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Over the Limit
Trout Fishing in America
Over the Limit
Genres: Blues, Folk, Pop, Rock, Children's Music
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All Artists: Trout Fishing in America
Title: Over the Limit
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Label: Trout Records
Original Release Date: 10/5/1992
Re-Release Date: 7/11/1994
Genres: Blues, Folk, Pop, Rock, Children's Music
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Contemporary Folk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 727106834222, 027106834247

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Family music just doesn't get any better!
(5 out of 5 stars)

"TFIA has been a favorite of mine for several years. This CD is one of my two current favorites (but may change as newer CDs are released). My wife and I love this music, and used to see TFIA more regularly when we lived in Texas. Now that we are in Illinois, we make the trip to see them anytime they are near. As we get ready to have our first child, I cannot wait until the three of us can sing the songs together and all appreciate the music (as you can tell, my wife and I are kids at heart). TFIA is one of the last entertainers that you can appreciate with the entire family."
The best Trout CD
Paul Stroud | Houston, TX United States | 04/28/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is Trout's best albulm. It covers romantic songs (No Matter What Goes Right), Viciously Sad (You Can't Get There From Here), Family Love (Lullaby), and Comedic Cheatin' (Sam's Last Boogie). If you listen to this albulm, you will be a Trout Fan forever. For a more acoustical Trout Albulm try Truth Is Stranger Than Fishin."
The Best of All
Frank Silbermann | New Orleans, Louisiana USA | 08/05/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This one is the album I would choose to introduce adults to Trout. The lullaby version on here (with violins in the background) has me in tears, it is hauntingly beautiful.

There are a lot of just plain fun tracks on here too- Two Brains, Sam's Last Boogie and My Front Door come to mind.

Dead Egyptian Blues is a favorite track around our house. It is a very cool song (even though they did not write it) and performed extremely well.

This has the one Trout song that I do not like on it- Park Avenue and Tyson Street. It is a litle dirge-like and pitched too low. Every other song is wonderful, though.

No Matter What goes Right is such a beautiful love song with very clever lyrics.

They show us once again that they are consummate musicians with a great sense of humor.

I hope they continue to produce adult music as good as this.