Live Trout, Vol. 1 The Free Radicals & Walter Trout Blues Music 2006 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Live Trout, Vol. 1

Artist: The Free Radicals & Walter Trout

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Ruf Records

Tracklist For Live Trout, Vol. 1 By Artist The Free Radicals & Walter Trout

Title Artist Time
1
I Can Tell The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 7:31 USD 0.99
2
Walkin' In The Rain The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 5:49 USD 0.99
3
Say What You Mean The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 6:44 USD 0.99
4
The Reason I'm Gone The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 11:19 USD Album Only
5
Come Home The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 6:49 USD 0.99
6
Walter Speaks The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 0:29 USD 0.99
7
Livin' Every Day The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 5:02 USD 0.99
8
Let Me Know The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 5:04 USD 0.99

Reviews For Live Trout, Vol. 1 By Artist The Free Radicals & Walter Trout

  • Explodes

    5
    By PRS Boy
    If you can't get into Walter, you're already room temperature. Blisters, tasteful mayhem.
  • Great Blues Rock from a true master

    5
    By StratsandLesPauls
    Walter Trout is amazing. He plays from the heart and puts rock into the blues in his own way. If you love guitar based blues with great lead playing, this is a band you need to check out. He is not new to the scene. He has earned his way and deserves much greater success and larger audiences. Don't miss out, check out Walter Trout!!!
  • Walter Continues to Amaze

    5
    By Lion862
    I have been a fan for probably 20 years. I used to live in Southern California and would go see him at Perqs in Huntington Beach when he'd come home for awhile. The up close and personal shows were raw and mindblowing. Everytime I put him away for a period of time I pull him out and always wonder why I don't play him more often. This album did that to me LOL!! He's raw and dead on every time. Amazing and under rated blues guitarist here in the states. What a shame.
  • Rip Your Head Off!

    5
    By Blue's Soul
    You would have to be dead not to love Walter's cuts. His tone and intensity will rip your head off! IMHO
  • Live Trout, Vol. 1

    5
    By calnetwork
    Walter Trout is sensational. This album is pure Trout as his best. Trout is one of the greatest guitarists of our time and may be considered one of the best ever. If you love good guitar blues, you can't go wrong with Live Trout, Vol. 1. And don't forget Live Trout Vol. 2., an essential addition to Vol. 1.
  • walter trout blues man

    5
    By bluesmanjim
    Walter Trout Is One Of The Best Guitarst In The World. This Album Rocks!! a Must Have For Any Blues Lover. I Can Tell&the Reason I'm Gone Are The Best Songs

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