Earle, Steve / I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive
Album:I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive Collection:General
Artist:Earle, Steve Added:Apr 2011
Label:New West Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-09-25 Pull Date:2011-11-27 
Week Ending:Nov 27Nov 20Nov 13Nov 6Oct 30Oct 9Oct 2

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 01, 2019:Traditions
This City
4.Nov 13, 2011:Sunny Side Up
Little Emperor
2.Nov 09, 2012:The Songsmith Show
Meet Me In The Alleyway
5.Nov 10, 2011:The Songsmith Show
Waitin' On The Sky
3.Nov 22, 2011:That's Not Bluegrass
Heaven Or Hell
6.Oct 30, 2011:Sunny Side Up
Lonely Are The Free

Album Review
Don Farrell
Reviewed 2011-09-26 
Country/folk/folk-rock/ with Earle's scratchy/throaty voice. The title comes from the final song from Hank Williams in1952. His 14th album, First original material recording in three years, produced by T Bone Burnett, Earle also has a novel of the same name. All tracks are really good.
****1: 3:29 fast rockabilly, great get up and dance, real nice vocal with great backup band
****2: 2:58 slow to mid, great holler, great lyrics, a powerful man is humbled at end of life.
3: 4:15 solo vocal intro then the band, mid to faster
***4: 3:21 mid to faster, banjo & violin, nice ballad
5: 4:00 slow to mid, written for Joan Baez in 1982
****6: 4:26 mid to slightly faster, GREAT lyrics with T Bone Burnett signature sound.
7: 2:51 slow, simple guitar picking
8: 3:23 slow, nice steel guitar sound
9: 3:26 slow to mid, duet with wife Allison Moorer
10: 2:53 slow, written for Joan Baez in 1982
11: 2:45 slow, written for the HBO show "TREME" which Earle appears an an actor. D  Farrell 09/2011

Track Listing
1.Waitin' On The Sky 6.Meet Me In The Alleyway
2.Little Emperor 7.Every Part Of Me
3.The Gulf Of Mexico 8.Lonely Are The Free
4.Molly-O 9.Heaven Or Hell
5.God Is God 10.I Am A Wanderer
 11.This City