Who Sang Richard Frost? Jimmy Buffett

Jimmy Buffett Down to Earth cover art
release date: 1998-6-30
genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk Rock
length: 3:30
by: Jimmy Buffett

Richard Frost left Alabama heading west to find his fame
Only got to Oklahoma and that's where he changed his name
Now he plays a little tavern all the drunks say he's a star
Hollywood forgot his number now he's stuck in Kelly's Bar

But is he happy my friend
or does he pretend?
Is every song a routine chore?
Well he every decide
to go and not hide
behind his fear and Kelly's backstage door

Richard Frost draws 90 people and on weekends lines grow long
Singing loud and laughing with them the crowd reacts to every song
Bigger worlds (?) can't help but make you more aware of what you see
Afraid of what's beyond just eyesight keeps the worlds in harmony

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CD 1
  • 1 The Christian?
  • 2 Ellis Dee (He Ain't Free)
  • 3 Richard Frost
  • 4 The Misionary
  • 5 A Mile High in Denver
  • 6 The Captain and the Kid
  • 7 Captain America
  • 8 Ain't He a Genius
  • 9 Turnaboout
  • 10 There's Nothin' Soft About Hard Times
  • 11 I Can't Be Your Hero Today
  • 12 Truckstop Salvation

  • Album Information
    label: Varèse Vintage Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    barcode: 030206577525
    script: Latin