Wade Burrow | Weary Minded Thoughts Of A Workin' Man

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Weary Minded Thoughts Of A Workin' Man

by Wade Burrow

Folk/Americana music for the workin' folks
Genre: Folk: Political
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1. Weary Minded Thoughts of a Workin' Man
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2. I've Got Holes in My Pockets
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3. Spotting Judas
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4. God Bless the Immigrant
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5. Goin' Home
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6. A Quarter Past a Dream
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7. Becoming a Redwood
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8. Here's My Pitch
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9. When the Sun Wakes Up
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Wade Burrow was born the 20th day of the 11th month in the year of 1977 in Tulsa, OK. Got his first guitar on his 15th birthday and since music has been a part of his soul and everyday life. Wade has influences ranging from Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Bob Marley and more modern artists such as John Prine, Kurt Cobain, Ian Mackaye, and Jack White. This musician has traveled a bit in his early years and has survived unique situations that has inspired his writing. Currently he is writing and singing songs for the common disenfranchised working class citizen of whom seems to be loosing grasp of the American Dream. His music is crafted from a familiar form of Folk while speaking to the current concerns and feelings of working people


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