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Karen's Legs

by Trout

A wide range of influences colors this collection of original, quirky, contemporary pop tunes. Avril Lavigne meets Frank Zappa.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Don't Ever Tell a Dog
4:54 album only
2. Coefficient of Haze (It's All Walt's Fault)
6:13 album only
3. World's Worst Girlfriend
3:38 album only
4. April in November
5:37 album only
5. Let's Be Friends (Let's Just Be Friends)
5:04 album only
6. Karen's Legs
4:04 album only
7. Nogies Creek (Eye for Detail)
5:47 album only
8. Just a Teenage Girl
3:40 album only
9. Hello Molly
10:42 album only
10. Cliches for Kari-ann
4:39 album only


Album Notes
When I was 18 years old, my father sat me down and cautioned that I would never be anything more than a third-rate musician. He then told me I should pursue a career in business. But despite his reservations, he invested $3000 in equipment for my high school rock-and-roll band, most of which, to no one’s surprise, he has yet to recover.

Thirty years later, following a business career that can best be summarized as a long sequence of serious mistakes and bad decisions, I seem to have recorded an album. I am hoping the results will eventually convince my father that I have, in fact, become a second-rate musician.

KAREN’S LEGS is a selection of pop compositions, written over a very long period of time, and recently recorded with the assistance of a wide variety of unusually talented artists. Do not look for a great deal of thematic unity, as I see no point in writing the same song twice. I grew up listening to top-40 AM radio, so the list of influences encompasses just about everything: glam rock, folk, blues, country and western, jazz, Latin, maybe even some classical accents. Don’t listen to this album if you suffer from a neurotic inconsistency disorder.

Cheers, Trout



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