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Name:Steve Earle Discography (1986 2009) [FLAC] [h33t] Kitlope

Total Size: 7.89 GB

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Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band - The Mountain (Size: 7.79 GB) (Files: 409)

 Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band - The Mountain

  01 - Texas Eagle.flac

20.98 MB

  02 - Yours Forever Blue.flac

15.09 MB

  03 - Carrie Brown.flac

26.97 MB

  04 - I'm Still In Love With You.flac

24.27 MB

  05 - The Graveyard Shift.flac

16.37 MB

  06 - Harlan Man.flac

23.43 MB

  07 - The Mountain.flac

27.74 MB

  08 - Outlaw's Honeymoon.flac

11.03 MB

  10 - Leroy's Dustbowl Blues.flac

20.63 MB

  11 - Dixieland.flac

19.37 MB

  12 - Paddy on the Beat.flac

12.40 MB

  13 - Long, Lonesome Highway Blues.flac

19.51 MB

  14 - Pilgrim.flac

31.17 MB

  Steve Earle & The Del McCoury Band - The Mountain.log

5.62 KB

  The Mountain.cue

2.50 KB

 Steve Earle & The Dukes - Live At The Station Inn 1999

  Artwork

   se1999-11-12-back.jpg

1.07 MB

   se1999-11-12-front.jpg

511.42 KB

  CD1

   Track01.flac

22.29 MB

   Track02.flac

22.42 MB

   Track03.flac

26.00 MB

   Track04.flac

16.27 MB

   Track05.flac

17.52 MB

   Track06.flac

23.35 MB

   Track07.flac

18.72 MB

   Track08.flac

20.04 MB

   Track09.flac

25.59 MB

   Track10.flac

28.70 MB

   Track11.flac

16.82 MB

   Track12.flac

18.23 MB

   Track13.flac

7.64 MB

   Track14.flac

18.44 MB

  CD2

   Track01.flac

16.76 MB

   Track02.flac

24.89 MB

   Track03.flac

19.95 MB

   Track04.flac

36.12 MB

   Track05.flac

19.74 MB

   Track06.flac

20.53 MB

   Track07.flac

26.47 MB

   Track08.flac

22.54 MB

   Track09.flac

21.09 MB

   Track10.flac

30.94 MB

   Track11.flac

28.36 MB

   Track12.flac

30.92 MB

   Track13.flac

24.07 MB

   Track14.flac

17.17 MB

  info.txt

2.94 KB

 Steve Earle - Copperhead Road 1988

  01. Copperhead Road.flac

27.31 MB

  02. Snake Oil.flac

20.45 MB

  03. Back To The Wall.flac

34.73 MB

  04. The Devil's Right Hand.flac

19.32 MB

  05. Johnny Come Lately.flac

25.99 MB

  06. Even When I'm Blue.flac

27.48 MB

  07. You Belong To Me.flac

27.04 MB

  08. Waiting On You.flac

31.40 MB

  09. Once You Love.flac

29.71 MB

  10. Nothing But A Child.flac

22.99 MB

 Steve Earle - El Corazon 1997

  01. Steve Earle - Christmas in Washington.flac

25.95 MB

  02. Steve Earle - Taneytown.flac

34.28 MB

  03. Steve Earle - If You Fall.flac

29.10 MB

  04. Steve Earle - I Still Carry You Around.flac

16.43 MB

  05. Steve Earle - Telephone Road.flac

25.70 MB

  07. Steve Earle - You Know the Rest.flac

14.83 MB

  08. Steve Earle - N.Y.C..flac

25.09 MB

  09. Steve Earle - Poison Lovers.flac

26.81 MB

  10. Steve Earle - The Other Side of Town.flac

21.10 MB

  11. Steve Earle - Here I am.flac

18.67 MB

  12. Steve Earle - Ft. Worth Blues.flac

21.90 MB

  Artwork

   el corazon back.jpg

1.74 MB

   el corazon disc.jpg

465.06 KB

   el corazon back inner.jpg

1.20 MB

   el corazon front booklet.jpg

3.14 MB

   el corazon front.jpg

1.43 MB

  El Corazón.cue

2.19 KB

  Steve Earle - El Corazón.log

5.43 KB

  Steve Earle - El Corazón.m3u

0.99 KB

 Steve Earle - Essential 1993

  01. Earle, Steve - Guitar Town.flac

16.61 MB

  02. Earle, Steve - Hillbilly Highway.flac

21.93 MB

  03. Earle, Steve - The Devil's Right Hand.flac

20.99 MB

  04. Earle, Steve - Goodbye's All We Got Left to Say.flac

22.50 MB

  05. Earle, Steve - Six Days on the Road.flac

19.97 MB

  06. Earle, Steve - Someday.flac

23.39 MB

  07. Earle, Steve - Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough).flac

25.85 MB

  08. Earle, Steve - Copperhead Road.flac

28.80 MB

  09. Earle, Steve - The Rain Came Down.flac

26.61 MB

  10. Earle, Steve - I Ain't Ever Satisfied.flac

24.82 MB

  11. Earle, Steve - Nowhere Road.flac

18.00 MB

  12. Earle, Steve - The Week of Living Dangerously.flac

27.68 MB

  13. Earle, Steve - Continental Trailways Blues.flac

20.85 MB

  Earle, Steve - Essential Steve Earle.log

6.87 KB

  Earle, Steve - Essential Steve Earle.m3u

1.22 KB

  Essential Steve Earle.cue

2.48 KB

 Steve Earle - Exit O 1987

  Angry Young Man.flac

25.26 MB

  I Ain't Ever Satisfied.flac

23.25 MB

  I Love You Too Much.flac

21.65 MB

  It's All Up To You.flac

27.83 MB

  No. 29.flac

17.41 MB

  Nowhere Road.flac

16.97 MB

  San Antonio Girl.flac

18.33 MB

  Sweet Little '66.flac

16.78 MB

  The Rain Came Down.flac

25.10 MB

  The Week Of Living Dangerously.flac

26.19 MB

 Steve Earle - Guitar Town 1986

  01. Steve Earle - Guitar Town.flac

15.66 MB

  02. Steve Earle - Goodbye's All We've Got Left.flac

21.13 MB

  03. Steve Earle - Hillbilly Highway.flac

20.91 MB

  04. Steve Earle - Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough).flac

24.94 MB

  05. Steve Earle - My Old Friend The Blues.flac

14.78 MB

  06. Steve Earle - Someday.flac

22.40 MB

  07. Steve Earle - Think It Over.flac

12.42 MB

  08. Steve Earle - Fearless Heart.flac

24.99 MB

  09. Steve Earle - Little Rock 'N' Roller.flac

25.20 MB

  10. Steve Earle - Down The Road.flac

14.14 MB

  Guitar Town.cue

2.00 KB

  Steve Earle - Guitar Town.log

5.08 KB

  Steve Earle - Guitar Town.m3u

0.87 KB

 Steve Earle - I Feel Aright 1996

  01. I Feel Alright - Steve Earle.flac

23.38 MB

  02. Hard Core Troubadour - Steve Earle.flac

21.17 MB

  03. More Than I Can Do - Steve Earle.flac

21.01 MB

  04. Hurtin' Me, Hurtin' You - Steve Earle.flac

21.92 MB

  05. Now She's Gone - Steve Earle.flac

21.22 MB

  06. Poor Boy - Steve Earle.flac

18.34 MB

  07. Valentine's Day - Steve Earle.flac

17.99 MB

  08. The Unrepentant - Steve Earle.flac

33.19 MB

  09. CCKMP - Steve Earle.flac

24.97 MB

  10. Billy And Bonnie - Steve Earle.flac

27.23 MB

  11. South Nashville Blues - Steve Earle.flac

13.81 MB

  12. You're Still Standin' There - Steve Earle.flac

27.23 MB

  I Feel Alright.cue

2.29 KB

  Steve Earle - I Feel Alright.log

6.22 KB

  Steve Earle - I Feel Alright.m3u

1.01 KB

 Steve Earle - Jerusalem 2002

  01. Steve Earle - Ashes To Ashes.flac

27.70 MB

  02. Steve Earle - Amerika v. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do).flac

31.64 MB

  03. Steve Earle - Conspiracy Theory.flac

29.74 MB

  04. Steve Earle - John Walker's Blues.flac

22.92 MB

  05. Steve Earle - The Kind.flac

13.82 MB

  06. Steve Earle - What's A Simple Man To Do .flac

18.53 MB

