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River Twain | The Dirty Truth

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The Dirty Truth

by River Twain

Train Hoppin' Dustbowl Soul
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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1. Tryin' to Find
2:47 $0.99
2. Ain't No Thing
2:20 $0.99
3. Drinking Song
4:23 $0.99
4. Veritas
3:20 $0.99
5. Then I Laugh
3:40 $0.99
6. R - A - G - G - E - D
2:56 $0.99
7. Lie & Cheat & Steal
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8. Simple Math
5:23 $0.99
9. People
3:00 $0.99
10. Wretched Soul
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Album Notes
Born in a land of converging waters, this dynamic duo- Gus Reeves and Brad Wager make up River Twain, a soulful amalgamation of roots, folk, americana, and blues known collectively as Dustbowl Soul. In this debut album River Twain presents:The Dirty Truth, a ten song train ride, a foot stompin hootenanny, a pure example of acoustic music & musical camaraderie, a harsh but empathetic take on life & love.



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Soulful Folk Troubadors
This record gave me a glance into the seedy life we all keep hidden and never admit to. Such honest lyrics delivered with soulful pain. R-A-G-G-E-D and Veritas slay me every time.


we all got those dirty truths
River Twain’s “The Dirty Truth” is what you want to listen to if it is late at night and you still have a long way to drive. The acoustic guitar and bass work together to create forward motion, the music keeps you awake and alert. There are great lyrics to ponder, and good places to jump in sing loud. Really, the lyrics are rich.
Well crafted harmonies, melodies, and instrument lines, it’s a big sound and these two guys are good at what they do.
This is a good recording if you’ve ever been a little too much in love, or made some decisions that maybe weren’t the best for yourself and everyone else, or if someone ripped out your heart and danced on it with golf shoes. Experienced women may remember a long weekend with the guy in these songs. Men may mutter, “Oh yeah, I did that.” These songs are those dirty truths we all got stashed somewhere.
“The Dirty Truth” gets better with every listen.
I want in on whatever these guys come up with next.