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Life, death, love and freedom

Author: John Mellencamp
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA : Hear Music, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Rock music : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Produced by himself and T Bone Burnett, Mellencamp has described his release as a collection of 'modern electric folk songs' with the first single, My Sweet Love.

"**** Out of five...a set of textured, atmospheric folk and country blues that adds up to one of the most compelling albums of Mellencamp's career."--Rolling Stone.

"His voice is gruff and weary, with a craggy matter-of-factness replacing his old swagger."--New York Times.

"Though he may be contemplating mortality, Mellencamp, with his weathered snarl, still sounds remarkably alive."--Entertainment Weekly.  Read more...

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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: John Mellencamp
OCLC Number: 231635338
Notes: Compact disc.
Lyrics bound in container.
Performer(s): Performed by John Mellencamp, vocals, acoustic guitar ; with additional musicians.
Event notes: Recorded at Belmont Mall, Nashville, Tenn., and Electro Magnetic Studios, Los Angeles, Calif.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Longest days --
My sweet love --
If I die sudden --
Troubled land --
Young without lovers --
John Cockers --
Don't need this body --
A ride back home --
Without a shot --
Jena --
Mean --
County fair --
For the children --
A brand new song.
Responsibility: John Mellencamp.

Abstract:

Produced by himself and T Bone Burnett, Mellencamp has described his release as a collection of 'modern electric folk songs' with the first single, My Sweet Love.

"**** Out of five...a set of textured, atmospheric folk and country blues that adds up to one of the most compelling albums of Mellencamp's career."--Rolling Stone.

"His voice is gruff and weary, with a craggy matter-of-factness replacing his old swagger."--New York Times.

"Though he may be contemplating mortality, Mellencamp, with his weathered snarl, still sounds remarkably alive."--Entertainment Weekly.

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