  07. Steve Earle - The Truth.flac

15.25 MB

  08. Steve Earle - Go Amanda.flac

25.08 MB

  09. Steve Earle - I Remember You.flac

17.62 MB

  10. Steve Earle - Shadowland.flac

21.48 MB

  11. Steve Earle - Jerusalem.flac

28.00 MB

  Jerusalem.cue

2.09 KB

  Steve Earle - Jerusalem.log

5.77 KB

  Steve Earle - Jerusalem.m3u

0.91 KB

 Steve Earle - Just an American Boy 2003

  Just an American Boy Disc 1

   01 Audience Intro.flac

2.59 MB

   02 Amerika V. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do).flac

35.25 MB

   03 Ashes to Ashes.flac

29.88 MB

   04 Paranoia [Monologue].flac

8.15 MB

   05 Conspiracy Theory.flac

32.20 MB

   06 I Remember You.flac

20.22 MB

   07 Schertz, Texas [Monologue].flac

13.94 MB

   08 Hometown Blues.flac

23.77 MB

   09 The Mountain.flac

31.45 MB

   10 Pennsylvania Miners [Monologue].flac

6.23 MB

   11 Harlan Man.flac

25.12 MB

   12 Copperhead Road.flac

45.37 MB

   13 Guitar Town.flac

20.48 MB

   14 I Oppose the Death Penalty [Monologue].flac

3.53 MB

   15 Over Yonder (Jonathan's Song).flac

19.29 MB

   16 Billy Austin.flac

36.28 MB

  Just an American Boy Disc 2

   01 Audience Intro.flac

2.04 MB

   02 South Nashville Blues.flac

17.42 MB

   03 Rex's Blues-Ft. Worth Blues.flac

36.51 MB

   04 John Walker's Blues.flac

23.57 MB

   05 Jerusalem.flac

31.51 MB

   06 The Unrepentant.flac

46.98 MB

   07 Christmas in Washington.flac

58.45 MB

   08 Democracy [Monologue].flac

9.64 MB

   09 What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love & Understanding.flac

26.81 MB

   10 Time You Waste.flac

19.46 MB

  steve earle just an american boy back.jpg

77.09 KB

  steve earle just an american boy. even more inner.jpg

26.99 KB

  steve earle just an american boy. inner.jpg

89.26 KB

  steve earle just an american boy. more inner.2 jpg.jpg

26.94 KB

  steve earle just an american boy. more inner.jpg

46.04 KB

  steve earle just an american boy.jpg

106.54 KB

 Steve Earle - Magnetised Motherfuckers 2007

  Disc 1

   01 Continental Trailways Blues.flac

22.12 MB

   02 Six Days On The Road.flac

21.28 MB

   03 Honey Don't.flac

25.92 MB

   04 What's Your Name.flac

28.67 MB

   05 Johnny Too Bad.flac

21.36 MB

   06 Ellis Unit One.flac

24.27 MB

   07 Johnny Too Bad.flac

26.25 MB

   08 Crying, Waiting, Hoping.flac

25.42 MB

   09 Creepy Jackalope Eye.flac

21.66 MB

   10 Angel Is The Devil.flac

13.41 MB

   11 Before They Make Me Run.flac

28.10 MB

   12 In The Jailhouse Now.flac

18.27 MB

   13 Hot Enough For Ya.flac

14.94 MB

   14 Poison Love.flac

20.69 MB

   15 I Call On You.flac

28.53 MB

   16 Dallas.flac

19.81 MB

   17 Don't Take Your Guns To Town.flac

29.63 MB

   18 Desperados Waiting For A Train.flac

21.97 MB

   19 Dirty Old Town.flac

19.04 MB

   20 Me And The Eagle.flac

28.63 MB

  Disc 2

   01 Sunday Morning Coming Down.flac

31.10 MB

   02 Love Match.flac

25.57 MB

   04 Breed.flac

21.12 MB

   05 Time Has Come Today.flac

27.03 MB

   06 The Galway Girl.flac

21.41 MB

   07 Our Lady Of The Highways.flac

25.93 MB

   08 The Truth.flac

14.25 MB

   09 Nebraska.flac

35.31 MB

   10 Little Sister.flac

16.15 MB

   11 State Trooper.flac

33.55 MB

   12 Dead Flowers.flac

35.81 MB

   13 Copperhead Road.flac

20.09 MB

   14 I Ain't Ever Satisfied.flac

27.06 MB

   15 Guitar Town.flac

17.39 MB

   16 When Will We Be Married.flac

26.26 MB

   17 Hard-Core Troubadour.flac

19.97 MB

   18 White Freight Liner Blues.flac

21.86 MB

   19 Ellis Unit One.flac

24.79 MB

  Disc 3

   01 Copperhead Road.flac

19.13 MB

   02 Sorry Dwayne.flac

18.21 MB

   03 You Know The Rest.flac

16.52 MB

   04 Valentine's Day.flac

19.51 MB

   05 Christmas In Washington.flac

32.45 MB

   06 This Land Is Your Land.flac

30.17 MB

   07 Copperhead Road.flac

24.08 MB

   08 I Ain't Ever Satisfied.flac

26.25 MB

   09 Sin City.flac

30.02 MB

   10 My Uncle.flac

21.74 MB

   11 Copperhead Road.flac

29.79 MB

   12 The Galway Girl.flac

27.13 MB

   13 Steve's Last Ramble.flac

29.46 MB

   14 I Feel Alright.flac

25.70 MB

   15 Copperhead Road.flac

38.47 MB

   16 Until The Day I Die.flac

22.07 MB

   17 Sara's Angel.flac

19.81 MB

   18 Goodbye.flac

34.62 MB

 Steve Earle - More Magnetised Motherfuckers 2007

  01 Light In The Window.flac

22.77 MB

  02 Love Is Never Equal.flac

25.80 MB

  03 Losers Weep.flac

26.53 MB

  04 Concrete And Barbed Wire.flac

19.03 MB

  05 I'll Keep It With Mine.flac

26.93 MB

  06 Open Your Window.flac

24.99 MB

  07 Neverland.flac

36.10 MB

  08 Candy Man.flac

14.51 MB

  09 Two Girls.flac

27.19 MB

  11 Mercenary Song.flac

13.90 MB

  12 Ft. Worth Blues.flac

29.16 MB

  13 Ellis Unit One.flac

29.19 MB

  14 Goodbye.flac

23.60 MB

  15 Hometown Blues.flac

15.54 MB

  16 Raleigh & Spencer.flac

20.75 MB

  17 Christmas In Washington.flac

34.57 MB

  18 Halo 'Round The Moon.flac

10.48 MB

  19 South Nashville Blues.flac

14.67 MB

 Steve Earle - Sidetracks 2002

  Pictures

   sidetracks back inner.jpg

61.83 KB

   sidetracks back.jpg

70.35 KB

   sidetracks disc.jpg

39.61 KB

   sidetracks front.jpg

118.29 KB

  Sidetracks

   01 Some Dreams.flac

21.75 MB

   02 Open Your Window.flac

24.17 MB

   03 Me and the Eagle.flac

29.11 MB

   04 Johnny Too Bad.flac

28.49 MB

   05 Dominick St.flac

21.53 MB

   06 Breed.flac

21.20 MB

   07 Time Has Come Today.flac

30.33 MB

   08 Ellis Unit One.flac

26.05 MB

   09 Creepy Jackalope Eye.flac

21.58 MB

   10 Willin'.flac

24.64 MB

   11 Sara's Angel.flac

19.03 MB

   12 My Uncle.flac

21.81 MB

   13 My Back Pages.flac

24.88 MB

 Steve Earle - The Revolution Starts Now 2004

  Pictures

   the rev. starts now back disc.jpg

378.21 KB

   the rev. starts now back.jpg

1.42 MB

   the rev. starts now booklet inner.jpg

1.15 MB

   the rev. starts now front booklet.jpg

2.35 MB

  The Revolution Starts...Now

   01 The Revolution Starts.flac

23.11 MB

   03 Rich Man's War.flac

24.03 MB

   04 Warrior.flac

28.37 MB

   05 The Gringo's Tale.flac

31.99 MB

   06 Condi, Condi.flac

21.47 MB

   07 F the CC.flac

24.33 MB

   08 Comin' Around.flac

25.24 MB

   09 I Thought You Should Know.flac

25.67 MB

   10 The Seeker.flac

24.56 MB

   11 The Revolution Starts Now.flac

32.00 MB

 Steve Earle - Together at The Bluebird Cafe 2001

  Pictures

   earle,van zandt and clark booklet front inner.jpg

2.55 MB

   earle,van zandt and clark booklet front.jpg

2.56 MB

   earle,van zandt and clark disc.jpg

