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|1. Some Dreams|
|2. Open Your Window|
|3. Me And The Eagle|
|4. Johnny Too Bad|
|5. Dominic Street|
|7. Time Has Come Today|
|8. Ellis Unit One|
|9. Creepy Jackalope Eye|
|11. Sara's Angel|
|12. My Uncle|
|13. My Back Pages|
"With the exception of two instrumentals," Steve explains, "these are not outtakes. They are, rather, stray tracks that I am very proud of and that are either unreleased or underexposed."
Even so, fans and nonfans alike will have a lot of fun listening to this one.
I have only been a Steve Earle fan since "Trancedental Blues" and have been looking to go back and try some his older music.
I wouldn't say it's one of the best because many of the songs sound like others he's done on other albums.
If you like early Steve Earle then you will like this but it is not his best work but certainly worth a listen.Published 2 months ago by Electric Eclectic
I bought the CD for 'Me and the Eagle'. As the title suggests, this is a collection of odds and ends, some odder than the others. The one cut was worth it for me. Read morePublished 15 months ago by R. Bowman
Steve covering a Nirvana song. Priceless along with all the other tracks that he has presented in this collection of really good music.Published 22 months ago by Edward Boatman
If nothing else, this "odds and sods" collection of tracks shows that Steve Earle is far from a one-dimensional artist. Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Donald E. Gilliland
Sidetracks is an excellent collection of Steve Earle songs that had not found homes on his previous albums because they were demos, used on soundtrack albums, etc. Read morePublished on December 6, 2010 by chimesfreedom
I appreciate Steve Earle more now than I used to. He does the songs of Townes Van Zandt well on a CD he released recently. Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by Bruce P. Barten
Most of the reviews have been written by fans of Steve Earle and have many valid points. I was not a fan when I received this cd as a gift.
I am now a fan... Read more
Con una honestidad que desconocen la mayoría de artistas que triunfan en las listas, Steve Earle siempre ha evitado el concepto de "canciones de relleno" para alcanzar la... Read morePublished on April 5, 2006 by Miquel Botella Armengou
Whew, talk about eclectic. Steve Earle sings with one the most potent southern accents known to mankind, but he puts his voice to all kinds of interesting use on Sidetracks,... Read morePublished on March 17, 2006 by Thomas D. Ryan