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|1. Uncommon Connection|
|2. How Bad's the Coffee|
|3. The Nagging Dark|
|4. My Baby Blue|
|5. My Dog and Me|
|6. Almost Fed Up With the Blues|
|7. Circle Back|
|8. Window on the World|
|9. Missing Pieces|
|10. Fly Back Home|
|11. The Last Time|
|12. The Most Unoriginal Sin|
Hiatt has this reputation of being a great songwriter.
From the rousing rock-a-billy 'How Bad's the Coffee', with that great Sonny Landreth slide guitar, to the funky rhythm of 'The Last Time', this is pure Hiatt.
Being a John Hiatt fan for quite a long time now, I find myself looking forward with eager anticipation to each new release.
Read some of the negative reviews for this CD before deciding to take a chance and recently purchase it (in spite of the bad reviews). Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by SRT
I'm a big Hiatt fan, ever since I first saw him years ago on Austin City Limits, but I don't yet have all his albums. Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by Mr. Mambo
You can usually trust John Hiatt not to make the same album twice in succession.
Following 2001's "The Tiki Bar is Open", which was dominated by swinging folk-rock shuffles,... Read more
Great album ! Some of the best guitar licks I've heard in a long time , combined with some of Hiatt's best vocal performances (he really does have that gruff voice that sticks to... Read morePublished on February 24, 2006 by Thomas Whaley
Some folks (or should I say folkies?) seem to be dyed-in-the-wool singer/songwriter aficionados who prefer their intense, socially relevant lyrics served up on a bed of flavorless... Read morePublished on February 17, 2006 by Helphrey Skelter
The first time I caught John Hiatt & the Goners, was on PBS at 1 am on Sunday morning taped live from Chicago's Fitzgerald's club 2004 tour. I was blown away. Read morePublished on September 21, 2005 by Dave
I don't know what's wrong with half the people who reviewed the album on this site. The most common complaint is that the quality of the recording is awful and that the band sounds... Read morePublished on August 25, 2005 by Michael A. Kazanjian Jr.
I love John Hiatt, and I own almost all of them. Like fine wine, Hiatt has gotten better with age. His last 5 records (or so) all have a unique feel, but are all top-notch. Read morePublished on August 14, 2005 by Ben Hollinger