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Easy Ed's Broadside

Exploring music without a map.

Since 2009, Ed has shared his thoughts on ND about music that touches him, and rambled hither and yon about what else is on his mind.

Easy Ed's Broadside

Exploring music without a map.

Since 2009, Ed has shared his thoughts on ND about music that touches him, and rambled hither and yon about what else is on his mind.

Thirty Years of Guitar Town, Steve Earle and The Dukes

Nice article Ed...Gonna have to get Magnetized Mo*&$^%#ers...that's got to be some great stuff...

I think I'll hold out for Magnetized Motherfuckers since I hate censored work. I'm still mystified by the fact that the fine, new Colvin & Earle release hasn't been reviewed on this site. (It's refreshing to get back to music. All that political talk on another posting is about to give me a heart attack.)

Don't have a heart attack Dennis, none of it's worth that...

Dennis, your last sentence is amusingly ironic!  But not inaccurate.  Am curious to hear how you felt about the Donovan show you recently attended (that's a sincere question, we can return to irreverence later).

 

You know, it's not my favorite Steve Earle album--that'd be either Train A-Comin' or El Corazon--but compared to 2016 country radio, GT sounds like a damn masterpiece.