213.17 KB

   earle,van zandt and clark front.jpg

1.75 MB

  Steve Earle-Townes Van Zandt-Guy Clark

   01 Baby Took a Limo to Memphis.flac

17.80 MB

   02 My Old Friend the Blues.flac

14.61 MB

   03 [Introduction to Katie Belle].flac

8.10 MB

   04 Katie Belle.flac

15.61 MB

   05 The Cape.flac

17.61 MB

   06 [Introduction to Valentine's Day].flac

4.83 MB

   07 Valentine's Day.flac

13.70 MB

   08 Ain't Leavin' Your Love.flac

16.94 MB

   09 Randall Knife.flac

22.17 MB

   10 Tom Ames' Prayer.flac

18.56 MB

   11 The Interfaith Dental Clinic.flac

21.40 MB

   12 A Song For.flac

16.88 MB

   13 Dublin Blues.flac

21.10 MB

   14 I Ain't Ever Satisfied.flac

22.88 MB

   15 Pancho and Lefty.flac

25.34 MB

   16 Immigrant Eyes.flac

19.04 MB

   17 Sirocco's Pizza.flac

7.67 MB

   18 Mercenary Song.flac

15.30 MB

   19 Tecumseh Valley.flac

20.82 MB

   20 Copperhead Road.flac

20.81 MB

 Steve Earle - Townes 2009

  01. Steve Earle - Pancho and Lefty.flac

22.28 MB

  02. Steve Earle - White Freightliner Blues.flac

19.49 MB

  03. Steve Earle - Colorado Girl.flac

18.32 MB

  04. Steve Earle - Where I Lead Me.flac

21.97 MB

  05. Steve Earle - Lungs.flac

13.90 MB

  06. Steve Earle - No Place To Fall.flac

16.01 MB

  07. Steve Earle - Loretta.flac

20.65 MB

  08. Steve Earle - Brand New Companion.flac

26.64 MB

  09. Steve Earle - Rake.flac

19.53 MB

  10. Steve Earle - Delta Momma Blues.flac

28.26 MB

  11. Steve Earle - Marie.flac

26.18 MB

  12. Steve Earle - Don't Take It Too Bad.flac

15.69 MB

  13. Steve Earle - Mr. Mudd and Mr. Gold.flac

13.90 MB

  14. Steve Earle - (Quicksilver Daydreams of) Maria.flac

18.66 MB

  15. Steve Earle - STEVE EARLE , TO LIVE IS TO FLY.flac

19.11 MB

  Steve Earle - Townes.log

6.41 KB

  Steve Earle - Townes.m3u

1.27 KB

  Townes.cue

2.71 KB

 Steve Earle - Train a Comin' 1995

  01. Steve Earle - Mystery Train Part II.flac

16.48 MB

  02. Steve Earle - Hometown Blues.flac

15.74 MB

  03. Steve Earle - Sometimes She Forgets.flac

18.39 MB

  04. Steve Earle - Mercenary Song.flac

15.30 MB

  05. Steve Earle - Goodbye.flac

25.29 MB

  06. Steve Earle - Tom Ames' Prayer.flac

18.65 MB

  07. Steve Earle - Nothin' Without You.flac

16.44 MB

  08. Steve Earle - Angle is the Devil.flac

13.51 MB

  09. Steve Earle - I'm Looking Through You.flac

15.60 MB

  10. Steve Earle - Northern Winds.flac

8.70 MB

  11. Steve Earle - Ben McCulloch.flac

24.95 MB

  12. Steve Earle - Rivers of Babylon.flac

18.54 MB

  13. Steve Earle - Tecumseh Valley.flac

22.08 MB

  Steve Earle - Train a Comin'.log

5.92 KB

  Steve Earle - Train a Comin'.m3u

1.10 KB

  Train a Comin'.cue

2.46 KB

 Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues 2000

  01. Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues.flac

29.63 MB

  02. Steve Earle - Everyone's In Love With You.flac

25.81 MB

  03. Steve Earle - Another Town.flac

17.84 MB

  04. Steve Earle - I Can Wait.flac

24.52 MB

  05. Steve Earle - The Boy Who Never Cried.flac

24.29 MB

  06. Steve Earle - Steve's Last Ramble.flac

27.47 MB

  07. Steve Earle - The Galway Girl.flac

21.90 MB

  08. Steve Earle - Lonelier Than This.flac

18.86 MB

  09. Steve Earle - Wherever I Go.flac

14.20 MB

  10. Steve Earle - When I Fall.flac

33.80 MB

  11. Steve Earle - Don't Want To Lose You.flac

24.16 MB

  12. Steve Earle - Halo 'Round The Moon.flac

13.84 MB

  13. Steve Earle - Until The Day I Die.flac

21.42 MB

  14. Steve Earle - All Of My Life.flac

24.57 MB

  15. Steve Earle - Over Yonder (Jonathan's Song).flac

21.87 MB

  Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues.log

7.47 KB

  Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues.m3u

1.32 KB

  Transcendental Blues.cue

2.97 KB

 Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade 2007

  01. Steve Earle - Tennessee Blues.flac

15.77 MB

  02. Steve Earle - Down Here Below.flac

26.97 MB

  03. Steve Earle - Satellite Radio.flac

27.00 MB

  04. Steve Earle - City Of Immigrants (with Forro In The Dark).flac

28.27 MB

  05. Steve Earle - Sparkle And Shine.flac

18.52 MB

  06. Steve Earle - Come Home To Me.flac

22.21 MB

  07. Steve Earle - Jericho Road.flac

21.73 MB

  08. Steve Earle - Oxycontin Blues.flac

19.69 MB

  09. Steve Earle - Red Is The Color.flac

24.13 MB

  10. Steve Earle - Steve's Hammer (For Pete).flac

23.05 MB

  11. Steve Earle - Day's Aren't Long Enough (with Allison Moorer).flac

20.21 MB

  12. Steve Earle - Way Down In The Hole.flac

15.13 MB

  Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade.log

5.86 KB

  Steve Earle - Washington Square Serenade.m3u

1.13 KB

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2.57 KB

 Steve Earle and The Dukes - Shut up and Die like an Aviator 1991

  01. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Intro.flac

2.92 MB

  02. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough).flac

29.42 MB

  03. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Devil's Right Hand.flac

21.35 MB

  04. Steve Earle & The Dukes - I Ain't Ever Satisfied.flac

27.92 MB

  05. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Someday.flac

25.46 MB

  06. Steve Earle & The Dukes - West Nashville Boogie.flac

49.55 MB

  07. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Snake Oil.flac

20.83 MB

  08. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Blue Yodel #9.flac

7.89 MB

  09. Steve Earle & The Dukes - The Other Kind.flac

38.03 MB

  10. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Billy Austin.flac

35.23 MB

  11. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Copperhead Road.flac

30.09 MB

  12. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Fearless Heart.flac

31.10 MB

  13. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Guitar Town.flac

22.98 MB

  14. Steve Earle & The Dukes - I Love You Too Much.flac

37.24 MB

  15. Steve Earle & The Dukes - She's About A Mover.flac

27.53 MB

  16. Steve Earle & The Dukes - The Rain Came Down.flac

33.02 MB

  17. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Dead Flowers.flac

51.83 MB

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 Steve Earle and The Dukes - The Hard Way 1990

  01. Steve Earle & The Dukes - The Other Kind.flac

33.55 MB

  02. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Promise You Anything.flac

18.39 MB

  03. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Esmerelda's Hollywood.flac

