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"[A]bsorbing....It's his own to-hell-and-back story and fiery-bellied music, heard in 16 inspirational live clips, that really resonates." Uncut80.45293

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Entertainment Weekly (3/5/93, p.59) - "...This compilation shows Earle moving from rockabilly to rock and captures the hostility and disillusionment of the nation's itinerant underbelly..." - Rating: A+70.33218

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Rolling Stone (4/1/99, p.94) - 3 1/2 Stars (out of 5) - "...this is a vigorous, invigorating album....No hits, plenty of runs, no errors."Spin (5/99, p.149) - "...THE MOUNTAIN is like a self-portrait from before Earle was born, so pious it sounds like the vows of a Texas 12-step program, and so great that so what?..."Entertainment Weekly (2/19-2/26/99, p.141) - "On his first all-bluegrass album, Earle's anarchic spirit roughens up the normally polished McCoury Band, but the result is far from amateurish--rather, it's the sound of consummate pros having a blast..." - Rating: B+Q (4/99, p.96) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...The 14 tracks here are the among the best Earle has written, staying true to the form's roots whilst adding a rock dynamic..."CMJ (1/10/00, p.23) - Included in CMJ's "Triple A '99 Top 5" - "...Already the greatest country rocker of his time, Earle has joined up with the greates bluegrass family for [MOUNTAIN]..."Dirty Linen (4-5/99, pp.63,67) - "...THE MOUNTAIN is arguably one of the finest moments for both Steve Earle and The Del McCoury Band and as enjoyable to listen to as it probably was to make."Q (Magazine) (p.108) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[W]hether kicking up a little dust on the rousing 'Texas Eagle' or slipping into more measured, elegiac mode on the outstanding title track, it stands up as one of his finest."Mojo (Publisher) (1/00, p.31) - Ranked #15 in Mojo Magazine's "Best of 1999."Mojo (Publisher) (03/99, p.106) - "Dramatically different....A fine, timeless album."Record Collector (magazine) (p.93) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Citing Bill Monroe as his major inspiration, Earle immersed himself in the rudiments and theory of the genre, and many of its finest songs' post-Great Depression dustbowl lyrical concerns."62.36123

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Rolling Stone (p.86) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Tony Brown's bright heartland-rock production provides a stark contrast to Earle's gritty lyrics....[Earle's] passionate, solo-acoustic delivery of Bruce Springsteen's 'Nebraska' is sublime."Q (Magazine) (p.121) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he title track and 'The Devil's Right Hand' remain Earle staples..."Mojo (Publisher) (6/00, p.43) - "...The best of his early albums, characterized by the rock hard 'Devil's Right Hand' and 'Snake Oil'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Its real strength still lies in the performances of Earle and his band, matching superbly rough-edged musicianship with heartfelt emotion in a way which brings to mind the very different but equally committed matching of Neil Young and Crazy Horse."62.16545

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Rolling Stone (6/22/00, pp.134-5) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...An intermittenly twangy, often trippy and, yes, generally transcendant outing....Earle keeps his material hewed to a basic theme - the universality of the blues - and finds that home truth everywhere his muse takes him..."Spin (7/00, pp.155,157) - 7 out of 10 - "...The record sounds great...[his] most ambitious yet....[He] explores some well-traveled roads: Beatlesque psychedelia; Irish reels; bluegrass....and, of course, the guns-blazin' badass stompers..."Entertainment Weekly (6/9/00, pp.78-9) - "...He's thrown open the gates. Walking through the psychedelic title track, the RUBBER SOUL-ish pop, the garage rock, and the lovely Eire-meets-Tennessee 'The Galway Girl', BLUES is his musical road map..." - Rating: A-Q (7/00, p.114) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...There is no doubt that his songwriting chops just keep getting better...proving his mastery of every country-rock style..."Magnet (1-2/01, p.44) - Included in Magnet's "20 Best Albums of 2000" - "...The crowning achievement of Nashville's king of the road..."Down Beat (3/01, p.73) - 4.5 out of 5 - "Th ebest of Earle's career is a brilliant melange of rootsy country, blazing rock, Irish folk, uptempo bluegrass and Beatlesque pop..."No Depression (5-6/00, pp.110-1) - "...There is much to suggest that a little less hair and a little more gut are matters of nuance,, and nuance is what it's eventually all about....it is socked with good things...making loyalists glad they've been on board for the whole dang oeuvre..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/00, p.106) - "...He bares his spiritual chest...with a Lennonesque honesty and a vocal delivery that increasingly resembles Tom Petty's sub-Dylan sneer..."49.73236

