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Love Gets Strange: Songs of John Hiatt
Genres: Country, Alternative Rock, Folk, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock
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D.C. Hanoy | Athens, Georgia | 12/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"01. Love Gets Strange - Don Dixon
02. Washable Ink - The Neville Brothers
03. She Said The Same Things To Me - Johnny Adams
04. We Ran - Katy Moffatt
05. Pink Bedroom - Rosanne Cash
06. Someplace Where Love Can't Find Me - Marshall Crenshaw
07. Drive South - Kelly Willis
08. Angel Eyes - Jeff Healey Band
09. I'll Never Get Over You - Jo-el Sonnier
10. She Don't Love Nobody - Nick Lowe & His Cowboy Outfit
11. She Loves The Jerk - Rodney Crowell
12. Something Happens - Dave Edmunds
13. Icy Blue Heart - Emmylou Harris
14. Real One, The - John Doe
15. Where Is The Next One Coming From? - Mitch Ryder
16. The Way We Make A Broken Heart - Rosanne Cash
17. Any Single Solitary Heart - Kris McKay
18. Confidence Man - Jeff Healey Band
Graeme Strempel | Perth Western Australia | 11/11/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Very few artists/songwriters ever have enough pull or respect to warrant a tribute album, the fact that John Hiatt has 3 such albums is true testiment to his guiness.
This is the first of the tributes, and I still think the strongest (grab it while you can). The others - Rolling Into Memphis (2000)and It'll Come To You (2003) are also worthwhile getting.
It is the scope of artists that have covered Hiatt songs that sets this and the other albums apart from the run of the mill tributes. Everyone from Iggy Pop to Rosanne Cash, Neville Brothers to Odetta have covered his songs.
On this particular album the opening track 'Love Gets Strange' is a cracker of a version. The closing track 'Confidence Man' done by Jeff Healey is also a highlight. In between is as good a collestion of songs and artists as you are ever likley to find. Other highlights: 'Where Is the Next One Coming From?', 'Washable Ink', 'Someplace Where Love Can't Find Me' and 'Way We Make a Broken Heart'."