The Nashville Sound - June 16th

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Title and release date announced.

Based on the title, I could see this being a real shit-kicker old school country album. Somewhat in the vein of Sturgill's "High Top Mountain".

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Track List:

Last of My Kind
Cumberland Gap
Tupelo
White Man’s World
If We Were Vampires
Anxiety
Molotov
Chaos and Clothes
Hope the High Road
Something to Love

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Iowan wrote:Title and release date announced.

Based on the title, I could see this being a real shit-kicker old school country album. Somewhat in the vein of Sturgill's "High Top Mountain".
Or it could be a somewhat ironic title meaning to stir some shit?
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RolanK wrote:
Iowan wrote:Title and release date announced.

Based on the title, I could see this being a real shit-kicker old school country album. Somewhat in the vein of Sturgill's "High Top Mountain".
Or it could be a somewhat ironic title meaning to stir some shit?
I think he's trying to stir some shit. I'm hoping he does it with the music as well as the title.

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Iowan wrote:
RolanK wrote:
Iowan wrote:Title and release date announced.

Based on the title, I could see this being a real shit-kicker old school country album. Somewhat in the vein of Sturgill's "High Top Mountain".
Or it could be a somewhat ironic title meaning to stir some shit?
I think he's trying to stir some shit. I'm hoping he does it with the music as well as the title.

So do I.
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Dude on the left looks like he's leaving the band
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Also livealbum in the pipeline? or same thing?
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RolanK wrote:Also livealbum in the pipeline? or same thing?
Separate...live album is an EP specifically for Record Store Day. Here's some info: http://www.recordstoreday.com/NewsItem/6707.

Titled "Live from Welcome to 1979" and track list (mostly covers) is:

1. Can't You Hear Me Knockin
2. Storm Windows
3. Heart on a String
4. Atlantic City
5. Sway
6. Never Gonna Change

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Jason Isbell Talks 'Uptempo and Loud' New Album, Dave Cobb Partnership

http://www.rollingstone.com/country/new ... um-w472251

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Thanks for the link. Great!

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Not too shabby
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Damn! It's good. Sounds like Jason may be releasing an AB of his own.
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Meh. It doesn't feel like he's taking much of a chance musically or politically. He can turn a phrase with the best of them but his songwriting still mostly leaves me cold. I don't actively dislike his songs and this one, while a welcome uptempo break from his other stuff, certainly doesn't push the envelope.
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Anyone think those shots of the flag in that video are an homage to the American Band cover?

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jh13 wrote:Anyone think those shots of the flag in that video are an homage to the American Band cover?
That struck me as well. Along with the title "reclaiming" the Nashville Sound, much like reclaiming what it means to be an "American" band.
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Steven Hyden on Twitter a few days ago wrote:
"Just listened twice to a promo of the new Jason Isbell LP. If you like the sound of BRIGHTER THAN CREATION'S DARK, get excited."
Consider me excited.
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Mundane Mayhem wrote:
Steven Hyden on Twitter a few days ago wrote:
"Just listened twice to a promo of the new Jason Isbell LP. If you like the sound of BRIGHTER THAN CREATION'S DARK, get excited."
Consider me excited.
That's interesting, especially since Hyden usually knows whereof he speaks when it comes to DBT and Isbell.
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Maybe the hardcore Isbell fans will forgive Hyden for correctly identifying SMTF as mediocre (despite giving nearly every other of his records rave reviews).
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Tequila Cowboy wrote:Maybe the hardcore Isbell fans will forgive Hyden for correctly identifying SMTF as mediocre (despite giving nearly every other of his records rave reviews).
It's my least favorite Isbell solo album by a mile.

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Iowan wrote:
RolanK wrote:
Iowan wrote:Title and release date announced.

Based on the title, I could see this being a real shit-kicker old school country album. Somewhat in the vein of Sturgill's "High Top Mountain".
Or it could be a somewhat ironic title meaning to stir some shit?
I think he's trying to stir some shit. I'm hoping he does it with the music as well as the title.
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Hate to say it but The High Road is boring me. I have faith the rest of the album will be more provocative, but a fight down in the ditch sounds way more exciting than this song.

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You can hear "Last of My Kind" on Robert Elms' BBC show around the 2:43 mark.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yckrd

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zoid wrote:You can hear "Last of My Kind" on Robert Elms' BBC show around the 2:43 mark.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yckrd
Thanks for sharing. Those first couple verses sound very Prine'-y to me.

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zoid wrote:You can hear "Last of My Kind" on Robert Elms' BBC show around the 2:43 mark.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yckrd
Thanks for sharing. Those first couple verses sound very Prine-y to me.

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zoid wrote:You can hear "Last of My Kind" on Robert Elms' BBC show around the 2:43 mark.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yckrd
I can't find this at all.

I see a link farther down the page, but can't open it.

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Iowan wrote:
zoid wrote:You can hear "Last of My Kind" on Robert Elms' BBC show around the 2:43 mark.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04yckrd
I can't find this at all.

I see a link farther down the page, but can't open it.
You have to press play on the main show link at the top to listen to the full show and then skip to the 2 hour 45 minute mark.

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