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Album: Full Circle

Artist: Walter Trout

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Ruf Records

Tracklist For Full Circle By Artist Walter Trout

Title Artist Time
She Takes More Than She Gives Walter Trout 8:41 USD 0.99
Workin' Overtime Walter Trout 5:48 USD 0.99
Firehouse Mama Walter Trout 5:07 USD 0.99
Who's Listenin' In Walter Trout 6:51 USD 0.99
Slap Happy Walter Trout 2:31 USD 0.99
Wrapped Around Your Finger Walter Trout 5:02 USD 0.99
A Busy Man Walter Trout 7:40 USD 0.99
Highway Song Walter Trout 2:54 USD 0.99
When Will It Ever Change Walter Trout 4:57 USD 0.99
Can't Help Falling Apart Walter Trout 4:00 USD 0.99
After Hours Walter Trout 6:48 USD 0.99
Clouds On the Horizon Walter Trout 7:51 USD 0.99
Full Circle Walter Trout 2:29 USD 0.99

Reviews For Full Circle By Artist Walter Trout

  • kickin' Blues

    By Slong18
    Nothing can be said but OUTSTANDING
  • never knew about this guy!!

    By Stephenowitz
    I never knew about "the Trout" until I subscribed to "Murphy's Saloon Podcast Home of the Blues" and listened to the track "Wrapped Around Your Finger" with Trout and Guitar Shorty. Wow what a sound, I had to have it. Trout is great and I highly recomend Murphy's Saloon for exposure to great blues artists.
  • All of these songs BANG

    By mikee790
    Love what he does with the instruments, this is classic blues.
  • Awesome Guitar Work

    By ericf11
    If you like big electric guitar in your Blues, you'll love this album. I have seen Walter Trout a few times and he never disappoints. Hooking up with this all star cast of fellow musicians provides an amazing disc of blues.
  • Hot Handed Man

    By Bluesmangary
    I write for a Blues Magazine (Blue Monday) and have seen a good share of the best and i will tell you now there is few that can match Walter's intensity on stage, this guy is "Man On Fire" in the 1st degree. This disc is one of his finest and gives you a good representation of what you'll get onstage. High wattage Blues. Can't miss on this one folks.
  • If you like guitar blues, and you haven't heard Walter, you're missing everything!

    By Mark 4
    I too had the opportunity to share a stage (albeit not at the same time) in Jasper Georgia a few years back. I have the same amp because of him. (Mesa Boogie Mark IV) I told him that after the gig, and he stopped dead in his tracks and showed me everything about how he gets his phenominal tone. He is the most underrrated talent on guitar in this country. His music is the epitome of stellar blues guitar. It ain't about the speed, it's about the feeling. Walter hits the mark every time. This is a superb recording with superb musicians joining one of the all time best!
  • Outstanding!

    By CigarNutz
    This is problably the best studio album I have ever heard. It has all the energy of a live performance.
  • Nice find

    By fotofix
    Cant go wrong with this one.
  • Walter Rules!

    By Bob Frances
    Walter Trout is a great player and i great guy. My band had the opportunity to open for him at the snowbird rock and blues fest. it was a great time. this album is great! i beleve all the songs are duets, including one with my fav guitar player joe bonnamassa on it. Good Stuff!

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