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Artist: Rodney Crowell Release: Street Language Released: 1986 Label: Columbia Catalog#: CK40116 Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue Country: USA Style: Americana,country,rock 01. Let Freedom Ring [0:04:33.46] 02. Ballad of Fast Eddie [0:03:50.82] 03. When I'm Free Again [0:03:50.80] 04. She Loves The Jerk [0:03:38.53] 05. When The Blue Hour Comes [0:04:15.84] 06. Oh King Richard [0:04:18.09] 07. Looking for You [0:04:36.17] 08. Stay (Don't Be Cruel) [0:03:51.40] 09. The Best I Can [0:02:44.69] 10. Last Like a Mask [0:04:12.77] With Street Language Rodney Crowell created an awkward country-soul hybrid. Working with organist Booker T. Jones, Billy Joe Walker, and John Hiatt -- who he also covers -- Crowell doesn't quite realize his concept. Although the songs are usually quite good, the sound of the record is forced and hamfisted. At the very least, the album suggested that Crowell was at his best when he was at his most direct. And he became direct on his next album, Diamonds & Dirt.
|Rodney Crowell - 1986 - Street Language [FLAC]/01 - Let Freedom Ring.flac||32.039 MB|
|Rodney Crowell - 1986 - Street Language [FLAC]/02 - Ballad of Fast Eddie.flac||24.908 MB|
|Rodney Crowell - 1986 - Street Language [FLAC]/03 - When I'm Free Again.flac||22.72 MB|