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Copperhead Road [Deluxe Edition]
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Album: Copperhead Road [Deluxe Edition]
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Copperhead Road Album Version More Info... 4:30
2)    Snake Oil Album Version More Info... 3:31
3)    Back To The Wall Album Version More Info... 5:27
4)    The Devil's Right Hand Album Version More Info... 3:01
5)    Johnny Come Lately Album Version More Info... 4:11
6)    Even When I'm Blue Album Version More Info... 4:13
7)    You Belong To Me Album Version More Info... 4:24
8)    Waiting On You Album Version More Info... 5:10
9)    Once You Love Album Version More Info... 4:39
10)    Nothing But A Child Album Version More Info... 4:26
  Disc 2
1)    The Devil's Right Hand 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:02
2)    Fearless Heart 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:32
3)    San Antonio Girl 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:23
4)    Nobody But You/Continental Trailways Blues 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 6:26
5)    My Baby Worships Me 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 3:33
6)    Wheels 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:45
7)    The Week Of Living Dangerously 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 7:26
8)    Johnny Come Lately 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 3:55
9)    Brown And Root 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 3:46
10)    I Love You Too Much 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:28
11)    It's All Up To You 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 6:11
12)    Nebraska Live More Info... 5:21
13)    Copperhead Road 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 4:08
14)    I Ain't Ever Satisfied 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 3:52
15)    Dead Flowers 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 5:36
16)    Little Sister 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 3:15
17)    Guitar Town 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 2:36
 

Album: Copperhead Road [Deluxe Edition]
# Song Title   Time
  Disc 1
1)    Copperhead Road Album Version More Info... 4:30
2)    Snake Oil Album Version More Info... 3:31
3)    Back To The Wall Album Version More Info... 5:27
4)    The Devil's Right Hand Album Version More Info... 3:01
5)    Johnny Come Lately Album Version More Info... 4:11
6)    Even When I'm Blue Album Version More Info... 4:13
7)    You Belong To Me Album Version More Info... 4:24
8)    Waiting On You Album Version More Info... 5:10
9)    Once You Love Album Version More Info... 4:39
10)    Nothing But A Child Album Version More Info... 4:26
  Disc 2
1)    The Devil's Right Hand 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:02
2)    Fearless Heart 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:32
3)    San Antonio Girl 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:23
4)    Nobody But You/Continental Trailways Blues 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 6:26
5)    My Baby Worships Me 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 3:33
6)    Wheels 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:45
7)    The Week Of Living Dangerously 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 7:26
8)    Johnny Come Lately 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 3:55
9)    Brown And Root 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 3:46
10)    I Love You Too Much 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 4:28
11)    It's All Up To You 1987/Live in Raleigh, NC More Info... 6:11
12)    Nebraska Live More Info... 5:21
13)    Copperhead Road 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 4:08
14)    I Ain't Ever Satisfied 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 3:52
15)    Dead Flowers 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 5:36
16)    Little Sister 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 3:15
17)    Guitar Town 1989/Live In Calgary More Info... 2:36
 
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Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Steve Earle (vocals, guitar, guitars, mandolin, harmonica, 6-string bass); Harry Stinson (vocals); Donnie Roberts (guitar, guitars, bass guitar, 6-string bass); Michael McAdam (guitar); Bill Lloyd (acoustic guitar, electric 12-string guitar, 12-string guitar); Bucky Baxter (lap steel guitar, pedal steel guitar, dobro); Mark O'Connor (violin, unknown instrument); Edgar Meyer (bass violin, unknown instrument); James Fearnley (accordion); John Jarvis (piano); Ken Moore (organ, keyboards, synthesizer); Kelly Looney (bass guitar); Custer (drums); Chris Birkett (drum programming); The Pogues (unknown instrument); Radney Foster (background vocals).
  • Additional personnel: Philip Chevron (vocals, guitar); Spider Stacy (vocals, tin whistle); Jerry Douglas (dobro); Shane MacGowan (banjo, bodhran); Jem Finer (banjo); Terry Woods (cittern); Neill MacColl , Sam Bush (mandolin); James Fearmley (accordion); Darryl Hunt (bass guitar); Andrew Ranken (drums); John Cowan, Maria McKee (background vocals); Telluride.
  • Audio Mixer: Joe Hardy.
  • Liner Note Author: Chris Morris.
  • Recording information: Arden Studios, Memphis, TN; Livingstone Studios, London, England.
  • Photographer: Robert Matheu.
  • Unknown Contributor Role: June Beard.
  • Steve Earle was on a roll in the mid-1980s; crashing onto a dilapidated country scene with his rock-influenced vitality, he turned out three classic albums in three years. His third, COPPERHEAD ROAD, is possibly the most accomplished. Here Earle streamlines his roughneck country-rock sound for maximum impact, and hones his sociopolitical songwriting to balance perfectly with his more personal offerings. The title tune, a tale about a Vietnam-vet drug-runner, was a surprise crossover hit, widening Earle's pop profile. "Devil's Right Hand," another Earle signature tune, is as powerful an anti-gun song as you're likely to hear.
  • Earle was growing musically as well; he's backed by Irish folk-punks the Pogues on "Johnny Come Lately," and by bluegrass supergroup Telluride on "Nothing But a Child," hinting at the eclecticism of his later releases. With COPPERHEAD ROAD definitively proving his consistency, Earle permanently ascended into the upper echelon of American singer/songwriters, leaving the early "country Springsteen" claims behind forever.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.86) - 3.5 stars out of 5 -- "Tony Brown's bright heartland-rock production provides a stark contrast to Earle's gritty lyrics....[Earle's] passionate, solo-acoustic delivery of Bruce Springsteen's 'Nebraska' is sublime."

Q (Magazine) (p.121) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he title track and 'The Devil's Right Hand' remain Earle staples..."

Mojo (Publisher) (6/00, p.43) - "...The best of his early albums, characterized by the rock hard 'Devil's Right Hand' and 'Snake Oil'..."

Record Collector (magazine) (p.90) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Its real strength still lies in the performances of Earle and his band, matching superbly rough-edged musicianship with heartfelt emotion in a way which brings to mind the very different but equally committed matching of Neil Young and Crazy Horse."
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