36.66 MB

  04. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Hopeless Romantics.flac

17.86 MB

  05. Steve Earle & The Dukes - This Highway's Mine (Roadmaster).flac

24.85 MB

  06. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Billy Austin.flac

27.78 MB

  07. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Justice In Ontario.flac

31.17 MB

  08. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Have Mercy.flac

25.11 MB

  09. Steve Earle & The Dukes - When The People Find Out.flac

27.51 MB

  10. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Country Girl.flac

28.51 MB

  11. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Regular Guy.flac

22.65 MB

  12. Steve Earle & The Dukes - West Nashville Boogie.flac

19.24 MB

  13. Steve Earle & The Dukes - Close Your Eyes.flac

28.60 MB

  Steve Earle & The Dukes - The Hard Way.log

6.12 KB

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2.53 KB

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Torrent description

File Type: FLAC Compression 6
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EAC Log: Yes (for my rips)
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File Size: 7.89 GB
Label: E2 Records, Warner, New West


Albums, Years & Catalog # in this Torrent:


Studio Albums:


Guitar Town 1986 MCBBD-31305
Exit 0 1987 *
Copperhead Road 1988 *
The Hard Way 1990 MCSD-6430
Train a Comin’ 1995 9 46355-2
I Feel Alright 1996 9 46201-2
El Corazon 1997 W2 46789
The Mountain 1999 *
Transcendental Blues 2000
Jerusalem 2002 51147
The Revolution Starts Now 2004 *
Washington Square Serenade 2007 NW6128
Townes 2009 NW6164


Compilations & Live


Essential Steve Earle 1993 CMCASD 10749
Live at the Station Inn 1999 *
Side Tracks 2002 *
Shut Up and Die Like an Aviator 1991 MCBBD-10315
Together at the Bluebird Caf? 2001 *
Just an American Boy 2003 *
Magnetised Motherfuckers 2007
More Magnetised Motherfuckers 2007




*A big Thanks goes out to Demonoid member jrider01 for his rip of Exit 0, dianaross for Live at The Station Inn and especially Drumsy for his rips of Copperhead Road, Sidetracks, The Revolution Starts Now, The Mountain, Together at the Bluebird Cafe and Just an American Boy. Thank You Drumsy!


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From Wiki:


Stephen 'Steve' Fain Earle (pronounced /??rl/) (born January 17, 1955) is an American singer-songwriter known for his rock and country music as well as his political views. He is also a published writer, a political activist and has written and directed a play. When he first came to prominence in 1986, he was viewed as a savior of country music (along with the likes of Randy Travis and Dwight Yoakam) and hailed by some as the "new Bruce Springsteen"[citation needed]. In the later part of his career, after troubles with the law, drug addiction and his uncompromising viewpoints, he has become known as "the hardcore troubadour".


In 1975, Earle moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he met and worked with Guy Clark and his wife Susanna. Clark was active in Earle being employed as a songwriter by the Sunbury Dunbar publishing division of RCA. Earle did backing vocals on "Desperados Waiting for a Train" (together with Emmylou Harris) on Clark's first album Old No. 1.

Despite his early success as a songwriter, it was not until 1981 that Earle achieved a top-ten cut with "When You Fall in Love", which was recorded by Johnny Lee.

Earle's early work as a recorded performer was in the rockabilly style, and can be heard on the Early Years album. He had to wait until 1986, though, before his first proper album, Guitar Town, was released. It was a critical success and was eventually certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. The follow-up albums Exit 0 and the certified-gold Copperhead Road built on this success.

Earle had been a drug user since an early age and was addicted to heroin for many years. By the time of his 1990 album The Hard Way, it started to become clear that the drugs were seriously affecting him. In 1993, his drug problems resulted in him effectively stopping performing and recording for two years, a period he refers to as his "vacation in the ghetto". He eventually ended up in jail on drug and firearms charges. Kicking the drug habit while in jail, Earle came out a new man and released two albums within 18 months of his release in late 1994. His comeback album, the bluegrass Train A Comin', was nominated for the Best Contemporary Folk Album Grammy Award in 1996.

Earle's "second, post-jail musical career" has been noticeably more musically diverse than his early work. Since setting up his own record label, he has been able to follow his own artistic direction, rather than being constrained by the Nashville country pop-rock sound. This has led to experimentation with a range of styles from country and bluegrass music to folk and hard rock music. He has maintained a strict work ethic. Several albums have been released since, as well as a book of haiku and a collection of short stories called Doghouse Roses. He also wrote and directed a play about the death penalty. Earle also tours often, playing over 200 shows per year. His concerts tend to be either solo acoustic shows or ensemble affairs with one of his two backing bands, the Dukes or the Bluegrass Dukes.

Earle is the subject of a documentary film entitled Just an American Boy, directed by Amos Poe, which explores his political views as well as his music. In 2005, he caused consternation among his fans by allowing the song "The Revolution Starts Now" to be used by General Motors in a TV advertisement for pick-up trucks.[1]

Earle is also the subject of the biography, Steve Earle: Fearless Heart, Outlaw Poet, by the noted New York-based music writer David McGee.

In September 2007, Earle released his twelfth studio album, Washington Square Serenade[2], on New West Records. Earle recorded the album after relocating to New York City, and it was his first attempt at using digital audio workstation ProTools, as opposed to traditional analog recording techniques.[3] The disc features wife Allison Moorer on "Days Aren't Long Enough".

In 2008, Earle produced Joan Baez's album Day After Tomorrow.[4] In the winter, he toured Europe and North America in support of Washington Square Serenade, performing half the set solo and the other half with a DJ.[3]

On May 12, 2009, Earle released a tribute album, Townes, on New West Records. The album contains 15 songs written by his late friend and musical mentor Townes Van Zandt. Guest artists appearing on the album include Tom Morello of Rage Against the Machine, Earle's wife Allison Moorer, and his son Justin Townes Earle.

Earle portrayed a recovered drug addict named Walon in several episodes of the HBO television series The Wire.[6] He appears first in season one where he addresses a 12-step-type meeting with an account of how he lost everything to addiction: "I pawned my bike, my pickup truck, a National Steel guitar, a stamp collection that my grandpa left me; lost a good wife, a bad girlfriend, and the respect of anyone who ever lent me money". His story affects Bubbles and appears to spur him towards recovery. After season one, Walon does not return until Bubbles hits rock-bottom hard in the season four finale. Picking up the thread, he then appears throughout season five as sponsor, as Bubbles attempts to overcome his heroin addiction and its consequences.

Earle's song "I Feel Alright" is used in a montage to close out season two. He also performs the opening theme of the fifth season, performing "Way Down in the Hole", a song written by Tom Waits.

Earle's radio show on Air America began in August 2004 and last aired on June 10, 2007, and that was a rebroadcast of a past episode.[7] Shortly thereafter, he started DJing on a show on Sirius Satellite Radio called Hardcore Troubadour on their Outlaw Country channel.

Since early in his career, Earle has been involved in a number of political causes. In his first public performances, Earle was unable to play in bars due to his age and took to playing in coffeehouses alongside anti-Vietnam War campaigners. These experiences had a strong effect on him, prompting his opposition to the war in Iraq.

Earle's mother took part in anti-death penalty vigils, a cause that has been taken up by Earle. He has worked to abolish the death penalty and has recorded several songs about this cause, including "Billy Austin", "Over Yonder (Jonathan's Song)" and "Ellis Unit One" for the 1995 film Dead Man Walking. Ellis Unit, located in Huntsville, Texas, previously housed the Texas male death row convicts, until it was moved to Polunsky Unit near Livingston, Texas. He is also a regular participant in the "Concerts for a Landmine Free World", benefiting the Vietnam Veterans of America Foundation.

In recent years his music has been increasingly political. His 2002 album, Jerusalem, was largely inspired by the U.S.-led War on Terrorism. This album featured "John Walker's Blues", which was about the captured American Taliban fighter John Walker Lindh. The song provoked widespread outrage; many accused Earle of sympathizing with terrorists since the song was written from Lindh's perspective. Earle responded that he was simply empathizing with Lindh and in no way set out to glorify terrorism. The controversy raised Earle's profile in the media, but did not seem to damage his record sales.[citation needed]

His 2004 album, The Revolution Starts Now, which features several songs relating to the war in Iraq, was deliberately released to coincide with the run-up to the 2004 U.S. presidential election, with the aim of encouraging votes for John Kerry[citation needed]. The song "The Revolution Starts Now" was used in the promotion of Michael Moore's anti-war documentary film Fahrenheit 9/11 and appears on the album Songs and Artists That Inspired Fahrenheit 9/11, the songs for which were selected by Moore. The song also opened Earle's weekly Sunday-night show on Air America Radio. He appears in the 2008 political documentary Slacker Uprising.






