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Beans On Toast - Rolling up the Hill

1.The Mud Hills Crew
2.Robin Hood Costume
3.I'm Home When You Hold Me
4.The Great American Novel
5.Driving Me Crazy
6.The Industrial Estate
7.God Is A Cartoonist
8.The Art of Friendship
10.Numbers and Words
11.A Bit More Track in the Monitor
12.Middleaged Man

Cat Number: XMR113
Label: Xtra Mile
Info correct on: 14/12/2015

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Rolling up the Hill

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As the yearly tradition goes, Beans On Toast releases his new and 7th album on his birthday! It was recorded in Kansas with husband and wife country duo Truckstop Honeymoon. We're big fans of B.O.T., he always puts a smile on our face either with any of his releases or when he plays in Kingston. His acoustic witty-folk-punk songs are going to sound great on this album! 

The duo brings together double bass, mandolin and finger picking sounds to Beans on Toast unique art of songwriting. Of course though, they were still joined by long-term partner in crime Bobby Banjo, on harp and banjo. Throw in a couple of Kansas players dropping in some horns and some drums and you’ve got a Beans on Toast album that is fresh, fun and exciting whilst at the same time not losing any of Beans on Toast’s original cheap and easy English attitude that has got him to where he is today

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