Trout Fishing in America | Truth is Stranger Than Fishin'

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Truth is Stranger Than Fishin'

by Trout Fishing in America

Trout Fishing in America, who take their name from a Richard Brautigan novel of the 1960s, sound more like a band than the guitar/bass songwriting duo they actually are. Their songs are quite tasty, coming from the lighter end of the Texas music scene.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Spider's Fence
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2. Cracked Up
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3. Nothing Tonight
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4. Prom Night in Pig Town
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5. Soon the Night
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6. Trouble Let Me Rest in Peace
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7. Lost in Her Lips
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8. Ode to Big Blue
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9. Sleepytime Cartoon
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10. Lucky Guy
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11. The Day the Bass Players Took Over the World
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12. Tongue Tied
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13. Not Fade Away
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14. 11 Easy Steps
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CREDITS:

Beans Barton - Illustrations
Karl Caullouet - Producer, Engineer
Keith Grimwood - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Vocals, Producer
Ezra Idlet - Guitar (Acoustic), Vocals, Producer

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Nashville Scene

Keith Grimwood and Ezra Idlet-who take their name from a Richard Brautigan novel of the 1960s-sound more like a band than the guitar/bass songwriting duo they actually are. Their songs are quite tasty, coming as they do from the lighter end of the Texas folk-rock side of things, and the former Houston duo reels in some choice covers as well-John Gorka's 'Prom Night in Pig Town' and Nashvillian Dana Cooper's 'Lucky Guy,' for instance. If the humorous songs don't get you, the straight ones will.

--Brian Mansfield


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