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It's like there's no way all these songs could be on one album, all written by one person.
This is the album that began to put Steve Earle into the category of the best american musical artist currently working.
No question you can tell it was written as he was coming out of some very dark times in his life and he survived.
There's several good albums worth of recordings by Steve Earle, but they're not always consistent from top to bottom. This is the exception. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. W. Moore
This was the other CD that he was missing. This great that Amazon had this one also. This is the first place I go too to find anything I needed.Published 7 months ago by Jude
I have heard of Steve Earle for years but never listened to his music. He was simply fantastic as an AA sponsor in several seasons of "The Wire" series on HBO, so I got... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jeffrey N. Jordan
Wow! As emotional an album as you'll likely ever come across. I would say that this is his best (even better than Guitar Town). Read morePublished on January 17, 2010 by Scott Cook
If Train A-Comin' was Steve Earle's "comeback album", I Feel Alright was Steve Earle's "I'm-here-to-stay album". Read morePublished on August 21, 2009 by Marc Hosch
With a clear head and a surviving exhaltation, I Feel Alright serves notice that Steve Earle has re-surfaced from the depths of his drug impaired personal situation with a backlog... Read morePublished on January 7, 2009 by Dave Dalton
This is a great album by a great artist. This album is the perfect place to start your schooling by one of the masters. Steve Earle for Mayor of Baltimore!Published on October 27, 2007 by J. D. Buckingham
The theme of this album is simple: Steve Earle got himself healthy again and was ready to show that he could confront his past and rock out again with the best of 'em. Read morePublished on October 4, 2007 by Ryan Winkleman