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  • Audio CD (27 Nov. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Xtra Mile Recordings
  • ASIN: B015TQZ10I
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,164 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Rolling Up The Hill, the new Beans on Toast album, is his most creative record to date and it's an album all about friendship, travel and art. It's also about drinking, protesting and growing older in these strange modern times. His seventh studio album in the same amount of years will be released as usual on 1st December via Xtra Mile Recordings. It was recorded this August in Kansas with husband and wife country duo Truckstop Honeymoon. Beans met the duo at Larmer Tree festival last year, and after hanging out and playing some shows with them in New Orleans they hatched a plan to go to The Ninth Ward Picking Parlour in Lawrence, Kanas to make an album together. 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. Ten years in the game and Beans has built up something of an underground following around the world, widely ignored by both press and radio but now ramming out festival fields and tents on the UK circuit and constantly touring new and foreign land. This year alone he's played shows on rooftops in Cape Town, tropical islands in the Barbados, folk festivals in Canada and covered over 10,000 miles in the USA. He also toured the fringes on the UK in the wake of the terrible result at this year's election, taking in the mood of the country by visiting Harlow, Preston, Chester and the like. He has, of course, got songs all about these travels. As usual Beans on Toast has made the album he wants to make it; no rules, no one to impress, just simple opinionated songs about honest subjects.

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As always, Beans On Toast delivers an album that is thought provoking, clever, and immensely enjoyable. Worth listening to again and again (unless you can get to one of his gigs, then just go see him!)
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HASH(0x9ca828ac) out of 5 stars He's one of the best new folk singers despite being unable to play more ... 3 Mar. 2016
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What more can be said about Beans on Toast that hasn't already been said? He's one of the best new folk singers despite being unable to play more than three cords (true punk rock cred right there). Lyrics that are insightful, snarky to the max, and outright funny (even to someone relatively right leaning like myself). He'll definitely rub some people the wrong way because he doesn't hold back ("God is a Cartoonist"). But if you have the ability to empathize without taking personal offense, give him a listen. And definitely check him out live. It'll be the show of your life.
HASH(0x9b98a018) out of 5 stars More truth on the end of your fork 4 Dec. 2015
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I have had this album on loop for the last three days. Best Beans yet. Every song is a favorite.
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