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I bought the tape of this album on the day it came out and wore out 5 copies of it.
"Icy Blue Heart" slows things down to a crawl, but what a great country-tinged ballad it is, telling the story of a couple who meet in a bar.
I feel that Hiatt is very under-rated and should rank up there with the other great singer/songwriters of the day.
His best collection. Feels Like Rain, and It'll Come To You, have been on my playlists for more than a decade. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MizEm, Queens, NY
Every day I find a new reason to love this album. John is one of the few artists with the energy of a Detroit rock and roller and the authority of a Memphis country and blues... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Tie Bot
John Hiatt tells how rejection turns into acceptance through love; what more is there?Published 4 months ago by Jeff C-C
Slow Turning is another excellent album from John Hiatt and probably his best after Bring the Family. Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Alapick
If you like the idea of an upbeat, country-tinged growler with a keen sense of humor, a kick-ass band, and whose turns of phrase rarely dip into familiar rhyme-nambulance, then... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Hoopes
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I started another forum so be aware that I don't know about the CDs since Behind This Gruff Exterior. I think my favorite may be Walk On. I assume it's not very popular because I see little mention of it and I got it discounted at a CD store years ago.
Why is it the best. I always like best CDs... Read More
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