By eleventh hours
Love it. 🙏
When I grow up I want to be like Jason Isbell.
Album is on repeat.
Thank you for the heartfelt wisdom.
Am I the only one getting the joke?
Southeastern & SMTF were amazing albums start to finish. "The Nashville Sound" follows the Nashville pattern of 3 good songs & 7-8 filler tunes.
Political songs? The fella had something weighing on his heart & got it out in song. Maybe it's not a hit or doesn't strike a chord with ya... press fastForward.
It's got 3 songs on it that'll I'll play often. Not his best album, but better than anything being crammed down my throat on country radio.
I love you. Blue dot in Florence, AL.
amazing as always jason..but this time i feel you really tapped into something magnificent with this album, highly highly recommend this album to everyone i know..i feel like he wrote and recorded my life down with this album, thanks for your gift of music jason!
Between good and great
Now that I've listened to the whole record, there are definately some tracks that I prefer over others. I personally tend to like the more energetic tunes, but some of the more quiet songs are poignant and beautiful. Lyrically, the whole record is stellar. The criticisms of the content (here on iTunes) are unfounded. Jason writes from an honest and vulnerable heart. What more can you ask of an artist? ... The only track I don't care much for is "Chaos and Clothes", but that's because I don't like the production choice of the double vocal.
Pains me to say but it's a disappointment
I am a major Isbell fan and listen to his music on repeat. He is a lyrical genius. Unfortunately this cd missed the mark. It sounds like he was watching the DNC convention while writing it, and the lyrics don't resonate with me at all. Vampires and Tupelo are okay, but that's it
Great as usual. Felt like he was writing to me personally. Can't wait to see some of these songs live!
Another amazing album
Committed, intelligent, emotional music. Which is why some people who don't like his politics are dissing him. Somehow, Dylan, Guthrie, Seeger, Springsteen, Neil Young, CSN and lots of others seemed to do just fine. Don't like it, don't buy it. It's still a fantastic album.
Isbell at his finest
By Total garbage!!!! This is
He & the 400 Unit sound great as always.
Isbell is a lyrical genius.
Another killer album from Jason & the Unit
Ignore the 1-star reviews. Yes, this is different from his last release. Yes, it is different from any of his previous material. He is growing and developing as an artist, and he has been through a TON of $h!+ in his life, dating back to before his run with DBT (ANOTHER GREAT BAND, btw), and his music is evolving with his experiences. Give this a listen, and then go find the rest of his music and listen to it. While you are at it, latch onto some Drive-By Truckers, and check out his work with them (Decoration Day, The Dirty South, A Blessing and a Curse, The Fine Print). I hope you fall in love with both Isbell & DBT. And go see them both live. Great shows, and awesome fans.