Thursday, November 20, 2014

Steve Earle - Terraplane and You're the Best Lover That I Ever Had

Steve Earle has put out country records, rock, folk, bluegrass, flirted with hip-hop styled beats, and pretty much gone where he's wanted. Lately, he's wanted to mine a blues vein, so that's where his new one, Terraplane, is going. Not that he hasn't been there before (try Meet Me in the Alleyway below), but the whole of the new album (due Feb. 17) takes that route according to Rolling Stone Country. I am more than a little intrigued. And the album artwork is amazing as always, Tony Fitzpatrick is bloody brilliant.

You’re the Best Lover That I Ever Had

Terraplane Track Listing:

1. Baby Baby Baby (Baby)
2. You’re the Best Lover That I Ever Had
3. The Tennessee Kid
4. Ain't Nobody's Daddy Now
5. Better Off Alone
6. The Usual Time
7. Go Go Boots Are Back
8. Acquainted With the Wind
9. Baby's Just as Mean as Me
10. Gamblin' Blues
11. King of the Blues

Some older ones for ya:

City of Immigrants

Way Down in the Hole

Every Part Of Me

Meet Me in the Alleyway

The Low Highway


I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive (Hank Williams cover)


State Trooper

Waitin' On the Sky

I try not to pass up an opportunity to share the song Steve Earle by Lydia Loveless. So here ya go.

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