Earle, Steve - Copperhead Road

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Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. Steve Earle Always Played Hard Country Music With The Swagger Of A Rock & Roll Star, So It Made Sense That He Would Take A Detour Out Of Nashville, Both Literally And Figuratively. On Copperhead Road, Earle Opted To Record In Memphis And Veered Away From Mainstream Country In Several Directions At Once — Into Potent Hard Rock (Most Notably On The Superb Title Song, Which Became His First Rock Radio Hit), As Well As Irish Folk (With The Pogues Backing Earle On "Johnny Come Lately"), And Even Bluegrass (Virtuoso Acoustic Pickers Sam Bush And Jerry Douglas Sit In On "Nothing But A Child"). If Copperhead Road Lacked A Bit Of The Tight Focus Of His Acclaimed Debut Guitar Town, It Had Energy, Firepower, And Smart-Ass Humor To Spare (Along With Earle's Always-Superb Songs), And It Made Clear That Steve Earle Had The Stuff To Be A Contender In Rock & Roll, If That Was What He Wanted.

Artist: Earle, Steve Title: Copperhead Road Genre: Country Type: Used - LP Label: UNI Catalog ID: UNI 7 Country: USA Our ID: 14557
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