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Leftover Feelings

John Hiatt with the Jerry Douglas Band

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In 1970, the very young aspiring songwriter John Hiatt moved to Nashville with a dream of launching a career there. His heart must have quickened as he walked past the RCA studios building, where all the giants of country music did their recordings. Fifty years on, and Hiatt is quite at home there now. It was in Studio B, a real historical monument of American music, that he recorded Leftover Feelings, which was his 25th album, give or take. The recording sessions were relaxed affairs, just like a jam at home, with a group of Americana-minded friends, led by steel-guitar player Jerry Douglas. There were no drums: just guitars, violin and a double bass marking time. This record is fully acoustic, unlike the long black Cadillac of the opening number, which is electric (the car, that is, not the song). Long Black Electric Cadillac kicks off another journey into the world of Americana, that timeless American sound where every song is like a tree, a stone or a ray of sunlight in a Western national park. So, yes, this is just one more Americana record: but no two are ever the same, because the devil is in the detail and in the personality of the artist. Hiatt's voice, which resembles that of a southern Dylan; his songs, which are like scrawlings on a roadmap (Mississippi Phone Booth, I’m In Ashville…); and his taste for writing characters: bundled together all proves that he richly deserves his reputation as a grand old songwriter. Two years after the release of a big retrospective box set of his recordings for New West, this latest album shows that John Hiatt isn't ready for retirement just yet. © Stéphane Deschamps/Qobuz

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1
Long Black Electric Cadillac
00:03:25

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

2
Mississippi Phone Booth
00:03:06

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

3
The Music Is Hot
00:03:45

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

4
All The Lilacs In Ohio
00:03:29

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

5
I'm In Asheville
00:03:26

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

6
Light Of The Burning Sun
00:04:38

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

7
Little Goodnight
00:04:43

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

8
Buddy Boy
00:03:26

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

9
Changes In My Mind
00:03:34

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

10
Keen Rambler
00:03:25

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

11
Sweet Dream
00:04:28

John Hiatt, Composer, MainArtist - Jerry Douglas, Producer, MainArtist - Neal Cappellino, MixingEngineer - Sean William Sullivan, MixingEngineer

2021 New West Records, LLC 2021 New West Records, LLC

Album Description

In 1970, the very young aspiring songwriter John Hiatt moved to Nashville with a dream of launching a career there. His heart must have quickened as he walked past the RCA studios building, where all the giants of country music did their recordings. Fifty years on, and Hiatt is quite at home there now. It was in Studio B, a real historical monument of American music, that he recorded Leftover Feelings, which was his 25th album, give or take. The recording sessions were relaxed affairs, just like a jam at home, with a group of Americana-minded friends, led by steel-guitar player Jerry Douglas. There were no drums: just guitars, violin and a double bass marking time. This record is fully acoustic, unlike the long black Cadillac of the opening number, which is electric (the car, that is, not the song). Long Black Electric Cadillac kicks off another journey into the world of Americana, that timeless American sound where every song is like a tree, a stone or a ray of sunlight in a Western national park. So, yes, this is just one more Americana record: but no two are ever the same, because the devil is in the detail and in the personality of the artist. Hiatt's voice, which resembles that of a southern Dylan; his songs, which are like scrawlings on a roadmap (Mississippi Phone Booth, I’m In Ashville…); and his taste for writing characters: bundled together all proves that he richly deserves his reputation as a grand old songwriter. Two years after the release of a big retrospective box set of his recordings for New West, this latest album shows that John Hiatt isn't ready for retirement just yet. © Stéphane Deschamps/Qobuz

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