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This album is a fresh sound from what you hear in mainstream country.
Earle works with Beatle flavored pop,Irish folk music, bluegrass, powerful country flavored rock and roll and more on this recording.
I might make it sound like to much is going on, and I think that's why it takes repeated listens, but this is a great album.
Transcendental Blues is one of the most creative and ingenious albums Steve Earle ever did. I've played it for year, lent it out, lost it, but can't be without it, so I got... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Rayn Roberts
Kick back with a cold one and enjoy. I love the music on this CD. Personally not one song more than the other. Just the whole deal.Published 8 months ago by TTazman64
he's a master at crafting songs, everything from the hooks to lyrics to instrumentation. great stuff. but stylistically its a bit all over the map. Read morePublished 11 months ago by bluesjr
What can I say? Steve Earl is and awesome artist, musician, song writer. I relate to him on every level. This is a great album that every fan should have in their collection.Published 11 months ago by LisaNFla
Like another reviewer did, I pulled this off a dusty shelf and listened to it again recently ... and was blown away all over again. This is a total gem of an album. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Donald E. Gilliland
As with most of his lyrics, Steve Earle hits the nail on the head here, and I have to say, after listening to the intervening albums in order, the music is a natural progression... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased this cd solely for the purpose of hearing Galway Girl! Love that song and so cd didn't disappointPublished on April 8, 2012 by L. Ness
not one of earles pearls jack % kvlu Lamar university public radio 91.3fmPublished on June 30, 2011 by jack
I pulled this off the shelf today and was stunned to realize that ten years have passed since this album's release. Read morePublished on October 26, 2010 by Jack Baker