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Steve Earle

Discussion in 'Country Music' started by Garrett, Oct 26, 2011.

  1. JerseyGirl

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    I didn't post the article link to compare the two. It's just the article I was reading recently. I'm sure there are a few articles out there of Bruce praising Steve as well. They are both great songwriter's in my opinion. :grinthumb
     
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    I like Bruce best alone on things like Nebraska and The Ghost Of Tom Joad.

    They are both great songwriter's.

    Agree ;)
     
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    Steve Earle is the man! One of my favourite songwriters! He has a new album coming out. It's called "Terraplane" and will be released on February 17th.

    Terraplane Track Listing:

    1. Baby Baby Baby (Baby)
    2. You’re The Best Lover That I Ever Had
    3. The Tennessee Kid
    4. Ain’t Nobody’s Daddy Now
    5. Better Off Alone
    6. The Usual Time
    7. Go Go Boots Are Back
    8. Acquainted With The Wind
    9. Baby’s Just As Mean As Me
    10. Gamblin’ Blues
    11. King Of The Blues

    The album cover (which is awesome):

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    And a couple of tracks from the album:



     
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    Still haven't gotten this one, so I'll have to remedy that soon. I like the tunes I have heard so far.
     
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    This is a performance before Steve Earle was imprisoned. He's looking pretty rough and the video is sketchy, but it's hard to question his passion. The set list is one of my favorites.

    Steve Earle Live Acoustic Show: 1991 Live at McCabes

    Setlist:
    The Other Kind
    Have Mercy
    Hometown Blues
    Devil's Right Hand
    Sometimes She Forgets
    Johnny Come Lately
    So Different Blues
    Limousine Blues
    Saturday Night and Sunday Morning
    Regular Guy
    Close Your Eyes
    Copperhead Road
    CCKMP

     
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    I've been on a Steve Earle marathon today while I burned a few movies....


    Love, love, love Copperhead Road.


    Transcendental Blues is another good album. When I first heard this album, I thought I was hearing Bob Dylan sing.....lol.....but that's not a bad thing, really, since the music is nothing but pure rocking blues.

    here is a Transcendental Blues Playlist:

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIlKFj7QxUgFnt2PjXEhzMSe9ra8y1Hos


    An interesting album is Townes....where he sings Townes Van Zant. Not the best album, but he does Van Zant justice. Townes Van Zant had an very interesting life story and I feel Steve Earle did a wonderful job of covering Van Zant's life music.

    The best Townes Van Zant cover I've heard is Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard "Poncho and Lefty" but Steve Earle did it right, too:

     
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    Steve Earle has just released a new album, a collaborative album with Shawn Colvin. It's a mixture of self-written songs and cover songs.

    Colvin & Earle track list:

    01. Come What May
    02. Tell Moses
    03. Tobacco Road
    04. Ruby Tuesday
    05. The Way That We Do
    06. Happy & Free
    07. You Were on My Mind
    08. You’re Right (I’m Wrong)
    09. Raise the Dead
    10. You’re Still Gone
    11. Someday
    12. That Don’t Worry Me Now
    13. Baby’s in Black

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    With these two involved it couldn't really go wrong and it didn't. A great album which I highly recommend.
     
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    Steve has a new album coming out and this will be a back to the roots country record. :woot::bow:

    "So You Wanna Be An Outlaw" will be released on june 16.

    Track List:

    “So You Wanna Be An Outlaw” (feat. Willie Nelson)
    “Lookin’ For A Woman”
    “The Firebreak Line”
    “News From Colorado”
    “If Mama Coulda Seen Me”
    “Fixin’ To Die”
    “This Is How It Ends” (feat. Miranda Lambert)
    “The Girl On The Mountain”
    “You Broke My Heart”
    “Walkin’ In LA” (feat. Johnny Bush)
    “Sunset Highway”
    “Goodbye Michelangelo”

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    Here's a couple of tracks from the new album:



     
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    Steve Earle, the only artist that I will buy an album from without hearing a track off it first. I still think some of Earles best stuff is from his early days, Copperhead Road, Guitar Town, that stuff.
     

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