John Hiatt - Slow Turning / Already Loved FLAC album
From the Dave Letterman show - the DL band and Sonny Landreth on slide. Funny how you can tell that the musicians actually enjoy themself.
Slow Turning - John Hiatt. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией.
John Hiatt – Slow Turning. Selo: A&M Records – CDA 5206. País: UK. Lançado: 1988. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Piano, Vocals – Hiatt. Art Direction – Jeff Gold. Backing Vocals – Ashley Cleveland, Dennis Locorriere. Bass – David "Now" Ranson. Design – Chuck Beeson, Mary Maurer. Drums, Tambourine – Ken Blevins. Engineer – Larry Hirsch.
Band Name John Hiatt. Album Name Slow Turning. 6. Georgia Rae. 7. Ride Along. 9. It'll Come to You. 10. Is Anybody There? 11. Paper Thin. Other productions from John Hiatt. Terms of My Surrender.
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Download Slow Turning by John Hiatt in high-resolution audio at ProStudioMasters. Slow Turning was Hiatt's ninth album and its 2018 release celebrate this album's 30th anniversary. The song Tennessee Plates was used in the soundtrack for well-known movie Thelma and Louise. 192 kHz, 24-bit, 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – A&M Records Studio Masters. This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.
Slow Turning was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's ninth album, released in 1988. It provided Hiatt's only significant radio hit with the title track, which features the memorable line "I'm yelling at the kids in the back, 'cause they're banging like Charlie Watts". The single "Slow Turning" was also featured in the 2002 motion picture drama the "The Rookie" which starred Dennis Quaid. Slow Turning was singer-songwriter John Hiatt's ninth album, released in 1988.
Trudy and Dave, 04:25. Is Anybody There?, 05:02.
Slow Turning" lyrics. When I was a boy, I thought it just came to ya' But I never could tell what's mine So it didn't matter anyway. My only pride and joy Was this racket down here Bangin' on an old guitar And singin' what I had to say. I always thought our house was haunted But nobody said boo to me I never did get what I wanted Now I get what I need. It's been a slow turnin' From the inside out A slow turnin' But you come about.
But Slow Turning is also an album of hard-won lessons about life and love, placing a subtle but pronounced emphasis on the nuts and bolts of family life with the mingled joys and annoyances of parenthood dominating both "Georgia Rae" and the title cut, and the newfound maturity that made Bring the Family so special is still very much in evidence.
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- Matrix / Runout (Label A Side): MX-70389
- Matrix / Runout: MX-70390
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|390 368-2||John Hiatt||Slow Turning (CD, Single)||A&M Records||390 368-2||Netherlands||1988|