Earle, Steve

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Copperhead Road
New - LP - UNI 7
Sealed 1988 Original With Copper Colored Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. Steve Earle Always Played Hard Country Music With The Swagger Of A Rock & Roll Star, So It Made Sense That He Would Take A Detour Out Of Nashville, Both Literally And Figuratively. On Copperhead Road, Earle Opted To Record In Memphis And Veered Away From Mainstream Country In Several Directions At Once — Into Potent Hard Rock (Most Notably On The Superb Title Song, Which Became His First Rock Radio Hit), As Well As Irish Folk (With The Pogues Backing Earle On "Johnny Come Lately"), And Even Bluegrass (Virtuoso Acoustic Pickers Sam Bush And Jerry Douglas Sit In On "Nothing But A Child"). If Copperhead Road Lacked A Bit Of The Tight Focus Of His Acclaimed Debut Guitar Town, It Had Energy, Firepower, And Smart-Ass Humor To Spare (Along With Earle's Always-Superb Songs), And It Made Clear That Steve Earle Had The Stuff To Be A Contender In Rock & Roll, If That Was What He Wanted. more
Copperhead Road
Used - LP - UNI 7
Hard To Find 1988 Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. Steve Earle Always Played Hard Country Music With The Swagger Of A Rock & Roll Star, So It Made Sense That He Would Take A Detour Out Of Nashville, Both Literally And Figuratively. On Copperhead Road, Earle Opted To Record In Memphis And Veered Away From Mainstream Country In Several Directions At Once — Into Potent Hard Rock (Most Notably On The Superb Title Song, Which Became His First Rock Radio Hit), As Well As Irish Folk (With The Pogues Backing Earle On "Johnny Come Lately"), And Even Bluegrass (Virtuoso Acoustic Pickers Sam Bush And Jerry Douglas Sit In On "Nothing But A Child"). If Copperhead Road Lacked A Bit Of The Tight Focus Of His Acclaimed Debut Guitar Town, It Had Energy, Firepower, And Smart-Ass Humor To Spare (Along With Earle's Always-Superb Songs), And It Made Clear That Steve Earle Had The Stuff To Be A Contender In Rock & Roll, If That Was What He Wanted. more
Copperhead Road
Used - LP - UNI 7
Hard To Find 1988 Original; Europadisk Pressing. Jacket EX; Vibrant & Glossy With Two Tiny Corner Dings. With Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Hype Sticker Affixed On The Cover Plus A Gold Promo Stamp On The Back. Steve Earle Always Played Hard Country Music With The Swagger Of A Rock & Roll Star, So It Made Sense That He Would Take A Detour Out Of Nashville, Both Literally And Figuratively. On Copperhead Road, Earle Opted To Record In Memphis And Veered Away From Mainstream Country In Several Directions At Once — Into Potent Hard Rock (Most Notably On The Superb Title Song, Which Became His First Rock Radio Hit), As Well As Irish Folk (With The Pogues Backing Earle On "Johnny Come Lately"), And Even Bluegrass (Virtuoso Acoustic Pickers Sam Bush And Jerry Douglas Sit In On "Nothing But A Child"). If Copperhead Road Lacked A Bit Of The Tight Focus Of His Acclaimed Debut Guitar Town, It Had Energy, Firepower, And Smart-Ass Humor To Spare (Along With Earle's Always-Superb Songs), And It Made Clear That Steve Earle Had The Stuff To Be A Contender In Rock & Roll, If That Was What He Wanted. more
Early Tracks
New - LP - FE 39226
Sealed, Hard To Find 1987 Original With Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Early Tracks
Used - LP - FE 39226
Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl. Looks Unplayed. more
El Corazon
New - LP - 46789-1
First Time On Vinyl, Sealed 2017 Black Friday RSD Exclusive, Limited Edition Original. Includes A Lithograph Exclusive To This RSD Edition. Custom Hype Sticker And Silver Foil RSD Sticker On Shrink. more
EP
Used - 12 - 23693
Rare 3 Song EP With Custom Hype Sticker On Front And Gold Promo Stamp On Back. Includes Promo Glossy And One Sheet. Springsteen's "State Trooper" And The Original "Good Ol' Boy" Are Live And Previously Unreleased. more
