents of raucous countrified blues, seductive swamp ballads and homegrown hillbilly heartbreaks, the Bourgeois Gypsies pit slow-burning, porchsetting music against poignant punk rock lullabies.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Falling
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2. Unsquare Dance
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3. Bluebirds
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4. Can't Lose You
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5. Cowgirl
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6. Worry
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7. Train Song
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8. Dry Land
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9. Downieville
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10. Stayed Out Late
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11. Bright
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Featuring freewheeling musical wanderings through the continents of raucous countrified blues, seductive swamp ballads and homegrown hillbilly heartbreaks, the Bourgeois Gypsies pit slow-burning, porchsetting music against poignant punk rock lullabies that make you tap your foot, clutch your heart, and shake your head all at the same time. With over 150 dates in the last year in jukejoints, smoky bars, festivals, & roadhouses across the country, armed with riotous swamp romp songs and a devil may care sentiment the Gypsies are quietly building both a following and a career the old-fashioned way, one night at a time.
Their second all original cd “Faulty Fairytales” is full of songs that cling like spiderwebs in your mind: all lit up and glistening in the afternoon sun; songs of knightless dragons and princesses without towers. Capturing a shambling syncopation that flirts with dissonance and entrances the ears. It’s full of funky urban barndance music with lyrics that peek through the window of another era.
Live shows that evoke the reckless abandon of sweat and skirts flying and rhythm pulsing against your skin; inviting you to get nitty gritty and get down

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