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|1. Master Of Disaster|
|2. Howlin' Down The Cumberland|
|4. Wintertime Blues|
|5. When My Love Crosses Over|
|6. Love's Not Where We Thought We Left It|
|7. Ain't Ever Goin' Back|
|8. Cold River|
|9. Find You At Last|
|10. Old School|
|11. Back On The Corner|
With that CD, I started listening more and have become a bonafide fan myself.
I personally like the rawness of Beneath This Gruff Exterior and The Tiki Bar is open, but have equally warmed to this more mellow album.
There are too many boring, bland songs here on which Hiatt sounds more interested in napping than recording.
While I've selected a few to be my "favorites" the whole album is good listening. I'm glad i have it.Published 11 months ago by M. Castillo
This is a Hiatt CD that you need to listen to a few time before you make up your mind. After listening to it multiple times I have no idea why people rate it so poorly. Read morePublished 13 months ago by michael d.
these are such very talented musicians! and I love his style. His albums are always a good listen, entertaining, and enjoyablePublished 13 months ago by pen name
master of disaster is a great john hiatt cd. of I have been an hiatt fan for many many years.Published 14 months ago by larry hector
I love this album. It's a bit odd in places, but John Hiatt manages to make that a plus rather than a minus. Read morePublished 15 months ago by B. Goodman
Very disappointed opening this CD package when I saw the package was empty, no CD.
Will be returning the CD case for another. Hope this one is not empty.
Master of Disaster being Hiatt's 18th record and 2005 release is a sound that I have heard so many times and whilst it is not bad it is not that great either. Read morePublished on September 23, 2009 by Bjorn Viberg
John Hiatt has made a number of excellent recordings, most notably the great trilogy of Bring the Family, Slow Turning, and Stolen Moments, three consecutive masterpieces that in... Read morePublished on July 8, 2009 by Karl W. Nehring