Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by xOJakeXo, Jun 18, 2018.
That’s actually pretty good
Stevie’s ad libs in those last 40 seconds are everything
I'm quietly enjoying these tracks. I'm overally excited for the album but I think it will be pretty fun listening through. Though I don't think I've seen any official release date yet?
Apparently 30th August is the album release date
Madame X is a Sheryl Crow stan.
What is the point of having so many guests on the same show? They'll barely be able to say the name of whatever they're plugging before the show is finished.
Sheryl nailed her Glastonbury set. Great setlist and she really interacted well with the audience. Pro!
I need to see her live.
I'm enjoying the album more than I thought I would. Taken as a whole, it's nice to hear the different styles and artists. Keeps it interesting.
The Emmylou duet is gorgeous. Also loving "Story Of Everything" and "Beware of Darkness".
Oh, I must confess to being a little disappointed. 17 track was too many songs and there's definitely a lot of filler here. Stuff like Cross Creek Road, Everything Is Broken, The Worst and Border Lord just seem to meander along, never really going anywhere.
01. Tell Me When It's Over
02. Prove You Wrong
03. Live Wire
04. Story of Everything
05. Wouldn't Want to Be Like You
06. Lonely Alone
07. Still the Good Old Days
09. Nobody's Perfect
10. Flying Blind
11. Beware of Darkness
12.For the Sake of Love
The above would have made for a strong track-listing and solid record.
For the Sake of Love is a definite highlight.
I'm just getting round to listening to this, it's nice and definitely a masterclass in country/rock music from all involved which you would expect from some of the names featured. But just because it's well crafted doesn't mean it's a good album. There's certainly a lot of forgettable and uninspired tracks I could do without even though they're decently produced.
THIS is how she should have rerecorded "Redemption Day" fuck Johnny Cash honestly.
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