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currently being made to feel inadequate by the new derek trucks band album.

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Jerusalem - Steve Earle, absolute quality

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my favourite steve earle album is el corazone


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my favourite steve earle album is el corazone

Good choice. El Corazon must be one of the most diverse albums ever written, there's a complete mixture of genres in there. Christmas In Washington must rank as one of the best 'political' songs ever IMO.


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Good choice. El Corazon must be one of the most diverse albums ever written, there's a complete mixture of genres in there. Christmas In Washington must rank as one of the best 'political' songs ever IMO.

agreed

I like telephone road as well.

in fact I like em all.


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Get Some! - Nashville P ussy - the lovechild of Motorhead and AC/DC.

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Saw 'em in York on Friday supporting The Supersuckers.

They weren't bad at all. An added bonus was that the singer exposed the most hilarious Max Wall hairstyle when he took his hat off.


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Saw 'em in York on Friday supporting The Supersuckers.

Funnily enough, on the Steve Earle album L'Angelo and I were on about above he does a wonderful collaboration on a song called 'NYC' with The Supersuckers.


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Funnily enough, on the Steve Earle album L'Angelo and I were on about above he does a wonderful collaboration on a song called 'NYC' with The Supersuckers.

Really? I'm intrigued.

I've lost count of the number of times I've seen The Supersuckers, the self-proclaimed Greatest Rock 'N' Roll Band In The World.


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Really? I'm intrigued.

Yep.

They also did a 5 track EP collaboration where they performed songs like Supersuckers "Creepy Jackalope Eye", Earle's "Angel Is The Devil" and also a great version of the Stones' "Before They Make Me Run".


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Yep.

They also did a 5 track EP collaboration where they performed songs like Supersuckers "Creepy Jackalope Eye", Earle's "Angel Is The Devil" and also a great version of the Stones' "Before They Make Me Run".

Creepy Jackalope Eye is a great tune.

Cheers for that, I might see if I can track down a copy.


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agreed

I like telephone road as well.

in fact I like em all.

Danny Baker's played 'Satellite Radio' from Earle's 'Washington Square Serenade' album a fair bit recently. On the strength of that I bought (and enjoyed) the album.

You should also check out a CD called 'Heartworn Highways'. It is the songs taken from an old documentary about singer/songwriters. As well as the likes of Guy Clarke and Townes van Zandt, it also features Steve Earle's first appearance as a recording artist.

He's also responsible for what could be my favourite album title ever - 'Shut up and die like an Aviator'. :D


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Danny Baker's played 'Satellite Radio' from Earle's 'Washington Square Serenade' album a fair bit recently. On the strength of that I bought (and enjoyed) the album.

You should also check out a CD called 'Heartworn Highways'. It is the songs taken from an old documentary about singer/songwriters. As well as the likes of Guy Clarke and Townes van Zandt, it also features Steve Earle's first appearance as a recording artist.

He's also responsible for what could be my favourite album title ever - 'Shut up and die like an Aviator'. :D

el corazon and washington square serenade are my only two steve earle albums. I love them both. I wish I had all his stuff.

he's the Bruce Springsteen of the real world.

no he isn't he's much better than that.


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el corazon and washington square serenade are my only two steve earle albums. I love them both. I wish I had all his stuff.

he's the Bruce Springsteen of the real world.

no he isn't he's much better than that.

I have been a massive fan of Steve Earle for years. He has produced some excellent albums and has never got the credit he well deserves. Early albums like Guitar Town and Exit O were lost in the country genre in this country but they both have some fine tracks on them with Angry Young Man and I Aint Ever Satisfied among my favorites. The live "Shut and Die Like An Aviator" is in my top 5 albums of all time and just makes the hair stand on the back of my neck. Steve's version of The Stones "Dead Flowers" on it just get to me everytime.

To me Steve Earle beats Springsteen's American apple pie rock any day.

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I have been a massive fan of Steve Earle for years. He has produced some excellent albums and has never got the credit he well deserves. Early albums like Guitar Town and Exit O were lost in the country genre in this country but they both have some fine tracks on them with Angry Young Man and I Aint Ever Satisfied among my favorites. The live "Shut and Die Like An Aviator" is in my top 5 albums of all time and just makes the hair stand on the back of my neck. Steve's version of The Stones "Dead Flowers" on it just get to me everytime.

To me Steve Earle beats Springsteen's American apple pie rock any day.

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Imelda May's new album. Apologies if it's already been mentioned.

I'll have some of that.

saw her on Jules Ho;lland ages since and was knocked out.


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I was listening to the new CD by The Enemy on the drive into work this morning. I loved their first album, nice and raw it was, not a duff track on it IMO, but the new one seems a bit overdone so far. It probably just needs a few more hearings, unless they've suffered from the dreaded second album syndrome.


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