15 Songs, 1 Hour, 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

We love the gritty guitars and fierce attitude of Steve Earle’s definitive brand of country-rock, but there’s been a dash of blues in his sound (and his soul) from the start. Earle fully embraces his inner bluesman on Terraplane, taking an old-school approach on tunes that tap into everything from Big Joe Williams ("You're the Best Lover That I Ever Had") to a fiddle-flecked jugband sound ("Ain't Nobody's Daddy Now"). But ever the iconoclast, Earle embarks on bold detours like the spoken Faustian-bargain tale "The Tennessee Kid.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

We love the gritty guitars and fierce attitude of Steve Earle’s definitive brand of country-rock, but there’s been a dash of blues in his sound (and his soul) from the start. Earle fully embraces his inner bluesman on Terraplane, taking an old-school approach on tunes that tap into everything from Big Joe Williams ("You're the Best Lover That I Ever Had") to a fiddle-flecked jugband sound ("Ain't Nobody's Daddy Now"). But ever the iconoclast, Earle embarks on bold detours like the spoken Faustian-bargain tale "The Tennessee Kid.”

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12 23:14
13 4:18
14 2:47
15 2:33

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