Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit ‎– The Nashville Sound - Folk Rock 180 Grm LP

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Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit ‎– The Nashville Sound

Label:
Southeastern Records

‎– SER99881
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Gatefold, 180 Gram
Country:
US
Released:
16 Jun 2017
Genre:
Folk, World, & Country
Style:
Country

Tracklist

A1 Last Of My Kind 4:22
A2 Cumberland Gap 3:24
A3 Tupelo 4:01
A4 White Man's World 3:57
A5 If We Were Vampires 3:36

B1 Anxiety 6:58
B2 Molotov 3:47
B3 Chaos And Clothes 3:35
B4 Hope The High Road 3:03
B5 Something To Love 3:39

Companies, etc.

Marketed By – Thirty Tigers
Marketed By – RED (2)
Distributed By – Thirty Tigers
Distributed By – RED (2)
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Southeastern Records (2)
Copyright (c) – Southeastern Records (2)
Published By – Southeastern Records Publishing
Published By – Little Lambs Eat Ivy Music
Recorded At – Nashville Sound Studio
Credits

Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Producer – Dave Cobb
Art Direction – Fetzer Design, Traci Thomas
Bass – Jimbo Hart
Drums – Chad Gamble
Electric Guitar – Sadler Vaden
Engineer – Matt Ross-Spang
Engineer [Assistant Engineer] – Gena Johnson
Keyboards, Photography By [Polaroids] – Derry deBorja
Mastered By – Pete Lyman
Photography By – Danny Clinch
Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Neighborhoods Apart Productions
Strings, Backing Vocals, Photography By [Polaroids] – Amanda Shires
Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Written-By – Jason Isbell
Written-By – Amanda Shires (tracks: B1)
Notes

 Album download included.

© & ℗ 2017 Southeastern Records. Marketed & distributed by Thirty Tigers/Red.

Recorded in RCA's "Nashville Sound" Studio.

. " The top notch singer-songwriter again knocks it out of the park once again. The Nashville Sound is more fragmented than Southeastern and Something More Than Free, but probably that way on purpose. He alternates between lovely, pensive ballads (The Last of My Kind, If We Were Vampires), guitar rockers (Cumberland Gap, Hope The High Road), and in-betweeners (White Man's World, Molotov). All the while, Isbell's lyrical blend of introspection, social consciousness, hope, despair, love, fear, and beauty, encompasses what the best music was made to do: stir up as many emotions as possible. "Chaos And Clothes" sounds like a Simon & Garfunkel track from "The Graduate""

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Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Color Black