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Walk Softly...

by Barefoot Truth

A powerful outcome of this New England based organic rock bands' eclectic sound. Produced by Jack Gauthier, this album demonstrates the impressive development of one of the fastest growing Independent bands in the northeast.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. Best of Everything
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2. Guy Holmes
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3. Reeln'
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4. Broken Road
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5. Eagle Front
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6. Walk Softly
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7. The Harvest
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8. Leaving Ourselves Behind
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9. Holdin' On
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10. Trespasser
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11. Feet on the Ground
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12. Solitude
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13. Keep it to Myself
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14. Easy Come High
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15. Mama's Minstrel
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Album Notes
The organic band Barefoot Truth has been making inroads to the music industry for 3 years now. Singer/songwriter Will Benoit and innovative lead guitarist Jay Driscoll met randomly in the summer of 2004. Initial gigs found them relaxed and barefoot before their beach going audiences. Their subsequent name "Barefoot" was later altered due to an existing pop band. As "Barefoot Truth" their title captures both the breeze and the intent of their music.

In 2006 the duo became infused with a dynamic energy of jazz trained bassist Andy Wrba. Onstage, BFT's original compositions are performed with an eclectic array of instruments such as congas, didgeridoo, stomp box, dobro, and upright bass. Star quality lead vocalist, Will Benoit can be found singing behind his drum kit or with guitar in hand. BFT also adds the unique element of harmonica player Garrett Duffy.

Between their acoustic melodies and rocking full band sound, BFT keeps the crowd leaning in to keep up with the direction of the flow. These songs are trips to a place where you remain in the moment. Their stories ask you to consider the joy of being alive and to pick up your end of the thread that binds us all together.

BFT's latest album "Walk Softly" brings the evolutionary band to yet another level. Produced by Jack Gauthier, it arrives at that place towards which their combined talents and creativity has been steadily moving. Its refined cross-generational appeal invites you to hold on by letting go and remember to take your soul outside to play.


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Buy this CD!! Every sone is unique and they have a very positive mesg. in their music!

Josh Takah

Walk softly is a refreshing sound operating on influences of bands such as Dispatch, JBT, Dave Matthews, and Xavier Rudd. With an organic vibe and funky groove, BFT delivers a solid record with promises of more to come in the future. The band is beginning to develop a signature sound and this album may be the pre-cursor to something very special. I highly recommend this to anyone who likes to stomp their feet and get down to a nice groove.


Perfect for anyone looking for a simple message of joy delivered with beautiful musical complexity!


walk softly
A great message with feel good music. The lyrics are creative and poetic. You just want to listen to it time and time again


more folky than the first one. this has a more country feel that the surf acoustic tones of the first. still pretty good.


Good stuff
Heard a song off their first album on I really liked the earthy feel of the music and bought this one for myself and their prior album for my friend. Songs 1-5 I enjoyed a lot...but the whole album really intertwines well together. Very Peaceful

mom Saint

Walk Softly
Unbelieveble as always!!!You are going to the top!