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Simple Gearle

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Waiting
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Wedding Night
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Tears That She Cries
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Next Door Down
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Silly You (Dear Sweet Peggy)
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Simple Gearle
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Losers Weep
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Cried My Heart Out
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Weekend Runaways
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Show Me How
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If It Weren't for You
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In My Way (For Frances)
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Just Another Day
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 53:26

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"crackpot, idiot?"

citizenjonathan

what, 'John Walker's blues'? A song from a perspective means that's the author's thoughts? So then he's sentenced to death because he wrote "Over Yonder." You should be banned from listening to music. Or does it hit too close, since your agenda is just cheating on your taxes and sending off the poor to fight our rich men's war?

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Sadly lacking

Ole'rustyrocks

Isn't it about time emusic gave it's customers in the Uk the same oportunities as its other clients? would love to download this great album!

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Nice start, need more like her

RandCamp

A emo-country vibe told by a real gal. I miss brother Steve's social relevance, but these are tales of a life fully lived. And now we have the extended Earle clan -- some blood, some marriage -- forging a modern day roots music dynasty in Carter/Cash mold: Earle the Elder, wife Allison Moorer, Steve's son Justin Townes, sister Stacey & husband Mark Stuart. Damn, that's quite a band.

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Sweet Sister

theoldprudesmusicreview

Unlike her somewhat talented but utterly crackpot brother whose music is tainted by his idiot ideas, Ms. Earle sings with some sweetness, beauty and consistency, forbearing the ugliness that passes for edginess. Give a listen.

They Say All Music Guide

On her auspicious debut album, Stacey Earle, younger sister of country-rock icon Steve Earle, comes across as a rough-hewn blend of Emmylou Harris and Nanci Griffith. Her music is a folk-country hybrid, and is just the sort of thing that label executives in Nashville don’t want to acknowledge exists in their vicinity. Her songs are exclusively about the relationships between women and men. These aren’t narratives so much as finely drawn descriptions of emotional responses to situations. The emotions seem real, and drawn from experience, perhaps because they are ambiguous enough to sound like honest attempts to describe the indescribable. The sparse instrumentation aids Earle’s knowing vocals in getting the emotions across. One of the most immediately appealing songs on the album is “Cried My Heart Out,” a smart song about lost love. Driven by a steady groove and some nifty lead guitar work, this could conceivably get slicked up and become a hit for one of the pretty girls who populate Nashville these days. Simple Gearle has an immediacy and an honesty that is rare these days; Stacey Earle is a real treasure. – Martin Monkman

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