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Stolen Moments

John Hiatt

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Album Review

John Hiatt's highest-charting album yet is a step down from the dizzy heights of Bring the Family and Slow Turning, as he abandons his more acid commentaries and turns in a self-deprecating set full of promises of reformation and celebrations of marriage and family life. But the observations remain acute, and Hiatt's singing (so much camouflaged in his early days) is becoming his secret weapon.

Customer Reviews

The best keeps on crankin'!

As with all great Hiatt music, no grand statements about the "human condition." Stolen Moments is another great album full of stories about everyday life...

Back of My Mind

Absolutely brilliant tale. Hiatt seems to be able to describe the pain and passions of life all in four minutes. Great album for all those Hiatt lovers

Letdown after Slow Turning and Bring the Family

I feel the same way now as I did in 1990---Bring the Family and Slow Turning were so strong, classics even. Then this record came along. A few good tracks, but it has neither the performances nor songwriting of either of the previous records.

Biography

Born: 1952 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

John Hiatt's sales have never quite matched his reputation. Hiatt's songs were covered successfully by everyone from Bonnie Raitt, Ronnie Milsap, and Dr. Feelgood to Iggy Pop, Three Dog Night, and the Neville Brothers, yet it took him 13 years to reach the charts himself. Of course, it took him nearly that long to find his own style. Hiatt began his solo career in 1974, and over the next decade he ran through a number of different styles, from rock & roll to new wave pop, before he finally settled...
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