New West Records
a tremendously strong songwriter whose personal recollection and literary sophistication inhabits a profound musical atmosphere.
this is at once his most intimate record and his most accessible, the product of years of understanding the ways songs can enter - and be entered by - life. “It’s a loose concept album, you could say,” Crowell says. “And the concept is related to how you tell stories about yourself. Having a few years ago written a memoir, my sensibilities toward narrative - especially trying to find a common thread in different pieces of writing - had become a part of my songwriting process.” this is a roots record, in the sense that Crowell himself has deep roots that stretch back into the alternative country scene of the early seventies.
- East Houston Blues
- Life Without Susanna
- It Ain’t Over Yet (ft Rosanne Cash & John Paul White)
- Don’t Care Anymore
- I’m Tied To Ya’ (ft Sheryl Crow)
- Forgive Me Annabelle
- Forty Miles From
- Storm Warning
- Nashville 1972