Alan Cayn | Hey! A Fish!

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Hey! A Fish!

by Alan Cayn

Clever songs about the zen of fly fishing accompanied by mountain dulcimer and guitar.
Genre: Folk: Minstrel
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1. Hapless Wader
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2. Rifle River Riffle
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3. Trout Lord
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4. Shenandoah
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5. Who Dropped This?
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6. Celtic Melody
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7. Tied To the Memory
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8. Jordans Hatch
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9. Simple Gifts
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Album Notes
“It is said that the secret of life is to find something you love and make it your life’s work. Singer-songwriter Alan Cayn has done that old adage even one better. He not only found a life-work in music, he also spends most of his creative energy singing about his favorite pastime, fishing. The combination of passions produces a set of songs, many on his recently released CD Hey! A Fish!, that are funny, moving, and, most importantly, have a ring of authenticity. Whether it is a cautionary tale on wading, an ode to buying too much tackle or reflecting on the sacrosanct nature of the evening hatch, Cayn speaks from personal experience. No second-hand posing here, this is a singing fly fisher or fly-fishing singer. Take your pick.”
[From the article “Folk Singer Taps River Currents for Sounds” by Tom Buhr, which appeared in Michigan’s Streamside Journal, vol. 2, issue 3, June/July 2004. Reprinted by permission of Michigan’s Streamside Journal.]


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