On his 3rd album “Harlem River Blues” Justin Townes Earle gives the Big Apple a little twang. It’s a little blues and a little rockabilly and it’s a whole lot of musical enjoyment! He’s a modern day Woody Guthrie giving us witty and contemporary lyrics. The sound of Nashville collides with present day New York in songs like “Waking Up in Brooklyn” and “Working For the MTA”. In “Learning to Cry” Earle sings “I’m learning to cry since she walked out on me” a familiar blues inspired song of lost love, and difficult emotions for a Nashville man. Earle’s peaceful voice will lure you in and leave your heart feeling warmer. It only takes a quick listen to the 1st track “Harlem River Blues” to get hooked!
Must hear tracks: “Harlem River Blues” and “Ain’t Waitin’”
Justin Townes Earle – Harlem River Blues
- Harlem River Blues
- One More Night in Brooklyn
- Move Over Mama
- Workin’ for the MTA
- lippin’ and Slidin’
- Christchurch Woman
- Learning to Cry
- Ain’t Waitin’
- Rogers Park
- Harlem River Blues Reprise
September 14, 2010 – Bloodshot Records
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