STUDIO ALBUMS





Guitar Town 1986


Guitar Town is the debut album of country singer Steve Earle, released in 1986. In 2003, the album was ranked number 489 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. In 2006, it ranked 27th on CMT's 40 Greatest Albums in Country Music.

Tracks:


1. "Guitar Town" – 2:33
2. "Goodbye's All We've Got Left" – 3:16
3. "Hillbilly Highway" (Earle, Jimbeau Hinson) – 3:36
4. "Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough)" (Richard Bennett, Earle) – 3:58
5. "My Old Friend the Blues" – 3:07
6. "Someday" – 3:46
7. "Think It Over" (Bennett, Earle) – 2:13
8. "Fearless Heart" – 4:04
9. "Little Rock & Roller" – 4:49
10. "Down the Road" (Tony Brown, Earle, Hinson) – 2:37






Exit 0 1987


Exit 0 is the second album of country singer Steve Earle, credited to Steve Earle & The Dukes, his backing band of the time. The album is stylistically similar to his debut album Guitar Town and contains some of his best liked songs such as 'I Ain't Ever Satisfied'.


Tracks:


1. "Nowhere Road" (Earle, Reno Kling) - 2:27
2. "Sweet Little '66" - 2:38
3. "No. 29" - 3:30
4. "Angry Young Man" (Earle, John Porter McMeans) - 4:24
5. "San Antonio Girl" - 3:06
6. "The Rain Came Down" (Earle, Michael Woody) - 4:11
7. "I Ain't Ever Satisfied" - 4:00
8. "The Week of Living Dangerously" - 4:26
9. "I Love You Too Much" - 3:37
10. "It's All up to You" (Earle, Harry Stinson) - 5:42





Copperhead Road 1988


Copperhead Road is an American country music/country rock album released in 1988 by Steve Earle. Often referred to as Earle's "rock record", Earle himself calls it the world's first blend of heavy metal and bluegrass, while in their January 26, 1989 review of the album Rolling Stone suggested the style be known as "power twang"


The title song "Copperhead Road" tells of a Vietnam War veteran, scion of a rural moonshine bootlegging clan, who returns home to Johnson County, Tennessee (Copperhead road is an actual road near Mountain City, TN). The song also inspired a popular line dance timed to the beat of the song.

The songs on side one of the album reflect Earle's politics: the title track attacks the War on Drugs, and the song "Snake Oil" compares then president Ronald Reagan to a traveling con man and draws attention to his "legacy of creative deceit"[1]. "Johnny Come Lately" (performed with The Pogues[1]) compares the experience of US servicemen fighting in World War II with those in the Vietnam War, and contrasts the differing receptions they received on returning home. "Back to the Wall" is about poverty.

Unlike some issues-oriented musicians, however, Earle does not limit himself to political material. The second side of the album consists of apolitical works: love songs ("Even When I'm Blue" for example) and a holiday offering ("Nothing but a Child", performed here with Maria McKee])

The song "Copperhead Road" contains subtle references to "The Ballad of Thunder Road", another song about moonshine running. The second verse talks about the sheriff informing the boy's mother of his dad's (implied) death while "headin' down to Knoxville with the weekly load" (in "Thunder Road", the bootlegger ran off Kingston Pike outside Bearden, a community in Knoxville).


In declaring Copperhead Road Rock Album of the Week on October 21, 1988, The New York Times described it as "...exactly half of a brilliant album, with five smart, ornery, memorable story-songs."[2]. With references to Bruce Springsteen, John Mellencamp and The Rolling Stones the paper applauded Earle for introducing country music's storytelling and three-chord structures to rockabilly and contemporary rock music. Side two, however, the Times dismissed as "strictly average" love songs and a "hokey" Christmas song.[2] Time Magazine, including it in the September 19, 1988 Critics' Choices, described it as a "rock- inflected, country-based album" that "takes long chances with big themes... and does them proud"[3].

It was a month into the new year before Rolling Stone finally published their review of Copperhead Road, but for Earle it must have been worth the wait. On January 26, 1989, Rob Tannenbaum wrote that the album "begins murderously and ends sentimentally... split into two song cycles", and described the album's first side as being "as powerful as any music made this year". Of side two he admits disappointment at conventional love songs, saying Earle "has already examined this terrain and done a better job of it." Nonetheless, a review that compares Earle to Randy Newman, Bruce Springsteen, and Waylon Jennings among others concludes with Rolling Stone's designating Earle an "important artist" and finding Copperhead Road worthy of four stars [1].

Airplay on rock radio stations drove the title track into Billboard Magazine's Album Rock Top Ten chart, and that in turn helped Copperhead Road on Billboard's Album Chart, where it peaked at number 56 and gave Earle his highest charting album to date.

Tracks:


1. "Copperhead Road" - 4:30
2. "Snake Oil" - 3:31
3. "Back to the Wall" - 5:29
4. "The Devil's Right Hand" - 3:04
5. "Johnny Come Lately" - 4:11
6. "Even When I'm Blue" - 4:14
7. "You Belong to Me" - 4:25
8. "Waiting on You" (Earle, Richard Bennett) - 5:10
9. "Once You Love" (Earle, Larry Crane) - 4:39
10. "Nothing but a Child" - 4:26






The Hard Way 1990


The Hard Way is a studio album by Steve Earle and The Dukes. The album was released in 1990.


Tracks:


1. "The Other Kind" - 5:09
2. "Promise You Anything" - 2:43 (Earle, Maria McKee and Patrick Suggs)
3. "Esmeralda's Hollywood" - 6:01 (Earle, Maria McKee)
4. "Hopeless Romantics" - 2:45
5. "This Highway's Mine (Roadmaster)" - 3:54
6. "Billy Austin" - 6:16
7. "Justice in Ontario" - 4:47
8. "Have Mercy" - 4:41
9. "When the People Find Out" - 4:10
10. "Country Girl" - 4:11
11. "Regular Guy" - 3:17
12. "West Nashville Boogie" - 3:09
13. "Close Your Eyes" - 4:44





Train a Comin’ 1995


Train a Comin' is an acoustic studio album by Steve Earle. The album, Earle's first in five years, was released in 1995. In addition to Earle, it features Peter Rowan, Norman Blake, Roy Huskey, and Emmylou Harris.


Tracks:


1. "Mystery Train, Pt. 2" - 2:31
2. "Hometown Blues" - 2:41
3. "Sometimes She Forgets" - 3:01
4. "Mercenary Song" - 2:39
5. "Goodbye" - 4:57
6. "Tom Ames' Prayer" - 3:02
7. "Nothin' Without You" - 3:02
8. "Angel Is the Devil" - 2:12
9. "I'm Looking Through You" - 2:28 (John Lennon and Paul McCartney)
10. "Northern Winds" - 1:40 (Norman Blake)
11. "Ben McCulloch" - 4:10
12. "Rivers of Babylon" - 3:30 (Brent Gayford Dowe, James Augustus McNaughton)
13. "Tecumseh Valley" - 4:28 (Townes Van Zandt)







I Feel Alright 1996



I Feel Alright is a studio album by Steve Earle. The album was released on March 5, 1996.


Tracks:


1. "Feel Alright" — 3:04
2. "Hard-Core Troubadour" — 2:41
3. "More Than I Can Do" — 2:37
4. "Hurtin' Me, Hurtin' You" — 3:21
5. "Now She's Gone" — 2:48
6. "Poor Boy" — 2:55
7. "Valentine's Day" — 2:59
8. "The Unrepentant" — 4:31
9. "CCKMP" — 4:30
10. "Billy and Bonnie" — 3:39
11. "South Nashville Blues" — 3:39
12. "You're Still Standin' There" — 3:24






El Corazon 1997


El Coraz?n is the seventh album by roots rock underground icon Steve Earle, released in 1997

Tracks:

1. "Christmas in Washington" – 4:58
2. "Taneytown" – 5:13
o With Emmylou Harris on background vocals.
3. "If You Fall" – 4:10
4. "I Still Carry You Around" – 2:45
o With the Del McCoury Band.
5. "Telephone Road" – 3:42
o With the Fairfield Four on background vocals.
6. "Somewhere Out There" – 3:46
7. "You Know the Rest" – 2:12
8. "N.Y.C." – 3:37
o With the Supersuckers.
9. "Poison Lovers" – 3:47
o Duet with Siobhan Kennedy.
10. "The Other Side of Town" – 4:17
11. "Here I Am" – 2:38
12. "Fort Worth Blues" – 4:02





The Mountain 1999


The Mountain is an album released by Steve Earle and the Del McCoury Band on February 23, 1999 (see 1999 in music). The songs were written by Earle with musical accompaniment provided by the famous bluegrass band of Del McCoury.

