Pretty good recording here, just Steve and his guitar….and maybe a little jawharp (sorry no Allison Moorer). He runs through alot of his excellent mid 90’s material (his best years in my opinion) and throws in the mandatory “Copperhead Road” at the end. The sound quality on this is pretty damned good…..almost professional quality. Sorry no artwork for this one (I got lazy).
1 I Ain’t Ever Satisfied 2 Taneytown 3 Tom Ames’ Prayer 4 My Old Friend The Blues 5 Someday 6 Now She’s Gone 7 You Know The Rest 8 South Nashville Blues 9 CCKMP 10 Dixieland 11 Rich Man’s War 12 Copperhead Road 13 Jerusalem
This is a great recording of TV special that was made for the gram parsons tribute album “Return of The Greivous Angel”. Featuring Emmylou Harris as the anchor point around a revolving door of Alt-country & Roots music superstars playing Parsons’ greatest hits, this is a must hear for any fan of Country Rock & Alt Country alike.
Return of the Grievous Angel – Emmylou Harris & Ryan Adams High Fashion Queen – Chris Hillman & Steve Earle dialog – John Hiatt & Emmylou Harris Hickory Wind – Gillian Welch & David Rawlings Hot Burrito #1 – The Mavericks dialog – Hiatt & Harris Sin City – Earle & Welch 100 Years From Now – Wilco* dialog – Hiatt, Harris, & Chris Hillman Juanita – Sheryl Crow & Harris dialog – Hiatt, Harris, Hillman Wheels – Hillman & Jim Lauderdale dialog – Hiatt, Harris, Hillman A Song For You – Whiskeytown In My Hour of Darkness – Victoria Williams w/All
House band: Bernie Leadon (mandolin, elec. guitar) Greg Leisz (guitars, lap and pedal steel) Buddy Miller (bass) Paul “Wix” Wickens (keyboards, accordian) Ethan Johns (drums)
This is a great bluegrass album from Steve Earle with The Del McCoury Band. If you are not a fan of bluegrass this album may change your mind, and conversely….if you are not a fan of Steve Earle this album may change your mind. Standout Tracks include: Texas Eagle, Graveyard Shift, Outlaw’s Honeymoon, Long Lonesome Highway Blues, and the title track
All right, this site is not about stealin' music, and it's not about stickin' it to the RIAA. It's about me wanting to get the music I love out there and heard. I've said it many times on here, and the fact that some of the talents I showcase on here are largely unknown is a crime. It's a shame what popular radio & music has become when there are so many great artists out there living in obscurity giving it everything they got.
Really folks, if you like what you hear, support the artists. Buy their albums, go to their shows, tell your friends, whatever you gotta do. Most of these are at crappy bitrates anyway.