Trout Fishing in America | Who Are These People?

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Who Are These People?

by Trout Fishing in America

This might be a new direction for folk music. Gone are the days when there would be just one person and his guitar singing mournful odes about the world's injustices. Now you get duos with strange names singing about flapjacks. MUSIC MONTHLY
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Carry Me
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2. There's a Panther in Michigan
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3. Never Look Down
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4. Who Are These People?
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5. Serious About You
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6. Count on Me
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7. Mandaddy
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8. Story Time
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9. Pretty Mary
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10. These Are Good Times
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11. Breakfast Blues
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12. The Rifle and the Song
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CREDITS:
Jeffrey Barnes Saxophone
Joe Cripps Percussion
Milo Deering Mandolin, Violin, Guitar (Steel)
Carl Finch Organ, Synthesizer, Percussion, Keyboards, Producer
Keith Grimwood Bass, Guitar (Bass), Vocals
James Holland Photography
Ezra Idlet Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Jew's-Harp, Vocals, Jaw Harp
Ward Lormand Accordion
Mitch Marine Drums
Dave McDermand Photography
Jamal Mohmed Percussion
Daniel O'Brien Trumpet
Danny O'Brien Trumpet
Jim Perry Graphic Design
Dick Renko Project Coordinator
Terry Slemmons Engineer
Karen Thom Project Coordinator
Lee Tomboulian Organ, Accordion
Kim Willrodt Graphic Design

REVIEWS:

MUSIC MONTHLY/NATIONAL BEAT
'Who Are These People?'-That was my exact reaction when I first glanced at the CD cover. What kind of name is that for a band? It sounds like a how-to-do-it-yourself manual on catching, cleaning, and cooking fish. I thought for sure they'd be another Seattle grunge band.

I was dead wrong. Trout Fishing in America are actually a folk duo whoplace heavy emphasis on bass and acoustic guitar. The bass in particular ismixed in such a way that all the songs have a strong rhythmic quality to them. Quite a change from the normal folk stuff. Most of the songs seem to fall under the folk rock heading, but out of the blue comes a tune or twothat will surprise you. My personal favorite is 'Serious About You', which has a soulish beat to it. Horns blast out giving a '60s feel, but what instrument takes the solo? The acoustic guitar does, thereby retaining that folk edge. Still, I could see Jr. Cline and the Recliners covering it. Another interesting song is entitled 'Breakfast Blues'--a ditty loaded with puns galore about breakfast food, some so bad you just have to laugh.

This might be a new direction for folk music. Gone are the days when there would be just one person and his guitar singing mournful odes about the world's injustices. Now you get duos with strange names singing about flapjacks. The times they are a' changin' indeed.

--Karen Liebowitz



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