Lou & Peter Berryman | Some Days

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Some Days

by Lou & Peter Berryman

Folk-y musical comedy, intelligent, hilarious, quirkey yet oddly profound songs about common, albeit complex, human fears and idiosynchrasies.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Christmas Letter
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2. The Vulture
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3. Some Days
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2:43 $0.99
4. Homelessness
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5. Having Been Done
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6. Accordion to Zither
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7. Dem Deer
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8. Elderlyville
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9. Lexical Dude
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10. But I'm Down
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11. Best Laid Plans
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12. Some Bird
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13. Dust the Piano
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14. Waubesa Street
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15. Household Fluids
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16. We Don't Do It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Lou & Peter Berryman have been amusing, entertaining and edifying their audiences for more than 25 years. Their friendship began in 1963; their (brief) marriage ended in 1974; fortunately their friendship and musical partnership flourish to this day. Peter plays guitar and writes their lyrics--hilarious, quirky yet oddly profound, rich with wordplay and interesting images. Lou plays accordion and writes their jaunty and infectious melodies. Though they remain rooted in their native Wisconsin, they discovered a long time ago that the Midwestern human condition is not particularly different from the human condition elsewhere: their gentle, affectionate observations make us all laugh, cry and care--for ourselves and for each other.


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linda

my first berryman cd but it won't be my last.
you just gotta smile and feel light at heart when you listen to this cd. it is great roadtrip music.

Matt

Clever Clever Clever!
They've done it again! Song after song, word after word, no one writes songs as good as Lou and Peter Berryman. I loved it!

Sarah C. Grote

Can\'t stop listening to Some Days!
This is the latest Lou and Peter CD I\'ve bought and I wish I had bought it sooner! I listened to the Christmas letter three times before finally getting on the rest of the cd. The title song is probably my favorite, but this entire cd is great! Good job! (And see them in concert - priceless!)