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Songwriter Greg Trooper's independent CD with his band the Flatirons contains great examples of his thoughtful commercial style, which is not so much folk as folk-rock, with its ringing guitars and catchy hooks. Key tracks here are: the title cut, a haunting World War II memoir co-written by Sid Griffin; the rollicking, country-tinged "Ireland" which may or may not be about the nation; and "Blind Spot," an acid-tinged romantic tribute with harmony vocals by Rosanne Cash. The 1999 KOCH Records reissue contains two bonus tracks, "Too Bad For You," a bouncy, finger-picking showcase with a rueful lyric recorded in 1998, and "A Train Runs By My Door," recorded in 1996. ~ Richard Meyer ...
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All Music Guide
Songwriter Greg Trooper's independent CD with his band the Flatirons contains great examples of his thoughtful commercial style, which is not so much folk as folk-rock, with its ringing guitars and catchy hooks. Key tracks here are: the title cut, a haunting World War II memoir co-written by Sid Griffin; the rollicking, country-tinged "Ireland" which may or may not be about the nation; and "Blind Spot," an acid-tinged romantic tribute with harmony vocals by Rosanne Cash. The 1999 KOCH Records reissue contains two bonus tracks, "Too Bad For You," a bouncy, finger-picking showcase with a rueful lyric recorded in 1998, and "A Train Runs By My Door," recorded in 1996. ~ Richard Meyer & William Ruhlmann
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/22/1999
  • Label: Koch Records
  • UPC: 099923801122
  • Catalog Number: 8011

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 So Far to Go - The Flatirons (3:14)
  2. 2 Up to Me - The Flatirons (4:40)
  3. 3 Blind Spot (3:44)
  4. 4 Ireland - The Flatirons (4:16)
  5. 5 Every Single Day - The Flatirons (3:02)
  6. 6 I Thought I Was Dreaming - The Flatirons (4:01)
  7. 7 Biologically Blue - The Flatirons (3:41)
  8. 8 I Can't Search for You Anymore - The Flatirons (3:54)
  9. 9 Steal Away - The Flatirons (3:46)
  10. 10 Wouldn't That Be Love - The Flatirons (3:45)
  11. 11 Try Not to Cry - The Flatirons (3:35)
  12. 12 Everywhere - The Flatirons (5:23)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Greg Trooper Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Greg Trooper Band Primary Artist
Rosanne Cash Vocals
Larry Campbell Bouzouki, Fiddle, Guitar, Steel Guitar
David Kumin Piano
Stewart Lerman Guitar, Keyboards
Dennis McDermott Drums
Lincoln Schleifer Bass
Greg Shirley Bass, Vocals
Abel Domingues Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Claire Mullally Vocals
The Flatirons Group
Kenneth Blevins Percussion, Drums
Technical Credits
Larry Campbell Contributor
Mike Clute Engineer
Stewart Lerman Producer, Engineer
Garry Tallent Producer
Jan Topoleski Engineer
Carol Chen Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Great Album From Greg Trooper

    This is the only stuff of his that I own, but it's one of the best efforts of pure songwriting I've heard in the last 10 years. A great example of what I'd call expressive folk rock, it's neither hard heavy rock or rambling folk... Kind of a pastoral Tom Petty, with better lyrics. ''So Far To Go'' is probably the best kiss off song ever written.

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