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Rolling Stone (10/02, p.68) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...His most strident work in years...Earle's vocals are raw and blunt throughout."Spin (1/03, p.73) - Ranked #36 on Spin's list of 2002's "Albums of the Year"Spin (11/02, p.123) - "...Ominous and subdued country rock..."Entertainment Weekly (10/4/02, pp.150,153) - "...[His] most boisterous work in some time...indulging in dark, rumbling twang, drum loops, a hint of R&B [and] Springsteen-style organ..." - Rating: B+Q (12/02, p.66) - Included in Q Magazine's "The 50 Best Albums of 2002."Q (10/02, p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Most of the music here finds Earle in admirable form..."Uncut (1/03, p.95) - Ranked #21 in Uncut's "100 Best Albums of the Year"Uncut (11/02, p.115) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Empathetic and compelling...Earle is revelling in a searingly creative purple patch: he jasn't sounded this corrosive since [1988's] COPPERHEAD ROAD..."CMJ (9/23/02) - "...There are some real gems to be discovered here....The title track is a reflective, political song that proves Earle has brains as well as heart..."49.73236

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Spin (8/95, pp.92-93) - 8 - Very Good - "...Earle offers neither contrite confessionals nor toothless mush. He's too dogged and proud to be anything but himself....[His] redemptive gift lies in his ability to evoke poignance and loss without spilling into sentimentality....Truth be told, he makes no mistakes..."Entertainment Weekly (5/5/95, p.71) - "...Nashville's baddest boy returns, after a five-year-absence, with an acoustic album of early material, new songs, and covers by country-folk mentors like Townes Van Zandt....Earle is nothing short of a narrative master..." - Rating: BQ (2/96, p.65) - Included in Q's 50 Best Albums of 1995.Q (7/95, p.135) - 3 Stars - Good - "...sounds like a man beginning to feel his way around again after a long period out of circulation. He's gone back to where he started, making an acoustic album with the emphasis on the songs....He may be bowed but he's plainly not beaten."Sing Out! (8-10/95, p.148) - "...the writing is crisp and tough, deeply rooted in tradition but never self-consciously folky, and Earle sounds as if he has lived every word..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/95, p.111) - "...TRAIN A COMIN' is all acoustic....the feel of the record is also retrospective...very live, ramshackle and raw. Earle plays his guitar and mandolin parts with customary vigour and sings his heart out in his ragged but right voice..."NME (Magazine) (7/15/95, p.49) - 7 (out of 10) - "...a slew of smart tunes played simply on guitar, mandolin and stuff....He was always doomed by comparisons to Springsteen in the past but these days Earle comes over like a trainee Johnny Cash: pithy, grim-voiced, strangely mythical..."43.51582

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"[T]ough and lean..." Uncut37.52738

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Q (10/96, p.175) - 4 Stars - Excellent - "...Suggests that his best days may be just arriving....[Earle is] apt to come on too loud, too abrasive, too rock'n'roll for Nashville....All those...hits are here...each as high, wide and handsome as the day they were coined."Mojo (Publisher) (6/00, p.43) - "...Brilliantly compiled...pulling together all of the high points of Earle's tenure at MCA, alongside live covers from the likes of Bruce Springsteen and The Rolling Stones..."37.29927

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Mojo (Publisher) (p.119) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Earle and his band The Dukes are in thundering form throughout. Muscular versions of Copperhead Road and The Devil's Right Hand slot nicely alongside delicately wrought country weepers 'Someday' and 'My Old Friend The Blues.'"Record Collector (magazine) (p.84) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he real find for fans is his take on the Irish traditional 'When Will We Be Married?'..."37.29927