The album was a significant departure from Earle's previous work, being the first wholly bluegrass album he had written. Earle made the album as a tribute to the founder of bluegrass music, Bill Monroe, who had died in 1996.

The album was nominated for a 2000 Grammy Award in the "Best Bluegrass Album" category (Earle's seventh Grammy nomination). Two tracks from the album were released as singles in the UK: "Dixieland" (distributed to radio only) and "The Mountain" (a commercial release).

Tracks:

1. "Texas Eagle"
2. "Yours Forever Blue"
3. "Carrie Brown"
4. "I'm Still in Love With You"
5. "Graveyard Shift"
6. "Harlan Man"
7. "The Mountain"
8. "Outlaw's Honeymoon"
9. "Connemara Breakdown"
10. "Leroy's Dustbowl Blues"
11. "Dixieland"
12. "Paddy on the Beat"
13. "Long, Lonesome Highway Blues"
14. "Pilgrim"





Transcendental Blues 2000


Transcendental Blues is an album released in 2000 by Steve Earle. It features Sharon Shannon on the track "The Galway Girl".

Tracks:

"Trancendental Blues" – 4:13
"Everyone's in Love with You" – 3:30
"Another Town" – 2:22
"I Can Wait" – 3:16
"The Boy Who Never Cried" – 3:46
"Steve's Last Ramble" – 3:38
The Galway Girl – 3:05
"Lonelier Than This" – 3:11
"Wherever I Go" – 1:57
"When I Fall" – 4:34
"I Don't Want to Lose You Yet" – 3:22
"Halo 'Round the Moon" – 2:13
"Until the Day I Die" – 3:22
"All My Life" – 3:27
"Over Yonder (Jonathan's Song)" – 3:51






Jerusalem 2002


Jerusalem is a concept album by alternative country singer Steve Earle, released in 2002. It has a political theme, and contains song about a post September 11, 2001 attacks world. It was his tenth album.

Tracks:

1. "Ashes to Ashes" – 4:02
2. "Amerika V. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do)" – 4:19
3. "Conspiracy Theory" – 4:14
4. "John Walker's Blues" – 3:41
5. "The Kind" – 2:04
6. "What's A Simple Man To Do?" – 2:29
7. "The Truth" – 2:21
8. "Go Amanda" – 3:34 (Earle, Sheryl Crow)
9. "I Remember You" – 2:53
10. "Shadowland" – 2:52
11. "Jerusalem'" – 3:56




The Revolution Starts Now 2004

The Revolution Starts Now is an album by alternative country singer Steve Earle, released in 2004. Earle received the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Album for this album at the 47th Grammy Awards held February 13, 2005 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

Tracks:

1. "The Revolution Starts ..." – 3:10
2. "Home to Houston" – 2:41
3. "Rich Man's War" – 3:25
4. "Warrior" – 4:11
5. "The Gringo's Tale" – 4:33
6. "Condi, Condi" – 3:08
7. "F the CC" – 3:12
8. "Comin' Around" – 3:41
9. "I Thought You Should Know" – 3:46
10. "The Seeker" – 3:11
11. "The Revolution Starts Now" – 4:23




Washington Square Serenade 2007


Washington Square Serenade is an album by alternative country singer Steve Earle. The album features the singer's wife, Allison Moorer on the track "Days Aren't Long Enough," and the Brazilian group Forro in the Dark on the track "City of Immigrants." The track "Way Down in the Hole," by Tom Waits, was used as the opening theme song for the fifth and final season of the HBO series The Wire, on which Earle plays a recurring character named Waylon. The album was released on September 25, 2007, on New West Records. In February 2008 it won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album.

Tracks:

1. "Tennessee Blues" – 2:39
2. "Down Here Below" – 4:02
3. "Satellite Radio" – 4:09
4. "City of Immigrants" – 4:18
5. "Sparkle and Shine" – 3:12
6. "Come Home to Me" – 3:47
7. "Jericho Road" – 3:36
8. "Oxycontin Blues" – 2:54
9. "Red is the Color" – 4:19
10. "Steve's Hammer (for Pete)" – 3:15
11. "Days Aren't Long Enough" (Earle/Allison Moorer) – 3:01
12. "Way Down in the Hole" (Tom Waits) – 2:55





Townes 2009


Townes is a 2009 Steve Earle album on which he pays tribute to his friend and mentor, the late singer-songwriter Townes Van Zandt by covering his songs.[1] According to a New West Records press release, "The songs selected for Townes were the ones that meant the most to Earle and the ones he personally connected to (not including selections featured on previous Earle albums). Some of the selections chosen were songs that Earle has played his entire career ('Pancho & Lefty', 'Lungs', 'White Freightliner Blues') and others he had to learn specifically for recording.[2]

Notable guest appearances on the album are to include Tom Morello (of Rage Against the Machine/Audioslave/Street Sweeper Social Club) playing electric guitar on "Lungs", and Earle's wife Allison Moorer singing backing vocals on "Loretta" and "To Live is to Fly". Earle and his son, Justin Townes Earle trade verses on "Mr. Mudd & Mr. Gold".

Tracks:

1. "Pancho & Lefty"
2. "White Freightliner Blues"
3. "Colorado Girl"
4. "Where I Lead Me"
5. "Lungs"
6. "No Place To Fall"
7. "Loretta"
8. "Brand New Companion"
9. "Rake"
10. "Delta Momma Blues"
11. "Marie"
12. "Don't Take It Too Bad"
13. "Mr. Mudd & Mr. Gold"
14. "(Quicksilver Daydreams Of) Maria"
15. "To Live Is To Fly"





COMPILATIONS





Essential 1993


Essential Steve Earle is a compilation album by Steve Earle. The album was released in 1993.

Tracks:

1. "Guitar Town" - 2:33
2. "Hillbilly Highway" - 3:36 (Steve Earle and Jimbeau Hinson)
3. "The Devil's Right Hand" - 2:59
4. "Goodbye's All We've Got Left" - 3:16
5. "Six Days on the Road" - 3:05 (Earl Green and Carl Montgomery)
6. "Someday" - 3:46
7. "Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough)" - 3:58 (Richard Bennett and Steve Earle)
8. "Copperhead Road" - 4:28
9. "The Rain Came Down" - 4:11 (Steve Earle and Michael Woody)
10. "I Ain't Ever Satisfied" - 4:00
11. "Nowhere Road" - 2:47 (Steve Earle and Reno Kling)
12. "The Week of Living Dangerously" - 4:26
13. "Continental Trailways Blues" - 3:08





Side Tracks 2002


Side Tracks is a compilation album by Steve Earle. The album was released on 2002.

Tracks:

1. "Some Dreams" - 3:04
2. "Open Your Window" - 3:51
3. "Me and the Eagle" - 4:55
4. "Johnny Too Bad" - 4:09 (Winston Bailey/Roy Beckford/Derrick Leapold Crooks/Delroy George Wilson)
5. "Dominick St." - 3:10 (Steve Earle/Sharon Shannon)
6. "Breed" - 2:44 (Kurt Cobain)
7. "Time Has Come Today" - 4:16 (Joseph Chambers/Willie Chambers)
8. "Ellis Unit One" - 4:40
9. "Creepy Jackalope Eye" - 3:05 (Ed Daly/Dan Bolton/Dan Siegal/Ron Heathman)
10. "Willin'" - 4:04 (Lowell George)
11. "Sara's Angel" - 3:02
12. "My Uncle" - 3:29 (Chris Hillman/Gram Parsons)
13. "My Back Pages" - 4:08 (Bob Dylan)





Magnetised Motherfuckers 2007


A collection of live songs, songs he cut for soundtracks or tributes, songs he guested on other peoples albums, songs from radio promos, Duets, Singles, etc...

