Josh Rouse

Josh Rouse (born 1972) is an American folk/roots pop singer-songwriter.

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Kcrw.Com Presents... Josh Rouse Live With Guitar & Strings - Discography
2006) Country Mouse City House (2007) El Turista (2010) Josh Rouse and The Long Vacations (2011) The Happiness Waltz (2013) EPs and Mini-Albums Chester - Josh Rouse Kurt Wagner (1999. 2 (2005) She's Spanish, I'm American - Josh Rouse with Paz Suay (2007) Bedroom Classics, Vol. 2008) Compilations The Smooth Sounds of Josh Rouse (2004) The Best Of The Rykodisk Years (2008) Singles "Directions" (2000) "Christmas With Jesus" (2001) "Feeling No Pain" (2002 ...
Country Mouse City House - Track Listing
... All songs written by Josh Rouse unless otherwise noted "Sweetie" (Josh Rouse, Paz Suay) "Italian Dry Ice" "Hollywood Bass Player" "God, Please Let Me Go Back" "Nice to Fit In" "Pilgrim" "Domesticated Lovers" (Josh ...
Bedroom Classics, Vol. 3 - Discography
2005) Subtítulo (2006) Country Mouse City House (2007) El Turista (2010) Josh Rouse and The Long Vacations (2011) The Happiness Waltz (2013) EPs. 2 (2005) She's Spanish, I'm American - Josh Rouse with Paz Suay (2007) Bedroom Classics, Vol. 3 (2008) Compilations The Smooth Sounds of Josh Rouse (2004) The Best Of The Rykodisk Years (2008) Singles "Directions" (2000) "Christmas With Jesus" (2001) "Feeling No Pain" (2002) "Nothing Gives Me ...
Josh Rouse - Discography
1 - (2001) Under Cold Blue Stars - (2002) 1972 - (2003) The Smooth Sounds of Josh Rouse - (2004) Nashville - (2005) Bedroom Classics, Vol. 3 - (2008) The Best of the Rykodisc Years - (2008) El Turista - (2010) Josh Rouse and The Long Vacations - (2011) The Happiness Waltz - (2013) Downloads Kcrw.Com Presents.. ... Josh Rouse Live With Guitar Strings (download) - (2006) Live Shepherds Bush Empire December 7th 2007 (download) - (2008) KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic April 20, 2006 Outtakes (download ...

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