Jason Isbell ‎– Southeastern - 2013 Folk Rock Country - 180 Grm LP

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Jason Isbell ‎– Southeastern

Label:
Southeastern Records ‎– SE-9984
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress
Country:
US
Released:
23 Jan 2014
Genre:
Folk, World, & Country
Style:

Tracklist

A1 Cover Me Up 4:52
A2 Stockholm 2:49
Vocals – Kim Richey
A3 Traveling Alone 4:27
Fiddle – Paul Griffith
A4 Elephant 3:37
A5 Flying Over Water 3:58
A6 Different Days 3:34

B1 Live Oak 3:35
B2 Songs She Sang In The Shower 3:56
B3 New South Wales 3:53
B4 Super 8 3:25
Vocals – Will Johnson
B5 Yvette 4:28
B6 Relatively Easy 4:45
Vocals – Kim Richey


Companies, etc.

Recorded At – Falling Rock, Nashville
Mastered At – Infrasonic Sound


Credits

Art Direction – Chris Kro
Bass – Brian Allen 
Drums – Chad Gamble
Engineer, Mixed By – Mark Petaccia
Guitar, Vocals – Jason Isbell
Keyboards, Mellotron – Derry DeBorja
Management – Traci Thomas
Mastered By – Pete Lyman
Percussion – Dave Cobb
Photography By – Michael Wilson 
Producer – Dave Cobb
Written-By [All Songs] – Jason Isbell


Notes

The original pressing produces distortion in the music, especially during certain vocal parts. This new repress remedies that issue, supplying a distortion-free reproduction of the album.

Gatefold cover and 180g vinyl.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 794504799743
Matrix / Runout (Side A): SER-9984-RE5-A, Welcome to 1979, CJH
Matrix / Runout (Side B): SER-9984-RE5-B, Welcome to 1979, CJH

 

"I like the way this album starts and builds through out the duration of the dozen cuts and ends wonderfully with his Relatively Easy. His soft renditions of the first three songs is soothing lead in for the mesmerizing vocals of Elephant. Nothing said here offends me and only make me want more. Sad and wonderful. As a singer and player, I don't require Jason Isbell to be any more than he is here. His songs reflect a life experienced person and this person can sing and play. His voice is another matter. I think it compares favorably with almost any other vocalist I listen to, but when you play your own music and then do it as well as Mr. Isbell does, putting these feelings of life lived and travels of his past for those willing to listen." (Amazon Customer)

More Information
Condition New
Format LP, 180 Gram
Label Sony Music
Color Black