EP (Someday / State trooper / Good Ol' Boy Gettin' Tough)
New - 12 - 23693
Sealed 1986 3 Song EP Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink-Wrap. Shrink Split Along Top Edege. Springsteen's "State Trooper" And The Original "Good Ol' Boy" Are Live And Previously Unreleased. more
Exit 0
New - LP - 5998
Sealed Original. Tiny Saw Cut. Unable To Confirm Which Plant It Was Pressed At. "Steve Earle Once Told A Reporter That After Listening To The Final Mix Of 1987's Exit 0, He And His Band Hopped On Their Tour Bus And Played Yet Another Gig That Night, Which Is What They'd Been Doing During Most Of Their Time Off From Recording Sessions. Exit 0 Was Recorded With Earle's Road Band, The Dukes, Instead Of The Usual Team Of Nashville Session Pros, And As A Consequence It Boasts A Leaner, Tougher Sound Than His Debut, Guitar Town, Though The Slightly Slick Cookie-cutter Production By Tony Brown, Emory Gordy, Jr., And Richard Bennett Saps A Bit Of The Music's Power. The Album Features A Few Great Songs, Including "I Ain't Never Satisfied" (Which Could Practically Be Earle's Theme Song), "The Week Of Living Dangerously," "The Rain Came Down," And "Sweet Little '66," But There's A Faint Hint Of Sophomore Slump To Exit 0 -- "No. 29" Is Far Too Sentimental For Its Own Good, The Doug Sahm Homage "San Antonio Girl" Isn't Nearly As Good As The Songs That Clearly Inspired It, And "Angry Young Man" Feels Like Filler, Something In Short Supply On Most Steve Earle Albums. Exit 0 Is Just Uneven Enough To Qualify As A Genuine Disappointment, Though That's Within The Context Of Earle's Body Of Work; This Is Still Livelier Stuff Than Nearly Anyone In Nashville Was Cranking Out At The Time (Short Of Dwight Yoakam) And The High Points Confirm The Guy Who Wrote "Guitar Town" Had More Fine Tunes Where That Came From." AMG - Mark Deming. more
Guitar Town
New - LP - 5713
Sealed And Very Hard To Find 1986 Vinyl Featuring The Killer Title Track. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Guitar Town
New - LP - MCA 5713
Sealed 1986 Original, Saw Cut, Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. more
Guitar Town
Used - LP - MCA 5713
Hard To Find 1986 Original Featuring The Killer Title Track. Appears Unplayed. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. more
Guitar Town
New - LP - B0024412-01
Sealed 2016 Reissue Of The Roots-Rock Triumph. Steve Earle's Billboard Country Chart-Topping Debut Guitar Town's Title Track Saw Earle Nominated For Two Grammy Awards In 1987 (Best Male Country Vocalist And Best Country Song). more
Guitar Town
Used - LP - MCA 5713
1986 Original Signed By Steve Earl Himself. Featuring The Killer Title Track. Two Corner Creases. more
Hard Way
Used - LP - 6430
Extremely Hard To Find 1990 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. more
I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
Used - LP - NW 5030
2011 Limited Edition 180gm Original With Shrink Still Intact. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Includes Custom Insert. more
I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
New - LP - NW 5030
Sealed 2011 Limited Edition 180gm Original. "According To Steve Earle's Liner Notes For I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive, These 11 Songs Are All "About Mortality In One Way Or Another." Certainly The Title -- After A Song By Hank Williams (Also The Title Of Earle's New Novel) -- Reflects This, But These Songs Bear That Out In Spades. Two Of Them, "God Is God" And "I Am A Wanderer," Were Written For Joan Baez And Appeared On Her Day After Tomorrow Album. Earle's Versions Are Less Stylized, More Worldweary, Ragged, And Poignant. The Former Is A Sobering Anthem Which States Plainly That Human Beings -- Beginning With The Individual -- Are Not The Center Of The Universe; And Strikes At The Heart Of The Conservative Notion Of "American Exceptionalism: "I Believe In God, And God Ain't Us." The Latter Track Is A Plaintive Country Song Whose Protagonists Are