Disc 1

1. Continental Trailways Blues (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (Planes, Trains And Automobiles Soundtrack, 1987)
2. Six Days On The Road (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (Planes, Trains And Automobiles Soundtrack, 1987)
3. Honey Don't (Steve Earle & Joe Walsh) (Beverly Hillbillies Soundtrack, 1993)
4. What's Your Name (Steve Earle) (Skynyrd Frynds, 1994)
5. Johnny Too Bad (Steve Earle & The V-Roys) (Steve Earle & The V-Roys: Johnny Too Bad CD Single, 1996)
6. Ellis Unit One (Steve Earle & The Fairfield Four) (Steve Earle & The V-Roys: Johnny Too Bad CD Single, 1996)
7. Johnny Too Bad (Steve Earle & The V-Roys; Jamaican Hillbilly Mix) (Steve Earle & The V-Roys: Johnny Too Bad CD Single, 1996 )
8. Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Steve Earle & Marty Stuart) (Notfadeaway: Remembering Buddy Holly, 1996)
9. Creepy Jackalope Eye (Steve Earle & The Supersuckers) (Steve Earle & The Supersuckers: Sub Pop EP, 1997)
10. Angel Is The Devil (The Supersuckers & Steve Earle) From Steve Earle & The Supersuckers: Sub Pop EP, 1997)
11. Before They Make Me Run (Steve Earle & The Supersuckers) (Steve Earle & The Supersuckers: Sub Pop EP, 1997)
12. In The Jailhouse Now (Steve Earle & The V-Roys) (The Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute, 1997)
13. Hot Enough For Ya (Steve Earle & Lee Rocker, Scotty Moore, D. J. Fontana) (All The King's Men, 1997)
14. Poison Love (Buddy Miller & Steve Earle) (Buddy Miller: Poison Love, 1997)
15. I Call On You (Julie Miller & Steve Earle) (Julie Miller: Blue Pony, 1997)
16. Dallas (Jack Ingram & Steve Earle) (Jack Ingram: Livin' Or Dyin', 1997)
17. Don't Take Your Guns To Town (Jerry Douglas & Steve Earle) (Jerry Douglas: Restless On The Farm, 1998)
18. Desperados Waiting For A Train (Nanci Griffith, Guy Clark, Steve Earle et al) (Nanci Griffith: Other Voices Too (A Trip Back To Bountiful), 1998)
19. Dirty Old Town (Bap Kennedy & Steve Earle) (Bap Kennedy: Domestic Blues, 1998)
20. Me And The Eagle (Steve Earle) (The Horse Whisperer: Songs From And Inspired By The Motion Picture, 1998)


Disc 2

1. Sunday Morning Coming Down (Kris Kristofferson & Steve Earle) (Kris Kristofferson: The Austin Sessions, 1999)
2. Love Match (Buddy Miller & Steve Earle) (Buddy Miller: Cruel Moon, 1999)
3. High Fashion Queen (Chris Hillman & Steve Earle) (Return Of The Grievous Angel: A Tribute To Gram Parsons, 1999)
4. Breed (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (Transcendental Blues (Japan), 2000)
5. Time Has Come Today (Steve Earle & Sheryl Crow) (Steal This Movie Soundtrack, 2000)
6. The Galway Girl (Sharon Shannon & Steve Earle) (Sharon Shannon: The Galway Girl CD Single, 2000)
7. Our Lady Of The Highways (John Wesley Harding & Steve Earle) (John Wesley Harding: The Confessions Of St. Ace 2000)
8. The Truth (Steve Earle) (Free The West Memphis Three, 2000)
9. Nebraska (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (Johnny Come Lately CD Single, 1988)
10. Little Sister (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (Copperhead Road CD Single, 1988)
11. State Trooper (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Chicago, IL, 15-Aug-1986 (Back To The Wall CD Single, 1989)
12. Dead Flowers (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Calgary, Canada, 14-Apr-1989 (The Other Kind UK CD Single, 1990)
13. Copperhead Road (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Calgary, Canada, 14-Apr-1989 (Steve Earle & Energy Orchard HMV Promo, 1990)
14. I Ain't Ever Satisfied (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Calgary, Canada, 14-Apr-1989 (Steve Earle & Energy Orchard HMV Promo, 1990)
15. Guitar Town (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Calgary, Canada, 14-Apr-1989 (The Other Kind UK CD Single, 1990)
16. When Will We Be Married? (Steve Earle & The Dukes) London, England, 29-Nov-1988 (BBC Radio 1 Live In Concert, 1992)
17. Hard-Core Troubadour (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Henning, TN, 26-Jun-1996 (Hard-Core Troubadour US Promo CD, 1996)
18. White Freight Liner Blues (Steve Earle) (Rig Rock Deluxe: A Musical Salute To The American Truck Driver, 1996)
19. Ellis Unit One (Steve Earle) Boulder, CO, 22-Sep-1996 (E-Town Live, 1997)


Disc 3

1. Copperhead Road (Steve Earle & Peter Rowan, Roy Huskey Jr., Norman Blake) (American Songbook, 1997)
2. Sorry Dwayne (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (More Than I Can Do CD Single (Australia), 1996)
3. You Know The Rest (Steve Earle) Nashville, TN, 1-Oct-1997 (The Fairfield Four & Friends: Live From Mountain Stage, 2000)
4. Valentine's Day (Steve Earle & The Fairfield Four) Nashville, TN, 1-Oct-1997 (The Fairfield Four & Friends: Live From Mountain Stage, 2000)
5. Christmas In Washington (Steve Earle) Nashville, TN, 14-Jul-1999 (Freedom Sings: First Amendment Center, 2000)
6. This Land Is Your Land (Steve Earle et al) Nashville, TN, 14-Jul-1999 (Freedom Sings: First Amendment Center, 2000)
7. Copperhead Road (Steve Earle & The Del Mccoury Band) Hamburg, Germany, 13-May-1999(The Mountain CD Single, 1999)
8. I Ain't Ever Satisfied (Steve Earle) Hamburg, Germany, 13-May-1999 (The Mountain CD Single, 1999)
9. Sin City (Steve Earle & The Bluegrass Dukes) Fargo, ND, 20-Aug-1999 (Transcendental Blues US Bonus CD, 2000)
10. My Uncle (Steve Earle & The Bluegrass Dukes) Fargo, ND, 20-Aug-1999 (Transcendental Blues US Bonus CD, 2000)
11. Copperhead Road (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Bristow, VA, 12-Sep-1999 (Farm Aid: Volume 1 Live, 2000)
12. The Galway Girl (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Austin, TX, 16-Mar-2000 (Transcendental Blues UK Bonus CD, 2000)
13. Steve's Last Ramble (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Austin, TX, 16-Mar-2000 (Transcendental Blues UK Bonus CD, 2000)
14. I Feel Alright (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Austin, TX, 16-Mar-2000 (Transcendental Blues UK Bonus CD, 2000)
15. Copperhead Road (Steve Earle & The Dukes) Austin, TX, 16-Mar-2000 (Transcendental Blues UK Bonus CD, 2000)
16. Until The Day I Die (Steve Earle & The Del Mccoury Band) Glasgow, Scotland, 16-Mar-1999
17. Sara's Angel (Steve Earle & The Bluegrass Dukes) Seattle, WA, 29-Aug-1999
18. Goodbye (Steve Earle & Emmylou Harris, Sharon Shannon) Washington, D.C., 13-May-2000




More Magnetised Motherfuckers 2007


Tracks:

