Chris Chandler & the Convenience Store Troubadours | Hell Toupee

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Folk: Angry Spoken Word: With Music Moods: Mood: Fun
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Hell Toupee

by Chris Chandler & the Convenience Store Troubadours

folken word
Genre: Folk: Angry
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1. Credit History
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2. Theodore/ I Wanna Be Like You
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3. The Grasshopper
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4. Time/As Time Goes By
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4:35 album only
5. G Chord/Vibrations
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6:25 album only
6. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Abyss/Candyman
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7. Dental History/Galaxy Song
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8. Vinegar/No Hiding Place
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9. Unbound/Miss Your Kiss
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10. Don't Turn Me on Like a Radio Classic Rock
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11. Borderline Insanity/France Ain't Nothing Like Texas
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12. My Grandmother/Never Grow Old
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Album Notes
Chris Chandler is one of a kind. He won't remind you of anyone else. Listen and believe.

His 'folken word' genre is his own. Poetry collaborator Phil Rockstroh and musical partners Chad Austinson, Laura Freeman and Frankie Hernandez make this one sizzle.


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James duckworth

Four Stars
This CD is worth 4 stars as far as I’m concerned. I only give 4 or 5 stars. When I was young my mother said that if you do not have anything good to say then don’t say nothing at all. So, if I buy a CD and I am sorry I did that…my response is to not rate it at all. If I am glad I got it I give it 4 stars. If I am overjoyed that I bought that CD it gets 5 stars.