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Buck Naked

by Coyote Grace

The underbelly of Coyote Grace - a collection of controversial, quirky, and revealing tracks from the sultry roots downhome duo.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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1. Rockin'
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2. Roses
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5:12 album only
3. Undertow
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3:36 album only
4. Joelvis
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8:27 album only
5. Laramie
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4:37 album only
6. Daughterson
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7. Don't Think Twice
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Greg Bee

Can't stop listening
I listen to a lot of folk music and think Coyote Grace is an astounding gem. This CD is awesome for a number of reasons, but just a few stand out:
Joelvis: mash up of "A Guy Named Joe" and "Elvis Presley Blues". Every time it comes I have to stop what I'm doing and turn it up.
Daughterson: Foot-tapping, head-bobbing goodness.
Undertow: Ingrid's voice is haunting.

Larry-bob

Solid-hitting collection of songs
Fantastic collection including some songs that have been live favorites - nice to get take-home versions. Coyote Grace have it all - meaningful lyrics, beautiful melodies, instrumental chops, and a great dynamic. Listening to "Laramie" left me with tears on my cheeks. Then the humor of "Daughterson" picked me back up again.

Nancy Farmer

A True Gem
I already owned all of Coyote Grace's other CD's - I'm not sure how I missed this one as I have collected them, but it is a true gem! I purchased it at a house concert they did last night and when I popped it in the player on the road today, I was amazed. It drew me in song by song, and I listened to it three times in a row. "Laramie" is so haunting - "it could have been you, it could have been me" - it could have been anyone's child. I love "Daughterson", not only for its insistent beat and wry humor, but for the very real anger Joe doesn't always express directly in his other songs about transition. If you didn't "get it" before, this song doesn't pull any punches.
The final track, Bob Dylan's "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"had me puzzled at first. Ingrid's voice didn't sound quite right. Well, that's because it isn't Ingrid, it's a pre-transition Joe. I think it is so stunningly beautiful to hear her voice, and to hear its echoes still in Joe's voice today. I love this album, and I love this band!

Kamy & Jess

Love CG
Awesome as ever! We have all of CG music and this is just one more wonderful addition. Thanks!