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An awesome album with rich lyrical songs. If you like Alt-Country, Son Volt has created a fine CD of songs that are full of personal, thought-provoking and nicely written songs! Read morePublished 2 months ago by carlos c
I love most of Jay Farrar's stuff. This one just doesn't have that special something for me... Maybe it will grow on me...Published 10 months ago by Bushrat
I'm now a fan of sun volt. Only problem is I think the main guy passed away. Bummer. Great CD though.Published 13 months ago by bluetwang1
"Mother Teresa to the animal kingdom"?
Insightful and poetic lyrics? Who needs em when you got a voice that sounds like river rock rolling in a slurry. Read more
If you enjoy Son Volt, this stripped down effort is worth a listen. Back to basics, but very well done. EnjoyPublished on September 11, 2012 by Tom S Kileen
Those of you that read my reviews know that I'm a big Son Volt fan. I just kinda picked it up one day reading about Wilco's past, and the previous bands before that (Uncle Tupelo. Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Parkansky
Okay, to be clear where I stand ... To me, Still Feel Gone is the best thing Tweedy or Farrar ever did, together or alone, followed by Anodyne, Trace, and Being There. Read morePublished on March 7, 2012 by Brett J. Valjalo
There isn't anything actually bad about this album, but it doesn't really stand out, either. The songwriting is as good as that of any other Son Volt album. Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by Dixie Diamond
The "Search" is over... they hit it , dead center, Again !!!
I bought this on vinyl, and believe that it sounds better than cd. Read more