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Streamside Confession

by Alan Cayn

Wonderfully creative original folk songs inspired by the experiences of fly fishing. Rich expressive vocals, skillful mtn. dulcimer and guitar.
Genre: Folk: Minstrel
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1. Streamside Confession
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2. Fly Fisherman's Alphabet
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3. Big Ugly Bug
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4. When The Ice Melts
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5. Two Faces Of Spring
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6. Demon Angler
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7. In Between The Stars
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8. Why I Write Fishing Songs
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9. River Of Sand
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Alan Cayn

Alan Cayn, who has performed in every imaginable venue over the past 25+ years, has a stage presence that both cajoles and soothes. This folk singer has gathered life experiences and presents them in his two CDs, in which the art of fly fishing is the vehicle behind the tale. "Hey! A Fish!" and "Streamside Confession" contain a diverse collection of original songs ranging from the comical to the sublime. His insights can be easily understood even if your hand has never held a fly rod.

With his rich, expressive voice, Alan Cayn also sings traditional and contemporary folk music, accompanying himself on mountain dulcimer, guitar, and a few surprise instruments. He presents material from the British Isles and North America, including lilting ballads and rowdy songs of the Seven Seas and Great Lakes that get feet tapping and hands clapping.

This consummate entertainer delivers a truly enjoyable performance for every audience.

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Whitaker Caine-Smith

Pleasantly organic. Makes me laugh and makes me cry.
Trout fishing music? You bet! This is a joyful listening experience that makes me laugh and cry. Mr. Cayn is an authentic story teller, which you can tell comes from years of passionate litening to the world around him. Organic and old school in it's production approach leaves a soothing and fresh taste in your ears. Take a listen and float BETWEEN THE STARS with this unique artist. Bravo Mr. Cayn!
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Tom


An absolute must for any fly angler.Relaxing,Funny, Sentimental and down right good. Just as good as his 1st cd Hey! A Fish!! Tom aka Troutlord
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Cheryl Phipps

Why Write Fishing Songs
Why write fishing songs? One listen and it is apparent that Alan Cayn writes fishing songs because he loves to fish and he loves the stream. He also has a touch for taking the simple act of fishing, along with his love of nature, and crafting songs with a charming philosophy of life. The sweet tones of Cayn's mountain dulcimer add to that magic. The world needs more fun songs, more sing-a-longs, and more children's voices and this collection delivers all that too. Cayn has said that he wants to tell stories. The stories are here, most notably in "Streamside Confession," "Big Ugly Bug," and the haunting fisherman's tale "Demon Angler." The most poignant offering is "In Between the Stars," which any listener will certainly relate to someone they miss, yet feel close to under the night sky. Also close to the heart is the final track, "River of Sand," a beautiful melody with references to God's creation and the timelessness of the cycle of the river and of life. So why does Alan Cayn write fishing songs? Give this one a spin and let him tell you, while you and the kids sing-a-long.
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