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John Hiatt - Walk On (1995)

24-04-2015, 15:26
Music | Country | Rock | Alternative | FLAC / APE

John Hiatt - Walk On (1995)

Artist: John Hiatt
Title Of Album: Walk On
Year Of Release: 1995
Label: Capitol
Genre: Alt Country, Singer-Songwriter
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 68:57 Min
Total Size: 167 Mb | 447 Mb


01. Cry Love
02. You Must Go
03. Walk On
04. Good as She Could Be
05. The River Knows Your Name
06. Native Son
07. Dust Down a Country Road
08. Ethylene
09. I Can't Wait
10. Shredding the Document
11. Wrote It Down and Burned It
12. Your Love Is My Rest
13. Friend of Mine
14. Mile High

Walk On is a classic "road" album in the sense that its songs largely seem written to or about people who are not present, either because the singer is away from them, he is singing about the past, or they are dead. John Hiatt exploits the resulting feelings of longing, anger, and mourning inherent in that premise, sometimes, as in "I Can't Wait," singing about wanting to be back home, sometimes, as in the odd love song "Ethylene," wishing for a departed lover, sometimes, as in "Dust Down a Country Road," reflecting as in a dream on the past. He employs rustic nature imagery, but frequently for ominous effects rather than gentle ones, and he is supported by spare, guitar-dominated backup that is alternately soothing and disturbing. Hiatt's label debut for Capitol (though they didn't do much to promote it), Walk On is not among Hiatt's more consistent or more accessible works, but he remains a highly imaginative and craftsmanlike writer who can startle you. The raucous "Shredding the Document" is among the half-dozen best songs of the year, if not the decade.

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