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Uncut (magazine) (p.95) - "[A] punchy collection of country stompers that hark back to '60s honky-tonk but with the contemporary production sheen of, say, Dwight Yoakam and Steve Earle."0.7830738

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Uncut (p.108) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he tones owe as much to the country rockisms of early Steve Earle as it does to the broody folk of Guy Clark or Townes Van Zandt."0.6851896

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Mojo (Publisher) (12/03, p.114) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[The] album favours big, sparkling harmony-pop and an early Steve Earle-meets-Tom Petty kind of rock-Americana."0.6851896

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Dirty Linen (p.62) - "Santaolalla's transition instrumentals add a contemplative, melancholy theme that brings cohesion to the various contributions."Mojo (Publisher) (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Steve Earle and Rufus Wainwright add some passion and intensity."0.5873054

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Entertainment Weekly (2/6/98, p.63) - "Newcomer Knight plows the same gritty ground as Steve Earle and Townes Van Zandt on an impressive set of original story-songs. Often cinematic in his imagery and spare on instrumentation, he's best at profiling dark characters whose violence bubbles just below the surface..." - Rating: A-0.5873054

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Dirty Linen (p.62) - "Santaolalla's transition instrumentals add a contemplative, melancholy theme that brings cohesion to the various contributions."Mojo (Publisher) (p.98) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Steve Earle and Rufus Wainwright add some passion and intensity."0.5873054

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Uncut (5/04, p.99) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[W]hat he does, he does admirably: frayed-at-the-seams country-folk the slender side of Steve Earle, Springsteen blues without the pomp."Mojo (Publisher) (p.118) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[He] hits his stride very nicely with this collection of rootsy alt country barroom tunes."0.4894212

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Journal Of Country Music (Vol.18, No.1, pp.52-54) - "...Tritt is one of those charming young hellcats as much influenced by Lynyrd Skynyrd as Hank 'n' Willie, and his GREATEST HITS...has a roiling variety....Tritt evinces his country-rock loyalty by covering a...Steve Earle song...and his show-biz shrewdness by including his version of [a] Platters rock oldie..."0.4894212

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Rolling Stone (p.115) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Baez has teamed up with Steve Earle....It's a fruitful partnership: Earle's hard-won earthiness acts as a counterweight to Baez's ethereal tendencies, and DAY AFTER TOMORROW leans toward tough-minded material with blues and Appalachian overtones."Dirty Linen (p.51) - "DAY AFTER TOMORROW veritably shines dues to Steve Earle's fine production skills. There is an immediately obvious gentle flow to the song selection and placement."Mojo (Publisher) (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Baez sounds natural and unforced throughout, and the virtuosity of the musicians on mandolin, bouzouki and harmonium fashions a sound of understated elegance."Record Collector (magazine) (p.82) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "Baez has made a reflective album littered with religious imagery and biblical allusions. She sings as convincingly as when she intoned 'We shall overcome' nearly 50 years ago."0.4845022

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Entertainment Weekly (p.74) - "A galaxy of roots-music stars, including Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, and Steve Earle, toast the beloved songwriter's 70th birthday."Uncut (magazine) (p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Emmylou Harris and John Prine bring out the border-town ennui of 'Magnolia Wind' like two old hands who've ben there more than once....Ultimately, Clark's songs are left to speak for themselves, which is just as it should be."0.3915369

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Blender (Magazine) (p.84) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Sugarland love the '80s. Their third album opens with two songs about avoiding your job, both applying singer Jennifer Nettles's pronounced twang to the pop-rock bounce of the Bangles..."0.3910418

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Rolling Stone (12/11/97, p.78) - 4 Stars (out of 5) - "...Earle's strongest statement to date about what makes his heart beat and blood boil....he straddles a bunch of styles with the nimble ease of a homespun visionary who correctly sees that ultimately it's all one..."Entertainment Weekly (10/17/97, p.77) - "Eleven years after his prescient debut, this prickly alt-country survivor's insights into institutional callousness...romantic longing...and personal iconoclasm...resonate with hard-won wisdom..." - Rating: A-Village Voice (2/24/98) - Ranked #11 in the Village Voice's 1997 Pazz & Jop Critics' Poll.Mojo (Publisher) (6/00, p.43) - "If you had to get just one Steve Earle record, then this is it. Stylistically, it covers all of his bases, from acoustic balladry to fuzzed-up grunge and consistently marries brilliant songwriting to brilliant playing..."0.3425948

