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Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now

Justin Townes Earle

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Justin Townes Earle’s got the blues. A serious undercurrent of unhappy thoughts courses through Nothing’s Gonna Change, the fourth full-length from the talented Nashville musician. In the place of gospel or rockabilly seasoning, Earle goes to the sound of Memphis soul, with horns, unhurried arrangements, and a voice that often sounds like he’s just taken a gut hit. There are signs that perhaps his struggle to stay outside the hard-partying life has taken a backseat. Lyrics like “I tell her I’ve been getting sick again/we both pretend we don’t know why” suggest he’s not too happy with his current state. On the chillingly beautiful “Unfortunately, Anna,” his frustration and despair is palpable: “I’m feeling low and downright mean,” he breathlessly snarls as a steel guitar exhales in the background. The music ranges from the kind of quiet introspection fans of Nick Lowe will appreciate (“Am I That Lonely Tonight?,” “Won’t Be the Last Time”) to a pop-country blend that recalls Lyle Lovett (“Maria,” “Memphis in the Rain”) and a scattering of horn-inflected barroom shuffles (“Baby’s Got a Bad Idea,” “Look the Other Way”).

Customer Reviews

I am my fathers son

I truly believe young Justin has so
Much promise he may even eclipse his fathers work he is definately a great live act am seeing him for fourth time in June at the koko in London. This album has a different sound to Harlem hitting the soul territory hinted at with slipping and sliding (off Harlem). Jte also has a voice as powerful in sucking you in as the best of them. Maybe the album suffers from too many slow songs but they are breathtakingly beautiful in the case of down on the lower east side or it won't be the last time. The album closes with I'm moving on and what a closer!

Paul Hegley Band

Great Album Justin good luck with the tour!

Mr

One of the best albums I've heard this year!

Biography

Born: 04 January 1982 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The son of maverick Texas songwriter Steve Earle (and carrying the middle name of his dad's mentor, Townes Van Zandt), Justin Townes Earle shares just a hint of his father's vocal style in his voice, and like the elder Earle, he writes his own songs, but aside from the fact that both Earles fall to the country side of the Mason-Dixon Line, there are probably far more differences in their musical approaches than there are similarities. The younger Earle grew up in Nashville and took up music early,...
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