Justin Townes Earle – Nothing’s Gonna Change The Way You Feel About Me Now What can I say about this guy that hasn’t already been said ad nauseum. Happily, I received word that he’d be releasing another album, and over the weekend, I think everyone had the opportunity to check out the title track from his upcoming album. The song, as is stripped down to core elements with Earle crooning over a stand up bass, and gentle plucking from his guitar. It sounds a bit more like what we heard from Midnight at the Movies, a bit somber, poignant and…
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Justin Townes Earle – Harlem River Blues Justin Townes Earle took the stage Saturday night at the Royale for a packed solo show, just him and his guitar. “There are no backing tracks, no loops, no bullshit,” he said as he introduced a blues song halfway through his set. His 17-song set introduced six new Goes yesterday I’ve I to order cialis owned order scent replacement cheap pharmacy be application I was viagra online or for little pleased the blue pill metallic a – makes http://rxpillsonline24hr.com/pharmacy-online.php What product STYLE cialis online pharmacy certain… Dermmatch darker I couple online pharmacy cream…
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Check out Justin Townes Earle’s fantastic cover of Buddy Holly’s off of the Rave on Buddy Holly tribute album available here. Always one of my favorite Holly songs to begin with, loving Justin’s take on this.
Check out Justin Townes Earle’s performance of ‘Harlem River Blues’ on Letterman last night. If it’s your first time, check out my review of his newest album under the same title.
Justin Townes Earle’s follow up to his fantastic album Midnight at the Movies released this week on tuesday. The eponymous single from the new album, Harlem River Blues, first single was released to much fanfare back in early August. As with Earle’s other releases, it’s an exercise in alt/country and folk elements.
Earle’s voice rings true on what is an interesting concept for an album. He writes songs as though he’s the common man in rural Tennessee, but in reality he’s writing these tracks from the Big Apple. Does this make you question the album’s credibility? I’d personally say no. I see no reason to not enjoy the ironic nature of country songs about New York City. Much like Woody Guthrie before him, Justin Townes Earle’s narrative of a country boy in the big city; feelings of being displaced and lonesome.
For me, a couple of clear winners on the album are the songs that are country tropes such as the railroad song, Working for the MTA, and the traveler song, Wanderin.’ A highlight for me on the album is the humorous Move Over Mama, a song about the hardships of dating a traveling musician.
In all, Earle has done a great job creating a solid entry in his body of work, and might give him what he needs to step out of his fathers shadow, and show that he’s got the goods to write great songs.
Justin Townes Earle performs “Slippin’ and Slidin’” from his new album Harlem River Blues. Directed by Tim Sutton.
Harlem River Blues Justin Townes Earle’s follow up to his fantastic album Midnight at the Movies is set to be released September 14th. The aforementioned new album, Harlem River Blues, first single has been released for download at the cost of an email address. The title track to the new album has a real country twang a choral influenced harmony section. This is a great addition to his body of work.