The Worrisome Ankletrout | Deep Streams Steep Dreams

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Deep Streams Steep Dreams

by The Worrisome Ankletrout

There are seventeen songs and instrumentals ranging from the sentimental to the silly, featuring violin, mandolin, guitar and bass.
Genre: World: Gypsy
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1. Bogwoppit
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2. Burnt Blessings
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3. The Sea
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4. Nailbiter
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5. Nearly Missed the Bus
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6. Yello Sno
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7. Parpy Tuft
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8. Gorgon Slump
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9. Glass Smash Face
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10. Lost My Way
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11. Strength From the Stars
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12. Path Less Trod
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13. Circle of Fun
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14. Cockerels At Bedtime
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15. Gods Die In Hot Cars
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16. Sirens of War
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17. Driftwards
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded by one friend and independently released by another, this is the first solo album by John-Joe Murray, aka The Worrisome Ankletrout. The 17 tracks flow effortlessly into each other and take the listener on a journey, albeit perhaps one you might not have chosen for yourself. The album is punctuated by 'Shoulder', an epic song that's split into three parts of a story and spread across the album.


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