Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg | Boy Gone Fishin'

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Boy Gone Fishin'

by Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg

Boy gone fishin' tells stories, describes people we miss, and some we don't, times we have seen pass, and where we are heading. Some funny, some sad, some a bit naughty, Some a bit out there, like Meat & Dairy counter Bossanova.
Genre: Easy Listening: American Popular Song
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Boy Gone Fishin'
Al Weener
3:22 album only
2. Autumn Song
Al Weener
2:44 album only
3. Faithful Old Woodrow
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
4:33 album only
4. Angel In White
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
4:29 album only
5. Newsboy
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
2:49 album only
6. Somebody Moved
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
3:47 album only
7. Born To Love
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
3:09 album only
8. Mockingbird
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
3:09 album only
9. Bourbon Street
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
3:34 album only
10. A Meat & Dairy Counter Bossanova (feat. Dave Raffanuad Pete Hungerford Richard Beelen and Jack Wilkin)
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
4:59 album only
11. Monsters
Al Weener & Tom Vandenberg
1:39 album only
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Album Notes
Boy gone fishin' is a scene in the ghost town New Richmond, Michigan.
"Autumn Song" is a Fennville MI snap shot
Faithful Old Woodrow is my vision of a couple of my relatives
"Angel In White" Tom Vandenbergs remembering love's aura, a sweet Magical girl, an enchanted room, a moon so holy it had a thousand names.
"News boy" paints a sweet, poignant and somewhat meloncoly portrait of a man and a time that no longer exist in a blue collar fishing town that , thanks to money and 'Progress" has become a tourist mecca and no longer exists either
"Somebody moved", generational change
"Born to love" humorous look at lust
"Mockingbird" We're just here for a shrot time
"Bourbon Street" A sweet look at the the way New Orleans was
"Monsters a Thurberesque dream



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