Day Laborers, The Homeless, Death Row Inmates, And Society's Castoffs. The Shuffling Rockabilly In "Waitin' On The Sky," With Producer T-Bone Burnett's And Jackson Smith's (Patti's Son) Layered Electric Guitars, Jay Bellerose's Taut Snare, And Sara Watkins' Fiddle, Highlight The Genuine Irony In Earle's Words. The Hillbilly Blues Inform "Hey Little Emperor," And The Lyrics Disguise In Pointed Humor A Deeper Anger. "Molly-O" Is An Old-school Murder Ballad That Offers Evidence Of A Larger Darkness Than The Crime. "The Gulf Of Mexico" Begins With Earle Singing A Cappella And Becomes An Uptempo, Lonesome Celtic Ballad Texturally Adorned By Greg Leisz's Pedal Steel. A Song Of Workers And Travelers Who Quest For Basic Sustenance, It Describes The Cost Of Doing So. Allison Moorer Sings With Earle On The Bluesy, Broken Love Song "Heaven Or Hell"; Its Martial Drumbeat Outlines The Deathly Seriousness In The Narrative. "Meet Me In The Alleyway" Is A An Electric, Streetwise, Cut-time Shuffle À La Tom Waits, With Spooky Guitar Interplay Between Smith And Burnett. The Folk Song "Lonely Are The Free" Could Have Been The Album's Subtitle As Mortality Haunts Its Every Phrase. The Set Closes With "This City," Written For And Performed In The HBO Series Treme; It's Just As Powerful Without Cinematic Images, Thanks To The Lyric And Allen Toussaint's Forlorn, Soulful Horn Arrangement. I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive's Lone Downer Is Burnett's Unnecessarily Heavy-Handed Production. That Said, Earle's Vocals Front And Center In A Brilliant Song Cycle Transcend It." AMG - Thom Jurek. more
Johnny Come Lately
Used - 12 - MCAT 1301
1988 UK 45rpm 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. B/W "Nebraska (Live)" And "Nothing But A Child." Rare. more
Just An American Boy
New - LP - 562332-1
Sealed 2017 Release, With Custom Hype Sticker. First Time On Vinyl. Small Shrink Tear. more
Other Kind
Used - 12 - WMCAT 1426
1990 UK Advance Promo 4-Track 45RPM Promo Copy In Generic Black Sleeve. Appears Unplayed. Songs Are "The Other Kind," "West Nashville Boogie," And Live Versions Of "Guitar Town" And The Stones' "Dead Flowers." more
Sidetracks
New - LP - 562330-1
Sealed 2017 First Time On Vinyl. Custom Hype Sticker. Includes Printed Inner Sleeve Containing Credits And Track Notes. more
Someday
Used - 12 - MCA-23693
1987 3-Song EP Original. Springsteen's "State Trooper" And The Original "Good Ol' Boy" Are Live And Previously Unreleased. more
Someday / State Trooper / Good Ol' Boy (Gettin' Tough)
Used - 12 - 23693
1986 3 Track EP, COH. Springsteen's "State Trooper" And The Original "Good Ol' Boy" Are Live And Previously Unreleased. more
Townes
New - LP - NW 5022
Sealed 2009 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Features The Songs of Townes Van Zandt. more
Townes
New - LP - NW 5022
Sealed 2009 Limited Edition 180gm 2LP Gatefold Audio Mastered For Vinyl. Features The Songs of Townes Van Zandt. more
Townes
New - LP - NW 5022
Sealed 2009 Limited Edition 180gm 2LP Gatefold Audio Mastered For Vinyl. Features The Songs of Townes Van Zandt. more
Townes The Basics
New - LP - NW 5087
New, Unplayed 2014 Record Store Day Exclusive 180gm HQ Original. Small Pen Mark On Top Front Cover. Embossed Cover, Limited Edition, Hand Numbered Edition Of 2,000. In 2009 Steve Earle Released An Album Of Townes Van Zandt Songs. It Began As Solo Guitar And Vocal Tracks Recorded In October 2008 In New York City. Other Instruments Were Added Later In Subsequent Sessions For The Album In New York, Nashville And Los Angeles. Those Original Recordings-The Basics-Were Released On A Limited Edition Bonus CD With The Townes Album And Are Available Here For The First Time On Vinyl. more
Train A Comin'
New - CD - 46355
Recommended. more
Washington Square Serenade
New - LP - NW 5002
Sealed, Out Of Print 2007 180gm HQ Original From One Of America's Finest Singer/Songwriters. more

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