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Here We Rest

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Alabama Pines
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Go It Alone
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We've Met
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Codeine
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Stopping By
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Daisy Mae
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The Ballad of Nobeard
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Never Could Believe
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Heart on a String
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Save It for Sunday
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Tour of Duty
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 39:37

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Great 3rd album

conesnail

I loved his first album (mostly with the truckers). I wasn't that big a fan of his second (the first 400 unit album). I think that this one's great. It's laid back and less rockin, but it's still great. This is clearly a much better band than 400 unit 1.0. I think its better than Go Go Boots. Jason's back! Conesnail

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excellent

MusicalOmnivore

Driving, melodic, engaging, gritty, soulful. excellent songwriting, definitely for anyone who likes JI songs on Dirty South. not saying this is better, its just very very good in its own right. so is his last one.

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Best Isbell Title since DBT

TheLynx

Overall a better album than his last two, but his best work is still with the Truckers on The Dirty South record.

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Never fails to deliver the goods

gryponreality

I love the stories in his songs, the people that populate them are so vividly portrayed, and no one else since Roy Orbison has truly made you feel the loneliness of a broken heart the way Isbell can. Here's to you, Jason...long may you run.

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