Joe Ely – Satisfied At Last (2011)

Posted by Zorn on November 4, 2011as

When you have spent more than 40 years writing and recording songs that underscore a sense of turbulence, where violent winds, thunderstorms and tornadoes figure rominently and beckoning, distant horizons are ever present, it takes courage to name an album, Satisfied At Last. Known for a life full of wanderlust and constant motion, getting lost and rediscovering himself on the world’s lonesome highways and dusty back roads, Ely’s latest release from his independent record label, Rack’Em Records, suggests that he is seeing things in a new light, but one listen to the album that embodies his genre busting unique mix of traditional Tex-Mex rhythms, outlaw country, Texas blues and good old-fashioned American rock and roll, people will see that he isn’t about to slow down any time soon.

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