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The Trappers

by The Trappers

The Trappers draw inspiration from a wide range of sources: "Cut Loose," a bleary saloon stomp, rests by the plaintive country of "Waterloo"; "Oh Leroy" is a full throttle blues rave up, while "Bloodshot Bill," showcases the band at its Stonesy best.
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1. Mr. Alan
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2. Gonna Make You Mine
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3. Bloodshot Bill
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4. Cut Loose
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5. Waterloo
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6. Ain't No Reason Why
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7. Wind & Rain
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8. Ol' Leroy
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9. Freight Train
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10. Solid Ground
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Running down the same roads as the Band, Hank Williams, and Gram Parsons before them, the Trappers play a gritty brand of rock-n-roll that emphasizes the roll over the rock, all with a generous shot of woodsy country. But where those luminaries pointed south, the Trappers face west, like a summer zephyr (or the California Zephyr) pushing up against the setting sun. On their self-titled debut, the band draws inspiration from a wide range of sources: "Cut Loose," a bleary saloon stomp, rests by the plaintive country of "Waterloo"; "Oh Leroy" is a full throttle blues rave up, while "Solid Ground" casts about a bit more quietly; and "Bloodshot Bill," showcases the band at its Stonesy best. Fronted by Dan Buehner—an original member of Salt Lake City's alt-country pioneers the Trigger Locks—the Trappers bring their goods down from the mountains.



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