Bob Martin | Live at the Bull Run

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Live at the Bull Run

by Bob Martin

Bob Martin live performance recorded at The Bull Run in Shirley, MA in November of 2009.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Silver Rails to Rio
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2. Welcome
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3. American Street Dream
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4. Blind Marie
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5. intro
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6. My Father Painted Houses
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7. Midwest Farm Disaster
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8. Old Rass
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9. intro
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10. Jack Kerouac
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11. intro
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12. Two Half Sisters
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13. Stella Kerouac
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14. Fat Rat's Ass
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15. Let Freedom Ring
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16. The River Turns The Wheel
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A highly talented singer-songwriter from Lowell, Massachusetts, Bob Martin released Midwest Farm Disaster in 1972 — a record that is generally acknowledged as his masterpiece and a genre benchmark.

Martin’s voice is gravelly, weathered, soulful and honest. Think of a strange Kevin Coyne, Van Morrison, or Bob Lind blend and you’re right on target. The lyrics are top shelf too, the equal or better of most of his critically acclaimed contemporaries.
~ J. Nardelli, Aquarium Drunkard


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