the wayne fishell experiment | optimistically hopeless

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optimistically hopeless

by the wayne fishell experiment

Bringing you the very best in gay-acoustic-indie-folk-pop.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. Bar Fight
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2. Tulip Walls
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3. Accidental Art
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4. Doubting Thomas
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5. Another Line Down
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6. Racehorses
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7. Thursday
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8. Bawdy Heat
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9. Out...Cast
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10. Crapshoot
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Atlanta-based band the wayne fishell experiment is singer-songwriter Wayne Fishell and percussionist Keith Miller, aka "big.peaches". Our mission is to bring the musical art of gay-acoustic-indie-folk-pop to the world.

David Atlanta did a spread on the new CD recently, and had this to say:

"One of the most exhilarating parts of the experience of 'Optimistically Hopeless,' Fishell’s first album with the Experiment, is the way the songs swing from breezy folk-pop with album opener 'Bar Fight,' to funky confrontation on 'Tulip Walls,' into moody confessional with 'Accidental Art.' And that’s just the first three songs. The album is a tour de force."


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John Moore


I completely agree with the David Atlanta review on this CD. The music is great and the lyrics are wonderful. It has become my new favorite CD.