Troutband | Monkey's Wedding

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Monkey's Wedding

by Troutband

Tracked in Hendersonville, TN with members of the Johnny Cash band, the latest Troutband album has the modern quirks of an Eels album, but recalls the sound of early Neil Young and late Beatles. An alternative rock album with it's roots in folk and countr
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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1. Anvil
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2. Orbit
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3. One Way Street
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4. Melted Love
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5. Monkey's Wedding
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6. Do but I Don't
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7. Hole in the Sky
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8. It Ain't Me
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9. Leah
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The latest TROUTBAND album, "Monkey's Wedding" is a return to the basics of good record production; solid songwriting, lots of guitar, and judicious experimentation with sounds and effects.

The title track "Monkey's Wedding" showcases the symbiosis of Rick Richter, James Prosek & Joe Dochtermann - solid melodies, succinct arranging, subtle moog and keyboard textures, jangly guitars, and feverish background effects that lead the listener about the soundscape. The folk/blues track "It ain't me" presents Rick's honest vocal delivery, a foot-stomping groove, greasy guitar and dobro licks.

If you dig a new twist on the solid songwriting and melodies of records of the 60's, give Troutband a try - you may find just what you've been searching for.

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