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John Hiatt's Crossing Muddy Waters was released in 2000. In 2012 New West acquired the rights to this album and re-released this album on compact disc. Now, 20 years after its original release, Crossing Muddy Waters is being released on stand alone vinyl for the first time. This pressing is limited to 1200 copies worldwide and is being pressed on split Green and Orange vinyl. Track Listing: SIDE ONE Run Time: 18:22 1. Lincoln Town 4:04 2. Crossing Muddy Waters 4:06 3. What Do We Do Now? 2:59 4. Only The Song Survives 4:01 5. Lift Up Every Stone 3:16 SIDE TWO Run Time: 19:43 1. Take It Down 4:01 2. Gone 2:58 3. Take It Back 3:05 4. Mr. Stanley 3:34 5. God s Golden Eyes 2:29 6. Before I Go 3:34
- Product Dimensions : 12.24 x 12.28 x 0.31 inches; 15.94 Ounces
- Manufacturer : New West Records
- Original Release Date : 2020
- Date First Available : October 2, 2020
- Label : New West Records
- ASIN : B08KFYXLBL
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: #5,150 in CDs & Vinyl (See Top 100 in CDs & Vinyl)
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The record kicks off with "Lincoln Town" great song. Music and lyrics tight. A few nice rockers keep the groove. All these songs are ripe to be covered by other artists. Really cool instrumentation throughout. Acoustic stuff, nice mandolin playing, slide playing really spirited and natural sounds. He then goes into a few lost Delta blues sounding songs. Just like if Blind Lemon Jefferson was reincarnated "Mr. Stanley" is the standout of the bluesy songs. Just chilling.
All this from a later career album. A timeless quality. All really strong songs and playing. John Haitt .... Rocks!!!
"Is This The Diamond You Said You Lost?
It Was Under My Eyelids
When They Flushed Out My Eyes"