Fearless Heart - Steve Earle - Guitar Town (CD, Album)



Label: MCA Records - MCBBD-31305 • Format: CD Album, Repress • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
Fearless Heart - Steve Earle - Guitar Town (CD, Album)

Guitar Town (LP, Album, Club Edition)MCA Records: MCA US: Guitar Town (LP, Album)MCA Records: MCF UK: Guitar Town (Cassette, Album)MCA Records, MCA Records: MCAC, MCAC US: Guitar Town (CD, Album)MCA Records: MCD , DMCL Canada: Guitar Town (LP, Album)MCA Records: Europe:

Drums – Harry Stinson. Engineer [Second] – Keith Odle, Mark J. Coddington *, Robbie Rose, Russ Martin, Tim Kish. Guitar – Richard Bennett, Steve Earle. Management – Dan Gillis. Mandolin – Emory Gordy, Jr. Mastered By – Glenn Meadows. Mixed By – Chuck Ainley *. Organ – Ken Moore. Photography By – Alan Massner/5(7).

Guitar Town is the debut album from singersongwriter Steve Earle. It topped the Billboard country album charts, and the title song reached #7 on the country singles charts. Earle was also nominated for two Grammy Awards, Best Male Country Vocalist and Best Country Song, for the title track. Celebrate the 30th anniversary with this release/5().

Guitar Town is the debut album from singer-songwriter Steve Earle, released on March 5, It topped the Billboard country album charts, and the title song reached #7 on the country singles charts. Earle was also nominated for two Grammy Awards, Best Male Genre: Country rock, rockabilly, Heartland rock.

Guitar Town Steve Earle. Genre: Country Release Date: Explicitness: notExplicit Country: USA Track Count: 10 ℗ MCA Nashville.


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  1. Guitar Town is a Grammy nominated album full of songs that paint a rich portrait of everyday good ol' boys trying to get through life, make the best of whatever hand life has dealt them, act out a little bit, and from time to time have some fun along the way. Steve Earle is a great songwriter and it shows, every song on this album is a gem/5().

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