1. Light In The Window (Greg Trooper) (Greg Trooper: Noises In The Hallway, 1996)
2. Love Is Never Equal (Jill Sobule) (Jill Sobule: Happy Town, 1997)
3. Losers Weep (Stacey Earle) (Stacey Earle: Simple Gearle, 1998)
4. Concrete And Barbed Wire (Lucinda Williams) (Lucinda Williams: Car Wheels On A Gravel Road, 1998)
5. I'll Keep It With Mine (Greg Trooper) (Greg Trooper: Popular Demons, 1998)
6. Open Your Window (Steve Earle) (Pay It Forward Soundtrack, 2000)
7. Neverland (Cindy Bullens) (Cindy Bullens: Neverland, 2001)
8. Candy Man (Steve & Justin Earle) (Avalon Blues: A Tribute To The Music Of Mississippi John Hurt, 2001)
9. Two Girls (Steve Earle & The Dukes) (Poet: A Tribute To Townes Van Zandt, 2001)
10. Walking Down Death Row (Steve Earle) (If I Had A Song... The Songs Of Pete Seeger Vol. 2, 2001)
11. Mercenary Song (Steve Earle, Guy Clark & Townes Van Zandt) Nashville, TN, 13-Sep-1995 (Together At The Bluebird Caf?, 2001)
12. Ft. Worth Blues (Steve Earle) Cambridge, England, 26-Jul-1997
13. Ellis Unit One (Steve Earle) (KGSR Broadcasts Vol. 6, 1998)
14. Goodbye (Steve Earle) (E-Town Show #9828, feed date 10-Jul-1998)
15. Hometown Blues (Steve Earle) (E-Town Show #9828, feed date 10-Jul-1998)
16. Raleigh And Spencer (Tim O'Brien, Steve Earle & Friends) Nashville, TN, 7-Jul-1999
17. Christmas In Washington (Steve Earle) Santa Rosa, CA, 2-Dec-1999 (Concerts For A Landmine Free World, 2001)
18. Halo 'Round The Moon (Steve Earle) (KGSR Broadcasts Vol. 8, 2000)
19. South Nashville Blues (Steve Earle) (KGSR Broadcasts Vol. 9, 2001)




LIVE




Shut Up and Die like an Aviator 1991


Shut Up and Die Like an Aviator is a live album by Steve Earle & the Dukes. The album was released in 1991 and recorded live in Ontario, Canada, in October 1990.

Tracks:

1. "Intro" - 0:53
2. "Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough)" - 4:23 (Earle, Richard Bennett)
3. "Devil's Right Hand" - 3:06
4. "I Ain't Ever Satisfied" - 4:07
5. "Someday" - 3:54
6. "West Nashville Boogie" - 7:25
7. "Snake Oil" - 3:02
8. "Standin' on the Corner [Blue Yodel No. 9]" - 1:36 (Jimmie Rodgers)
9. "The Other Kind" - 5:35
10. "Billy Austin" - 7:08
11. "Copperhead Road" - 4:34
12. "Fearless Heart" - 4:36
13. "Guitar Town" - 3:36
14. "I Love You Too Much" - 5:37
15. "She's About a Mover" - 4:14 (Doug Sahm)
16. "The Rain Came Down" - 4:50 (Earle, Michael Woody)
17. "Dead Flowers" - 8:15 (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards)





Live at The Station Inn 1999


Tracks:

Disc 1

1.My Uncle
2. Texas Eagle
3. Willin'
4. Yours Forever Blue
5. My Old Friend The Blues
6. Graveyard Shift
7. Outlaw's Honeymoon
8. Dixieland
9. Harlan Man
10. The Mountain
11. Connemara Breakdown
12. I Still Carry You Around
13. Band Intros
14. Raleigh And Spencer

Disc 2

1. Mystery Train Part II
2. Sara's Angel
3. Leroy's Dustbowl Blues
4. Hometown Blues
5. Long, Lonesome Highway Blues
6. I'm Looking Through You
7. Lonesome Road
8. Ben McCulloch
9. Tom Ames' Prayer
10. Carrie Brown
11. Copperhead Road
12. Sin City
13. Until The Day I Die
14. Down The Road




Together at the Bluebird Cafe 2001


Together at the Bluebird Caf? is a live recording of an "in-the-round" concert by three critically acclaimed Texas-born singer-songwriters, Steve Earle, Townes Van Zandt, and Guy Clark. Each of the three songwriters alternate between solo performances. The album is unique for the camaraderie between the three artists whose personal lives and musical careers are very much intertwined.

The event was organized by Susanna Clark (Guy Clark's wife) as a benefit for the Interfaith Dental Clinic, an organization that works to "restore, protect, and improve the oral health of uninsured, low-income, working people and their children in the greater Nashville area."[11] In the liner notes Clark indicates, "When I asked Guy, Townes, and Steve to help me raise money for the Interfaith Dental Clinic, I had no idea what a stir it would cause."[12] The clinic is mentioned the program by Townes Van Zandt who apparently had been a recipient of their services. Van Zandt tells a story of an incident in which he lost a gold tooth while shooting dice.

The recording took place on September 3, 1995 at Nashville's nationally renown venue for songwriters, The Bluebird Caf?. Owner and manager, Amy Kurland, described the show as "one of the best" in 19 years.[12][13]

The concert took place just 15 months before Townes Van Zandt's death. As was true 22 years earlier in his Live at the Old Quarter, Van Zandt's humor, wedged between some very sad songs is a prominent feature. The stripped down versions of Earle's songs are also unique. Earle's own live performances and albums rarely offer the listener so many chances to hear his music without the backing of a full band. Guy Clark spends the least time talking between songs, allowing his songs to tell their own stories. Occasionally the artists interact, like when Clark joins Earle on the "Mercenary Song".

A female vocalist not credited in the liner notes, but apparently Emmylou Harris adds a harmony vocal to Guy Clark's "Immigrant Eyes" and on Steve Earle's "Copperhead Road".[2] Earle names Mark Stuart as the additional guitarist on "Copperhead Road".

Tracks:

1. "Baby Took a Limo to Memphis" (Guy Clark) – 3:31
2. "My Old Friend the Blues" (Steve Earle) – 3:03
3. Townes: Introduction to "Katie Belle" – 1:44
4. "Katie Belle" (Townes Van Zandt) – 3:13
5. "The Cape" (Guy Clark,Susanna Clark, Jim Jonosky) – 3:29
6. Steve: Introduction to "Valentine's Day" – 1:03
7. "Valentine's Day" (Earle) – 3:10
8. "Ain't Leavin' Your Love" (Van Zandt) – 2:55
9. "Randall Knife" (Clark) – 4:46 (a reference to Randall Made Knives)
10. "Tom Ames' Prayer" (Earle) – 3:22
11. Townes: The Interfaith Dental Clinic – 4:29
12. "A Song For" (Van Zandt) – 3:29
13. "Dublin Blues" (Clark) – 4:29
14. "I Ain't Ever Satisfied" (Earle) – 4:00
15. "Pancho and Lefty" (Van Zandt) – 5:22
16. "Immigrant Eyes" (Clark, Roger Murrah) – 4:08
17. Steve: Sirocco's Pizza – 1:42
18. "Mercenary Song" (Earle) – 3:02
19. "Tecumseh Valley" (Van Zandt) – 4:36
20. "Copperhead Road" (Earle) – 3:20





Just an American Boy 2003


Just An American Boy is a live album by Steve Earle. The album was released in 2003.

Tracks:

CD 1

1. "Audience Intro" - 0:28
2. "Amerika V. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do)" - 4:37
3. "Ashes to Ashes" - 4:08
4. "Paranoia [Monologue]" - 1:28
5. "Conspiracy Theory" - 4:23
6. "I Remember You" - 3:10
7. "Schertz, Texas [Monologue]" - 2:51
8. "Hometown Blues" - 3:52
9. "The Mountain" - 5:38
10. "Pennsylvania Miners [Monologue]" - 1:08
11. "Harlan Man" - 3:29
12. "Copperhead Road" - 6:28
13. "Guitar Town" - 2:42
14. "I Oppose the Death Penalty [Monologue]" - 0:46
15. "Over Yonder (Jonathan's Song)" - 4:19
16. "Billy Austin" - 6:54

CD 2

1. "Audience Intro" - 0:24
2. "South Nashville Blues" - 3:00
3. "Rex's Blues/Ft. Worth Blues" - 6:56 (Townes Van Zandt)
4. "John Walker's Blues" - 3:29
5. "Jerusalem" - 4:07
6. "The Unrepentant" - 6:55
7. "Christmas in Washington" - 10:32
8. "Democracy [Monologue]" - 1:51
9. "What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love & Understanding" - 3:39 (Nick Lowe)
10. "Time You Waste" - 3:41 (Justin Earle)



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