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  • Posted April 23, 2011

    Great tribute from one great musician to another

    While this lacks some of the dynamism found in other Steve Earle collections, this is intended as a tribute to Townes Van Zandt and holds its own as such. Earle interpets the music of his friend/mentor beautifully, bringing a sensitivity that only he could. Not what you might be used to from Earle, but definitely not to be missed.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    earl rocks on

    Me country does not possess certainty of the existence of the legend Earle is. To me when I first heard the sublime when I fall, I decided I would sing it in me wedding day; bride is yet to be discovered, but the song is set. I spent a long time deciding whether write about the story or the cd. Both are so beautiful it is with regret that I had to decide. Reading about tragic Wounded knee opens the story behind the cd. Mr Townes told Mr Earle to read the story & that very anecdote inspired the making of it. From "Pancho & lefty" to "white freightliner blues" to "don´t take it too bad", it is to unveil new generations there was a time when music mattered. Wonderful

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  • Posted October 1, 2010


    i am a big steve earle fan but no album by him has left me as cold. AND i have heard Van Zandt albums. i think earle was just too close to the guy and this is TOO low key and pitying. i know THIS sounds COLD but music is music and this seems like a wake.I really hope it grows on me but I played it in the car for days and just stopped. SORRY

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