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Lowe Country: The Songs of Nick Lowe


Download links and information about Lowe Country: The Songs of Nick Lowe. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Country genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 42:55 minutes.

Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Country
Tracks: 13
Duration: 42:55
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No. Title Length
1. Lately I've Let Things Slide (Caitlin Rose) 3:14
2. Don't Lose Your Grip On Love (The Parson Red Heads) 3:53
3. All Men Are Liars (Rob Ellis) 3:30
4. I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass (Amanda Shires) 3:25
5. Marie Provost (JEFF The Brotherhood) 2:53
6. (I'm Gonna Start) Living Again If It Kills Me (Hayes Carll) 3:19
7. Lover Don't Go (Erin Enderlin) 4:10
8. When I Write the Book (The Unsinkable Boxer) 3:18
9. You Make Me (Colin Gilmore) 2:40
10. Heart of the City (Chatham County Line) 3:18
11. What's Shakin' On the Hill (Lori McKenna) 3:43
12. Cracking Up (Griffin House) 2:48
13. Where Is My Everything? (Ron Sexsmith) 2:44



Nick Lowe has been recording underrated pop, roots rock, and country/R&B tunes since the '70s. This country-tinged tribute to him is said to benefit victims of the 2010 Nashville floods and Texas wildfires. As an album, it's an interesting and mild take on his diverse catalog, with plenty of twang to go around. Caitlin Rose takes a delicate read on the resignation and regret lurking within "Lately I've Let Things Slide." Robert Ellis adds a Bakersfield twist to "All Men Are Liars." Amanda Shires slows and strips down "I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass" in a way no one could have predicted. Jeff the Brotherhood kicks up the dust for a frenetic take on "Marie Provost." Hayes Carll evokes what it might have sounded like had Townes Van Zandt attempted "(I'm Gonna Start) Living Again If It Kills Me." Chatham County Line turns in a banjo-and-fiddle version of "Heart of the City," while Griffin House turns "Cracking Up" into a noir-scape. Ron Sexsmith takes on "Where Is My Everything?" with his acoustic guitar and unadorned voice for a simple, pleasurable interpretation.