Live Trout (Vol. 2) The Free Radicals & Walter Trout Blues Music 2006 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Live Trout (Vol. 2)

Artist: The Free Radicals & Walter Trout

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 6

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Ruf Records

Tracklist For Live Trout (Vol. 2) By Artist The Free Radicals & Walter Trout

Title Artist Time
1
Finally Gotten Over You The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 9:47 USD 0.99
2
Gotta Broken Heart The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 8:21 USD 0.99
3
Walter Speaks Again The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 0:37 USD 0.99
4
I Shall Be Released The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 7:00 USD 0.99
5
Serve Me Right to Suffer The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 10:57 USD Album Only
6
Good Enough to Eat The Free Radicals & Walter Trout 5:25 USD 0.99

Reviews For Live Trout (Vol. 2) By Artist The Free Radicals & Walter Trout

  • I Me My

    2
    By A Foul Odor
    There is very little that is original or particularly musical here. There is a lot of ego-driven, self-indulgent guitar playing which quickly becomes boring. The vocals are not very good, and quite frankly the set list is mediocre. Move along, there is much better stuff elsewhere.
  • Trout spouts: Wordman

    5
    By wordman69
    Funny how we can't find as many new artists that can grind and scream like the older boys. Jonny Lang has got so much talent it's scary. Come down off your high horse and just listen. Yeah Trout likes to hear himself. But when you add him to a broader collection of guitarists you'll see where some of the newer guys get their licks. Bonamassa should be in your collection if you are serious about music and blues and variety. Listen to 'Live at Albert Hall.' Trout has the cred so move on if you don't like what you hear.
  • live troutv2

    5
    By 13songs
    kick butt!
  • what the last guy said

    3
    By knickovthyme
    the last review said to try joe bonemassa or something like that...i did. he stunk. try listening to The Nimmo Brothers. they're great... and by the way, the free radicals are not so bad...not great but not bad either.
  • Not Impressed

    2
    By RachFan
    If you're looking for great live blues-rock this isn't the place, unless you enjoy a lot of self-indulgent see-how-loud-and-fast-I-can-play guitar soloing over some fairly unimpressive songs. You can do much better, for example, Joe Bonamassa's A New Day Yesterday (Live) or Lonnie Mack's Attack of the Killer V (not on iTunes).
  • Trout Rocks

    5
    By Water-willy
    if you like to Rock this will rock you for sure !

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