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Nothing's Gonna Change The Way You Feel About Me Now [CD]

Justin Townes Earle Audio CD
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Justin Townes Earle is an anomaly. He’s tall as the day is long, all angles and elbows and a hard stare, both welcoming and deadly serious. He’s Nashville North, all set up in lower Manhattan now, just like his hero Woody Guthrie, with twang and charm intact.

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  • Audio CD (26 Mar 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Bloodshot
  • ASIN: B006ZJTNPI
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 53,570 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Am I That Lonely Tonight?
2. Look the Other Way
3. Nothing s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now
4. Baby s Got a Bad Idea
5. Maria
6. Down on the Lower East Side
7. Won t Be the Last Time
8. Memphis in the Rain
9. Unfortunately, Anna
10. Movin On

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Nothing's Gonna Change The Way You Feel About Me Now is the highly anticipated follow up to the staggeringly good Harlem River Blues.
JTE's new album was recorded completely live at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, NC with many of the same players involved. Amanda Shires joins on fiddle this time though. Skylar Wilson co-produced w/JTE.... it is a decidedly soulful affair, the fingerprints of Memphis are all over it.

BBC Review

Why Nashville-born singer-songwriter Justin Townes Earle isn’t a stadium-packing superstar is a mystery. Country music continues to be one of the largest grossing and persistently Grammy-grabbing genres around, both in the Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch Americana mould and via the younger, glossier version peddled by Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum. Even so, there still seems to be something of a blind spot for its ever-growing band of anti-pop, alternative-leaning acts: artists raised on punk and enveloped in old-school tattoos, now answering the seemingly inbuilt call of traditional folk music sounds by casting their sonic nets back to George Jones, Lefty Frizzell, Hank Williams and Patsy Cline. This brand of – dare we say it? – hipster country, as sung by the likes of Caitlin Rose, Robert Ellis, William Elliott Whitmore and Justin Townes Earle himself, is not just accomplished and exhilarating, but provides a vital, authentic taste of the United States, one steeped in history but simultaneously bang up-to-date.

Earle’s fourth full-length album, Nothing’s Gonna Change the Way You Feel About Me Now, owes much to Muscle Shoals horns and Stax’s southern soul. But it is still very much a country record, not least because of the lyrics, which ruminate on lost love, loneliness and familial strife. Recorded in North Carolina it might have been, but the geography of 2010’s outstanding Harlem River Blues lingers, with Earle offering a nod to his New York City base in the languid Down on the Lower East Side. Here blasé brass invokes Tom Waits’ beatnik jazzman days, dripping with the sticky sultriness of leather-seated lounge bars, smouldering cigarettes and inappropriate dames. Yet he’s willing to travel out of Manhattan now, like on the barrelling Memphis in the Rain, which zings with a full-bodied bluesy shuffle, unapologetic chord progression and whirling organ.

The son of hard-folkin’ singer Steve Earle – and named after his father’s close friend, gifted but troubled Texan troubadour Townes Van Zandt – Earle turned 30 at the start of the year. He doesn’t skip over this landmark, instead lamenting "30 years of running" over honky-tonk harmonica on Movin’ On while insisting that he’s "learning to be a better man" on the buoyant Look the Other Way. Now, is that finally the sound of the stadiums we finally hear calling?

--Justin Townes Earle

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure genius! 20 Aug 2012
By AC_86
Format:Audio CD
JTE does it yet again. I can't understand how his songs aren't played more on the radio but then again many great artists dont get any real airplay. For his fourth full length album JTE has decided to share the Memphis blue's sound with us! I remember when I read that for his next album he was gonna be more bluesy, I was a bit sceptical but I've listened to this album countless times and everytime I hear it it just gets better and better. JTE is 30 and I would label him as a musical genius. His emotions are so raw on this album both lyrically and vocally. He bear's his soul. Seriously, buy this album, you will not regret it. I can't wait for his next album!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Top music 1 May 2012
By TMB
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Excellent album with variety, wonderful lyrics and great musicianship. A couple of the tracks are absolute nuggets. Different in some ways to earlier albums but the same high quality. Can't go wrong at this price and looking forward to seeing JTE again this summer. He is brilliant live too.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent album 14 July 2013
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This young man is extremely talented and the album is very well produced. It is though rather sad and haunting in places.The troubled relationship with his dad seems to be an important theme in his life. None of this detracts from the quality of the album though. Superb.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Sad Sack 27 Mar 2012
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Justin Townes Earle turns his back on the triumph of Harlem River Blues, and dons sackcloth and ashes for this live in the studio effort. Not that his songs are usually joy-filled, but this one is a step down in mood even for young JT. Like his Dad the once great Steve, JT is a bundle of self punishing emotion. Dad hid it, but JT 'can't stand himself alone' and lets you know in every song. The album is recorded with a band, one with good musicians, a few horns, more consistency in production and features a mixed vocal performance from a man who really can sing and play. It seems clear that success has no bearing on young JT Earle, his depression is here to stay - he still blames his father for 'breaking his mother's heart'.

But he can write great, moving simple songs, like Maria, Memphis in the Rain, the title track, Won't be the Last Time. The last half of the album is better than the first half - Moving On and Unfortunately Anna are highlights. It is a short, bittersweet record, played a band you might like to hear live. I'm sure it will grow on me like a rash - all of his other three did. But I can't give it 5 stars - it misses the heights, but avoids plumbing any depths - except the artist's own, unfathomable ones.
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4.0 out of 5 stars above average cd 4 Nov 2012
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solid chill cd. Waay above my expectations. Also great performer live. I have to thank the band of the day app for finding this awesome band for me!
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