They All Leave Town - John Hiatt - Perfectly Good Guitar (CD)

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  1. UK CD reissue. Perfectly Good Guitar was singer/songwriter John Hiatt's 11th album, originally released in It was Hiatt's highest charting album ever in the US (#47), Canada (#34), the UK (#67), the Netherlands (#13), and Sweden (#11). The European edition of the album contains the bonus track 'I'll Never Get Over You'/5(66).
  2. For all of his ability to rock out, John Hiatt's records usually have more of a soul and/or country feel to them, which makes 's Perfectly Good Guitar something of an anomaly: This is the most consistently rock & roll-oriented album of Hiatt's career.5/
  3. Perfectly Good Guitar: Cross My Fingers: Something Wild: They All Leave Town: Little Goodnight: Perfectly Good Guitar (Acoustic Version) True Believer: Too Live To Leave: Dust Down A Country Road: Cry Love: Graduated: Love In Flames: Don't Know Much About Love: Icy Blue Heart (Live) Angel Eyes (Live) Your Dad Did (Live) Georgia Rae (Acoustic /5(31).
  4. John Hiatt (born on August 20, in Indianapolis, Indiana, U.S.) is an American blues and rock guitarist, pianist, and singer-songwriter. He has been nominated for eleven Grammy Awards. Hiatt's sales have never quite matched hi read more.
  5. Perfectly Good Guitar: Cross My Fingers: Something Wild: They All Leave Town: Little Goodnight: Perfectly Good Guitar (Acoustic Version) True Believer: Too Live To Leave: Dust Down A Country Road: Cry Love: Graduated: Love In Flames: Don't Know Much About Love: Icy Blue Heart (Live) Angel Eyes (Live) Your Dad Did .
  6. John Hiatt's sales have never quite matched his reputation. Hiatt's songs were covered successfully by everyone from Bonnie Raitt, Ronnie Milsap, and Dr. Feelgood to Iggy Pop, Three Dog Night, and the Neville Brothers, yet it took him 13 years to rea.
  7. This three-disc set features tracks from throughout that career, beginning with early material, then running through the s and s, and out into the new century. A good songwriter knows that a good song will have a life of its own -- Hiatt has written an awful lot of those. This set offers 57 of them.
  8. Perfectly good guitar there and back again there's a lady with a monkey on this train unreleased demo there's no place I rather be they all leave town: perfectly good guitar b-side: thing called love: Bring the family: things i think about at work: "yes dear" tv show: think it over 80's: unreleased demo thinking of you.
  9. Perfectly Good Guitar is singer-songwriter John Hiatt 's eleventh album, released in It was his last studio album with A&M Records, despite it being Hiatt's highest charting album in the US (#47), Canada (#34), the UK (#67), the Netherlands (#13), and Sweden (#11).