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Blender (Magazine) (p.84) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Sugarland love the '80s. Their third album opens with two songs about avoiding your job, both applying singer Jennifer Nettles's pronounced twang to the pop-rock bounce of the Bangles..."0.3258682

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Spin (p.84) - "Lydia Loveless makes it her own through the strength of a blazing voice, a fully formed persona, and bluntly crafty songwriting."Uncut (magazine) (p.94) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "A real country ache pervades 'How Many Women'..."0.3258682

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Rolling Stone (7/6/72, p.56) - "...further confirmation of the fact that Newman is our most sophisticated art-song composer...SAIL AWAY is Newman's most mature album, a work of genius..."Entertainment Weekly (6/7/02, pp.76-7) - "...A masterpiece...When it comes to the 'untrustworthy narrator', the territory is Newman's own. They don't come nastier than the slave trader serenading Africans in SAIL's title track..." - Rating: AQ (p.128) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t does a fine job of putting the emphasis where it should be: the songs. Steve Earle has fun with the scabrous 'Rednecks'..."Q (8/00, p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...One of [his] best albums....his succinct, evocative songs embrace more fully the complexities of the darker side of US society...and the more poignant aspects of family life..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "No one does slyness like him, but several try here...[with] agreeable results."Mojo (Publisher) (8/00, p.115) - "...Blackly funny, poignantly sentimental, witty, wistful and superbly orchestrated, it fused a traditional, Gershwin-via-Tin Pan Alley Americana with a wickedly un-American irony..."0.2936527

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Rolling Stone (7/5/01, pp.140,142) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...Offers his widest stylistic assortment yet, from intimate blues to extroverted rock...thanks to producers Steve Earle and Ray Kennedy...there's more bounce in his rhythm section..."Spin (8/01, p.139) - 8 out of 10 - "...Sexsmith finds relief in classic songcraft, reimagining greats from Johnny Mercer to Freedy Johnson. This is true even when the content is sad indeed..."Entertainment Weekly (6/8/01, p.76) - "...His 4th gorgeous album...The disc's grittier sound is the perfect complement to [his] 'Waterloo Sunset' croon, and the dangerous dips into loungy jazz and reggae are just lovely..." - Rating: AQ (7/01, p.116) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Enjoyable..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.35) - "...His warm, mid-tempo rock has become even more sincere and soulful....little bundles of truth offered so earnestly you'd never think to disagree with them..."No Depression (7-8/01, p.119) - "...His most accomplished work yet..."0.2936527

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Rolling Stone (7/6/72, p.56) - "...further confirmation of the fact that Newman is our most sophisticated art-song composer...SAIL AWAY is Newman's most mature album, a work of genius..."Entertainment Weekly (6/7/02, pp.76-7) - "...A masterpiece...When it comes to the 'untrustworthy narrator', the territory is Newman's own. They don't come nastier than the slave trader serenading Africans in SAIL's title track..." - Rating: AQ (p.128) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t does a fine job of putting the emphasis where it should be: the songs. Steve Earle has fun with the scabrous 'Rednecks'..."Q (8/00, p.120) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...One of [his] best albums....his succinct, evocative songs embrace more fully the complexities of the darker side of US society...and the more poignant aspects of family life..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "No one does slyness like him, but several try here...[with] agreeable results."Mojo (Publisher) (8/00, p.115) - "...Blackly funny, poignantly sentimental, witty, wistful and superbly orchestrated, it fused a traditional, Gershwin-via-Tin Pan Alley Americana with a wickedly un-American irony..."0.2936527

