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Name:Rodney Crowell Sex And Gasoline (Advance) 2008 FM

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+----------------+------------------------------------------+----------------+
| |
| Artist : Rodney Crowell |
| Album : Sex And Gasoline-(Advance) |
| Bitrate : VBR kbps |
| |
+-------------------------------[Release Info]-------------------------------+
| |
| Label : Yep Roc |
| Year : 2008 |
| Genre : Country |
| Rip date : Aug-14-2008 |
| Store date : Sep-02-2008 |
| Size : 57,3 MB |
| |
+--------------------------------[Track List]--------------------------------+
| |
|Track Listing: |
| |
| 01 - Sex And Gasoline 04:29 |
| 02 - Moving Work Of Art 04:31 |
| 03 - The Rise And Fall Of Intelligent Design 04:29 |
| 04 - Truth Decay 04:30 |
| 05 - I Want You #35 03:31 |
| 06 - I've Done Everything I Can 05:34 |
| 07 - Who Do You Trust 04:08 |
| 08 - The Night's Just Right 03:52 |
| 09 - Funky And The Farm Boy 04:09 |
| 10 - Forty Winters 04:44 |
| 11 - Closer To Heaven 05:20 |
| |
| ÄÄÄÄÄ |
| 49:17 min |
| |
+-------------------------------[Release Notes]------------------------------+
| |
| While Rodney Crowell first gained widespread recognition as a leader of |
| the new traditionalist movement of the mid-'80s, he in fact was a |
| singer, songwriter, and producer with roots and ambitions extending far |
| beyond the movement's parameters. Born to a musical family on August 7, |
| 1950, in Houston, TX, Crowell formed his first band, the Arbitrators, |
| while in high school, and in 1972 moved to Nashville to become a |
| professional musician. There, he struck up friendships with |
| singer/songwriters Townes Van Zandt and Guy Clark. |
| |
| Crowell's first big break came while he was performing as a lounge |
| singer, where one of his acoustic sets was heard by Jerry Reed. |
| Crowell's own "You Can't Keep Me Here in Tennessee" caught the ear of |
| Reed and his manager, and two days later Reed recorded the song after |
| signing Crowell to his publishing company. In 1975, Crowell moved to Los |
| Angeles to join Emmylou Harris' Hot Band as a guitarist, and soon became |
| one of her primary songwriters; among the Crowell compositions Harris |
| first popularized were "Till I Gain Control Again," "Ain't Livin' Long |
| Like This," "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight," and "Bluebird |
| Wine." In 1977, Crowell exited the Hot Band to form his own group, the |
| Cherry Bombs, and in 1978 released his first album, Ain't Living Long |
| Like This; surprisingly, given that he had built his growing reputation |
| as a songwriter, his first two minor hits — "Elvira" and "(Now and Then, |
| There's) A Fool Such as I" — were both covers. |
| |
| Also in 1978, Crowell began producing tracks for the album Right or |
| Wrong, the American debut from singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash; around |
| the time of the record's 1979 release, he and Cash married. In between |
| recording his own 1980 sophomore record, But What Will the Neighbors |
| Think, and producing Cash's commercial breakthrough Seven Year Ache, |
| Crowell's songwriting career took full flight when "Leavin' Louisiana in |
| the Broad Daylight" hit number one for the Oak Ridge Boys in 1980. Among |
| his other significant compositions were "Till I Gain Control Again" (a |
| number one for Crystal Gayle in 1983), "Shame on the Moon" (a Top Five |
| pop hit for Bob Seger in 1982), "Long Hard Road (The Sharecropper's |
| Dream)" (a 1984 number one for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), and |
| "Somewhere Tonight" (a number one in 1987 for Highway 101). |
| |
| In 1980, Crowell issued his own first hit, "Ashes by Now," which was a |
| Top 40 pop crossover success; the follow-up, "Stars on the Water," was |
| popular with both pop and country listeners. In 1981, he issued his |
| third LP, a self-titled effort which was not commercially successful; |
| when a fourth effort was rejected by his label, he turned his energies |
| to writing and producing, most significantly helming Cash's 1987 |
| masterpiece King's Record Shop. At Cash's urging, Crowell reignited his |
| performing career in 1986 with the acclaimed Street Language, an |
| eclectic effort co-produced by Memphis soul legend Booker T. Jones. |
| |
| In 1988, Crowell finally broke through commercially with Diamonds & |
| Dirt, a record which generated an unbroken string of five number one |
| singles with "It's Such a Small World" (a duet with Cash), "I Couldn't |
| Leave You If I Tried," "She's Crazy for Leavin'" (co-written by Guy |
| Clark), "After All This Time," and "Above and Beyond." Keys to the |
| Highway was also highly successful. |
| |
| Crowell and Cash divorced in 1991, prompting both artists to document |
| their marriage's dissolution with starkly confessional albums; Crowell's |
| 1992 Life Is Messy featured guests Steve Winwood and Linda Ronstadt. |
| Switching to MCA Records for Let the Picture Paint Itself in 1994, he |
| followed with Jewel of the South the next year. In 1997, he formed the |
| Cicadas with longtime backup musicians Steuart Smith, Michael Rhodes, |
| and Vince Santoro. He married singer Claudia Church in 1998, and in 1999 |
| wrote her country chart debut, "'What's the Matter with You Baby." |
| Crowell issued his first album since 1995, The Houston Kid, in 2001. |
| Continuing in the autobiographical vein of that record, he released |
| Fate's Right Hand in 2003, followed by The Outsider in 2005. |
| |
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