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mp3 VBR~227 kbps | 77 MB | UL | OB Hiatt sounds throughout as if gargling a box of frogs in some eternal late-night New Orleans backroom. And it’s glorious.
mp3 192 kbps | 104 MB | UL | CL | KF The dawning of the new millennium coincided with a new chapter in the career of John Hiatt. After a quarter century of releasing records on major labels five in all he kicked off an over 13-year run as an independent artist, recording a […]
Recorded for a Chicago radio station in 1993, not long after the release of Perfectly Good Guitar, My Kind of Town finds John Hiatt mining his then-recent records for A&M — the classic 1987 comeback Bring the Family, its excellent 1988 successor Slow Turning, the highly polished 1990 LP Stolen Moments and, naturally, Perfectly Good […]
Whilst touring across the US and Canada in support of Slow Turning, John Hiatt stopped off at Barrymore’s Music Hall in Ottawa on 19th January 1989, with this CD featuring the dynamic show performed that evening. With a wealth of tracks from both Slow Turning and Bring the Family, this superb show delights an ecstatic […]