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The album is a very reflective and spiritual body of work and I feel profoundly moved by this album.
You might say that since "Stolen Moments," I've "grown" into "Slow Turning," "Bring the Family," "Perfectly Good Guitar" and the nice get-together on "Little Village."
Even so, the good songs (Real Fine Love, Seven Little Indians, Back of My Mind, and Listening to Old Voices) more than compensate for the shortcomings.
Is it wrong? I hope not 'cuz I do.
Just sawer him again last weekend, at a summer evening outdoor gig - and while it wasn't the best of his
I've seen - 7-8 times now... Read more
Hiatt shares his live in the words of his songs that so easily reflect the events and learnings of many.Published 11 months ago by Jackie McConnell
My favorite CD by John Hiatt. I have ordered this CD twice. My ex took the other one. I had to have it again.Published 15 months ago by Linda S. Bettge
I know the Bring the Family is generally the consensus favorite, but for me, this is it. It is both touching and clever, moving and funny. Read morePublished on November 23, 2012 by Boston Legal
I rarely write reviews but after reading the constant comparisons to Dylan,Prine, etc it's time to stop. Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by Otis Money
I loved this CD. I never had listened to this artist before but I decided to purchase the records after reading the critic on Internet. I definitely recommend it. Read morePublished on July 12, 2011 by Humberto Hernandez Sanchez
I often wonder why Hiatt isn't heralded as one of the best musicians ever. It seems like he has a solid, respectable fan base, but still not mainstream acknowledgement. Read morePublished on May 11, 2008 by TrailsEndWild
John Hiatt is AWESOME baby! And this album is one of those albums that continues to grow on you every time you listen. Its why I never grow tired of listening to it. Read morePublished on December 18, 2003 by John Vorel