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Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit|Reunions

Reunions

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

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Reunions arrives a month after the death of John Prine — a mentor of Jason Isbell, who does his memory proud. You hear inspiration in the smart, heartfelt lyrics, some of the best of Isbell's Americana career. The wistful "Dreamsicle" evokes how divorce colors childhood ("new sneakers on the high school court and you swore you'd be there"), and Isbell has said he's particularly proud of "Running With Our Eyes Closed": "It took forever to get you to trust me/Like I was feeding a bird from my hand." And while Isbell's voice is singular — the way his Alabama accent shapes the vowels of "demo tape" on "Only Children" is pure Southern Comfort — there are touchstones both obvious (the noir, Mark Knopfler-like guitar on the terrific "Overseas") and surprising: a Killers echo on "What've I Done to Help" and "It Gets Easier," about the realities of sobriety. Amanda Shires (Isbell’s wife) again lends fiddle and harmony. With its appealing '80s college rock vibe, "Be Afraid" sounds lifted from her great album To The Sunset; it’s one of the most fun inspired takes on an album full of them. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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1
What've I Done to Help
00:06:40

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

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Dreamsicle
00:03:44

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

3
Only Children
00:03:57

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

4
Overseas
00:05:07

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

5
Running with Our Eyes Closed
00:03:42

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

6
River
00:03:22

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

7
Be Afraid
00:03:19

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

8
St. Peter's Autograph
00:04:10

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

9
It Gets Easier
00:03:47

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

10
Letting You Go
00:03:22

Dave Cobb, Producer - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, MainArtist - Southeastern Records Publishing (BMI - Admin by Downtown Music Publishing), MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers (P) 2020 Southeastern Records marketed and distributed by Thirty Tigers

Album Description

Reunions arrives a month after the death of John Prine — a mentor of Jason Isbell, who does his memory proud. You hear inspiration in the smart, heartfelt lyrics, some of the best of Isbell's Americana career. The wistful "Dreamsicle" evokes how divorce colors childhood ("new sneakers on the high school court and you swore you'd be there"), and Isbell has said he's particularly proud of "Running With Our Eyes Closed": "It took forever to get you to trust me/Like I was feeding a bird from my hand." And while Isbell's voice is singular — the way his Alabama accent shapes the vowels of "demo tape" on "Only Children" is pure Southern Comfort — there are touchstones both obvious (the noir, Mark Knopfler-like guitar on the terrific "Overseas") and surprising: a Killers echo on "What've I Done to Help" and "It Gets Easier," about the realities of sobriety. Amanda Shires (Isbell’s wife) again lends fiddle and harmony. With its appealing '80s college rock vibe, "Be Afraid" sounds lifted from her great album To The Sunset; it’s one of the most fun inspired takes on an album full of them. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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