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Album: Go the Distance

Artist: Walter Trout

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Ruf Records

Tracklist For Go the Distance By Artist Walter Trout

Title Artist Time
Love So Deep Walter Trout 5:09 USD 0.99
Outta Control Walter Trout 5:09 USD 0.99
Lookin' for the Promised Land Walter Trout 5:28 USD 0.99
Ride 'Till I'm Satisfied Walter Trout 4:38 USD 0.99
Go the Distance Walter Trout 6:09 USD 0.99
Message On the Doorway Walter Trout 5:39 USD 0.99
Faithful Walter Trout 4:42 USD 0.99
Down to You Walter Trout 4:17 USD 0.99
Bugle Billy Walter Trout 3:57 USD 0.99
Gotta Leave This Town Walter Trout 6:05 USD 0.99
I Don't Want My MTV Walter Trout 2:53 USD 0.99
Doin' Just Fine Walter Trout 5:36 USD 0.99
Always Been a Dreamer Walter Trout 3:23 USD 0.99

Reviews For Go the Distance By Artist Walter Trout

  • Walter trout

    By Monkywizard
    Walter is and has been a huge influence on many a blues fan. His Live in Tampa really gave me faith again in some long missed hard blues. His attack of the strat is really a true statement to his ability. His sound is all his own and is another example of how many underrated guitarists there are and that in order to find really inspiring music you have to stay off the radio. Thanks again to I tunes for the great finds.

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