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 Post subject: Re: Jason Isbell
PostPosted: Tue July 28, 2020 11:49 am 
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New release Live at the Alabama Theatre - Birmingham, AL - 1​/​20​/​18
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oasisfan35 wrote:
New release Live at the Alabama Theatre - Birmingham, AL - 1​/​20​/​18
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Listening to this now...great show. Good to hear "Try" again.


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Hot take: I like the shows without Amanda more than the shows with Amanda. Would Jason have a fiddler in the band if he weren't married to one? I doubt it.

I love her solo stuff though. She's a fantastic writer.


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I like both. No fiddle shows are more rockin and have more guitar interplay but the shows with Amanda just seem more like a band firing on all cylinders. Her voice isn’t great but it’s a lot better than Sadler handing backup vox.


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man. 2020 can really fuck off.

Loved Harlem River Blues and was just listening to Saintt of Lost Causes yesterday morning


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Amanda Shires, Jason Isbell Share The Problem For International Safe Abortion Day

The wife/husband duo will donate proceeds from the sales of The Problem to the Alabama-based reproductive justice organization Yellowhammer Fund.


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New single out?


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Wasn't really feeling the new single. Cool violin and all, but meh.


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Official Release Live at Shoals Theatre: Cooley, Hood, Isbell (June 15, 2014)

Bandcamp: https://tinyurl.com/y27r7g7m


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Official Release Live at Shoals Theatre: Cooley, Hood, Isbell (June 15, 2014)

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Very cool. I think this was a benefit they did to help with a friend's medical bills. Never thought it would be released.


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They released 'Live from Welcome to 1979' on Bandcamp today. Live in studio covers of Can't You Hear Me Knockin, Sway, Atlantic City, Heart on a String, Storm Windows and others. Worth the $10.


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