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Q (8/01, p.135) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...Much like Steve Earle or Leonard Cohen, he has the talent to transform life's dissappointments and regrets into a work of real wonder and beauty."Uncut (8/01, p.94) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...FIELD SONGS is profound in wisdom and emotion..."oAlternative Press (7/01, p.74) - 7 out of 10 - "...Vocally, Lanegan is in top form....his best work yet..."Magnet (6-7/01, p.99) - "...His most fully realized work to date..."No Depression (7-8/01, p.126) - "...An album full of doomed gothic romance, pharmaceutical and drunken reverie, and blurry, sepia snapshots....you'll be hard pressed to find anything more tempting than FIELD SONGS all year..."Mojo (Publisher) (7/01, p.112) - "...Brutal, bleak, and Lanegan's finest hour yet."NME (Magazine) (12/29/01, p.59) - Ranked #27 in NME's 50 "Albums Of the Year 2001".NME (Magazine) (6/9/01, p.41) - 8 out of 10 - "...This is soul music. Not necessarily by genre...but by the virtue of the songs that lay their author's soul bare....pitched somewhere between the last moments of clarity drifting off on junk-filled dreams and the ganzwing desperation between fixes..."0.2936527

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Rolling Stone (p.77) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t impacts just like any other Steve Earle record -- lyrics first....[With] two fine love songs to Earle's wife, harmony-singing Allison Moorer...."Spin (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]s he shows on 'Days Aren't Long Enough' and 'Sparkle and Shine,' the man can still write a damn pretty love song."Entertainment Weekly (p.105) - "SERENADE is awash in unexpected grace notes....A love letter to his new home." -- Grade: B+Uncut (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Layering acoustic and electric guitars over vaguely hip hop beats, much of it sounds like Earle taking stock of his new home and nodding his approval....It's all invigorating, wonderful stuff."Magnet (p.93) - "[T]he most convincing songs on WASHINGTON SERENADE are about love, devotion, messing up, and simply wanting to be heard."0.2936527

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Rolling Stone (p.77) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t impacts just like any other Steve Earle record -- lyrics first....[With] two fine love songs to Earle's wife, harmony-singing Allison Moorer...."Spin (p.100) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[A]s he shows on 'Days Aren't Long Enough' and 'Sparkle and Shine,' the man can still write a damn pretty love song."Entertainment Weekly (p.105) - "SERENADE is awash in unexpected grace notes....A love letter to his new home." -- Grade: B+Uncut (p.106) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Layering acoustic and electric guitars over vaguely hip hop beats, much of it sounds like Earle taking stock of his new home and nodding his approval....It's all invigorating, wonderful stuff."Magnet (p.93) - "[T]he most convincing songs on WASHINGTON SERENADE are about love, devotion, messing up, and simply wanting to be heard."0.2936527

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Rolling Stone (p.80) - "The tunes are personalized with minor mutations, capturing the sort of signature life-affirming darkness epitomized by a couplet from 'Six O'Clock News'..."Mojo (Publisher) (p.95) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Conor Oberst injects indie rock into 'Wedding Day In Funeralville,' but all of it is done with a loving, humble grace."Paste (magazine) - "At last, the tribute he deserves. The songs of dirt-road troubador John Prine are malleable -- simple, elegiac tales of people living out simple lives."Pitchfork (Website) - "Abandoning the ethereal folk of Bon Iver, Justin Vernon invests 'Bruised Orange (Chain of Sorrow)' with an earthy gravity, packing in a novel's worth of detail in just four minutes."Record Collector (magazine) (p.89) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Respectful covers abound...with the ever-improving Justin Townes 'Son Of Steve' Earle especially affecting on 'Far From Me'..."Uncut (magazine) (p.92) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] stirring salute to the unflashy genius of John Prine."0.2936527

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Rolling Stone (7/5/01, pp.140,142) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...Offers his widest stylistic assortment yet, from intimate blues to extroverted rock...thanks to producers Steve Earle and Ray Kennedy...there's more bounce in his rhythm section..."Spin (8/01, p.139) - 8 out of 10 - "...Sexsmith finds relief in classic songcraft, reimagining greats from Johnny Mercer to Freedy Johnson. This is true even when the content is sad indeed..."Entertainment Weekly (6/8/01, p.76) - "...His 4th gorgeous album...The disc's grittier sound is the perfect complement to [his] 'Waterloo Sunset' croon, and the dangerous dips into loungy jazz and reggae are just lovely..." - Rating: AQ (7/01, p.116) - 3 stars out of 5 - "...Enjoyable..."CMJ (6/4/01, p.35) - "...His warm, mid-tempo rock has become even more sincere and soulful....little bundles of truth offered so earnestly you'd never think to disagree with them..."No Depression (7-8/01, p.119) - "...His most accomplished work yet..."0.2936527

