8 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bursting with country and blues-tinged classics like the gentle "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" and the rueful lost-love standard "Maggie May," this landmark album is a must-have for long drives and quiet afternoons. Stewart's trademark raspy vocal is beautifully set off by layers of sweet pedal steel and slide guitar, particularly on the poignant ballad "Mandolin Wind" and on his clever, deconstructed cover of the rock 'n' roll classic "That's All Right."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bursting with country and blues-tinged classics like the gentle "Tomorrow Is a Long Time" and the rueful lost-love standard "Maggie May," this landmark album is a must-have for long drives and quiet afternoons. Stewart's trademark raspy vocal is beautifully set off by layers of sweet pedal steel and slide guitar, particularly on the poignant ballad "Mandolin Wind" and on his clever, deconstructed cover of the rock 'n' roll classic "That's All Right."

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