Download You Belong To Me - Steve Earle - Copperhead Road (Cassette, Album)
1988
Label: MCA Records - 255 935-4 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock


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You Belong To Me - Steve Earle - Copperhead Road (Cassette, Album)

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  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Copperhead Road on Discogs. Label: Uni Records - UNIC-7 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Country, Country Rock4/5(5).
  • Copperhead Road Steve Earle Country · Preview SONG You Belong to Me. 7. More by Steve Earle. Guitar Town Essential Steve Earle Townes Washington Square Serenade Terraplane.
  • You Belong to Me Lyrics: Lately I've been feeling a little uneasy / So I run straight home to you / It's been cold as hell and you just can't tell / What a girl might do / I made a whole lot of.
  • Copperhead Road is the third album by country rock star Steve Earle who had fell out with Nashville so went to Memphis to record it. Released in it reached no 7 on the Country Album chart although no songs were released as singles in the U.S/5().
  • Steve Earle and Nashville had had just about enough of one another once it came time for him to cut his third album in Earle's first two albums, Guitar Town and Exit 0, had sold well and earned enthusiastic reviews, but his stubborn refusal to make nice, his desire to make more rock-influenced albums, and the faint but clear Leftism in his populist lyrical stance made him no friends at.
  • Copperhead Road is the third studio album by Steve Earle, released in The album is often referred to as Earle's first "rock record"; Earle himself calls it the world's first blend of heavy metal and bluegrass, and the January 26, review of the album by Rolling Stone suggested that the style be called "power twang.".
  • Copperhead Road is the third studio album by Steve Earle, released in The album is often referred to as Earle’s first “rock record”; Earle himself calls it the world’s first blend of.
  • About Copperhead Road "Copperhead Road" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Steve Earle. It was released in as the first single and title track from his third studio album of the same name.
  • Steve Earle is a big name in the business of country music, but don't let that tag fool you. Though his early albums owed a lot to the twangy sounds of the Nashville crowd, he is best known for popularising the crossing over of country with rock influences which would land him comparisons with the likes of Bruce Springsteen, John Cougar Mellencamp, Ronnie Van Zant and Bob Dylan.

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