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Spin (5/03, p.116) - "...The record recasts her unnerving spell - brooding country-pop riffs that conceal devastating lyrics..." - Grade: AEntertainment Weekly (3/28/03, p.68) - "...Beautiful and melancholy folk-pop....TRAVEL...journeys to the tender, haunted heart of love and mortality..." - Rating: A-Uncut (5/03, p.96) - 4 stars out of 5 - "...RULES OF TRAVEL signals a striking reawakening for a too often overlooked talent....A deeply felt and accomplished return..."0.2606946

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Rolling Stone (p.72) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Earles knows these songs intimately -- some of the greatest in the folk-country canon -- and delivers them with the ease of breathing, mostly unadorned."Spin (p.86) - "[H]e does his idol justice on this vibrant covers set, delivering supersonic bluegrass and starry-eyed ballads with the same thoughtful finesse."Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "On his latest album, Steve Earle, who remains Van Zandt's foremost disciple, gives 15 favorites the kind of carefully considered settings they deserve..."Billboard (p.34) - "Throughout, Earle's shape-shifting voice inhabits the songs just like Van Zandt's own colorful characters inhabit them..."Q (Magazine) (p.132) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] dream album, full of devotion, care and spirit as he gently caresses new nuances out of even the much-covered and revered 'Pancho & Lefty,' and adds sinister new layers to 'Marie'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.82) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "This is an album of subtlety and reserve, which allows the original emotional intent of the music to speak for itself."Uncut (magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Van Zandt could be both masochistic thrill-seeker and gentle poet, and Earle know his subject from the outside in."0.2447106

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Rolling Stone (p.72) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Earles knows these songs intimately -- some of the greatest in the folk-country canon -- and delivers them with the ease of breathing, mostly unadorned."Spin (p.86) - "[H]e does his idol justice on this vibrant covers set, delivering supersonic bluegrass and starry-eyed ballads with the same thoughtful finesse."Entertainment Weekly (p.59) - "On his latest album, Steve Earle, who remains Van Zandt's foremost disciple, gives 15 favorites the kind of carefully considered settings they deserve..."Billboard (p.34) - "Throughout, Earle's shape-shifting voice inhabits the songs just like Van Zandt's own colorful characters inhabit them..."Q (Magazine) (p.132) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "[A] dream album, full of devotion, care and spirit as he gently caresses new nuances out of even the much-covered and revered 'Pancho & Lefty,' and adds sinister new layers to 'Marie'..."Record Collector (magazine) (p.82) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "This is an album of subtlety and reserve, which allows the original emotional intent of the music to speak for itself."Uncut (magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Van Zandt could be both masochistic thrill-seeker and gentle poet, and Earle know his subject from the outside in."0.2447106

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Rolling Stone (7/8-7/22/99, p.154) - 4 stars (out of 5) - "...the artists on this collection...concoct the sonic stew that Parsons called 'cosmic American music'....There's not a bad track among the thirteen here....Parsons fans won't be disappointed..."Spin (8/99, p.152) - 8 (out of 10) - "...Because many of the acts on ANGEL share parson's love for country tragedy along with his remove from it...they take the same freedoms with his songs that he took with his source material..."Entertainment Weekly (7/23/99, p.67) - "...plays it straight, with most contributors confident enough to just play the songs, not reinvent them..." - Rating: B+CMJ (6/14/99, p.26) - "...a beautifully orchestrated collection of some of [Gram Parsons'] most influential songs, covered by artists who owe much to his powerful yet subtle brilliance..."Dirty Linen (12/99-1/00, pp.70-1) - "...once the list of the top 10 tribute albums of the decade is tallied up this one has a good chance of making the list."0.2281078

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