Justin Townes Earle performing at the Evanston SPACE in 2014. Justin Townes Earle (born January 4, 1982) is an American singer-songwriter and musician Contents. In 2010 he released the album Harlem River Blues, followed by the album Nothing's Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now in 2012 In 2011 Earle received the Americana Music Award in the Song of the Year category for "Harlem River Blues". His album of the same name has been described as having a "gently flowing, urban Americana sound, with horns, organ and tangy electric guitar". That year he also contributed a cover of Maybe Baby on the 2011 tribute album Rave on Buddy.
OFFICIAL 2011 Americana Awards - Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues. Justin Townes Earle - "Wanderin'" - KXT Live Sessions.
Justin Townes Earle - The Ghost of Virginia. Justin Townes Earle, "Midnight at the Movies". Uncle Lucius - Keep The Wolves Away.
Justin Townes Earle has quite a legacy to live up to. His father is Steve Earle and he was named in part after the late, great legendary songwriter Townes Van Zandt. With those influences of artistic purity looking over his shoulder, Earle sticks to roots music where a Hammond B-3 sounds perfectly at home. Move Over Mama is the perfect example of Earle’s sincerity towards old forms. It’s a rockabilly number that sounds like it could’ve been recorded in the 1950s with its cloudy reverb and slapping acoustic bass.
14, he'll release his third album, Harlem River Blues. What's especially noteworthy about the new recording - besides Earle's simple, heartfelt lyrics and his ability to change from swinging gospel to old-time railroad ballads to twangy country - is that even though he's been on the road constantly since 2008, the album doesn't sound rushed or tired. In fact, it's exactly the opposite.
Harlem River Blues straddles not only the Mason-Dixon, but time itself. As versed in Mance Lipscomb as he is in M. Ward and sporting Marc Jacobs suspenders, Justin Townes Earle is a man beyond eras. With Harlem River Blues, a record that's perfect for late Indian summer nights on either the front porch or fire escape, Justin's found yet another way to be a timeless original. I am simply, plainly, and truly hooked on this album and artist as a whole. Listen to Justin Townes Earle with your ears and heart, and he will quickly make an impression on you as well. Bloodshot Records (Thankfully!) releases free samplers often.
Album: Harlem River Blues, 2010. Photo: Joshua Black Wilkins. Title track from Justin's 2011 album. Has been played on. Germany 51.
Harlem River Blues is Justin Townes Earle's third studio album, released on January 1, 2010, on Bloodshot Records. All tracks written by Justin Townes Earle except "Rogers Park" which was written by Justin Townes Earle and Scotty Melton. Justin Townes Earle – vocals, acoustic guitar, claps and choir vocals. Skylar Wilson – organ, electric piano, vibes, percussion, synth and claps. Bryn Davies – upright bass,cello, bowed bass, harmony and choir vocals. Jason Isbell – electric guitar and choir vocals.
Justin Townes Earle: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert. Ryan Bingham - Southside Of Heaven. Justin Townes Earle - Who Am I To Say. Justin Townes Earle, 'Slippin' and. SteveEarleVEVO 10 год. Justin Townes Earle - Yuma. Добавлено: 8 год. AppyMountainMusic 8 год. Dublin Blues. Grooveshark 8 год.
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|2||One More Night In Brooklyn||3:04|
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|4||Workin' For The MTA||3:49|
|6||Slippin' And Slidin'||2:58|
|8||Learning To Cry||2:41|
|11||Harlem River Blues Reprise||0:32|
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