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Steve Earle

The Original Unofficial Steve Earle Site
Comprehensive site includes discography, lyrics, guitar tablature, bibliography, tour information, upcoming television appearances, photos and mailing list. Also includes some information on causes Steve supports.
All Music Guide
Biography and discography. Steve Earle
Biography and selected discography.
Exit Zero Digest
Moderated mailing list for Steve Earle fans. Subscription information, archives, current issue, and collector's section.
The Mountain
Track listing, contributing artists and lyrics from the CD by Steve Earle and The Del McCoury Band.
Music Monitor
Interview which focuses on El Corazon and Steve's life. Steve Earle
Includes biography, discography, pictures, articles, video files, trivia, and message board.
Steve Earle Biography
Includes quotes by Earle and others.
Steve Earle Fans
Pictures, tour information, and audio and video files.
Steve Earle News:
News about Steve Earle continually updated from around the net.
Steve Earle Online
Biography, lyrics and pictures.
Steve Earle Photo Gallery
Concert pictures from around the world.
VH1: Steve Earle
News, audio clips, reviews, biography, discography, and bulletin board.
Steve Earle: Self-Professed Newspaper Addict
Interview conducted by Greg Mitchell of Editor and Publisher. (November 5, 2003)
A Liberal Patriot
Steven Rosenfeld's interview with Steve Earle. From (September 10, 2002)
The Music Box: Steve Earle
Reviews of several concerts and albums. Steve Earle - El Corazon
LarryG's review: 'El Corazon shows Earle's skill at working in all kinds of idioms.' 3 stars out of 4.
Consumable Online: Steve Earle
Tracey Bleile's review: 'El Corazon doesn't display the splashy strength and evenness of his 1995 comeback I Feel Alright, but just as the title suggests, it's got lots o' heart.'
Music Monitor
Bruce Winkworth's review: 'Earle's latest album, El Corazon, more eclectic and socially conscious than any of his previous work, is his crowning achievement.'
The Onion A.V. Club: Steve Earle - El Corazon
Stephen Thompson's review: 'isn't his most consistent release'.
Steve Earle Feels Alright
Review of 'I Feel Alright' from RockNet. Rated A-.
InternetEd Reviews: Steve Earle - Jerusalem
Review of the album: 'will amaze you with its powerful lyrics and truly likable music.'
RootsWorld: Steve Earle
Review by Bill Nevins: 'He's picked a fight he feels is worth fighting; a battle for the soul of this country, and perhaps the future of the world. Jerusalem is a rousing opening salvo.' Steve Earle - Jerusalem
Warner's review: 'Not Earle's best overall, but an essential listen, if only for the messages within.'
PopMatters: Steve Earle - Jerusalem
Adrien Begrand's review: '...his own razor-sharp words slice through the shallow slop of almost all 9-11-inspired music that has come out to date.' (October 4, 2002)
The Music Box: 9/11 in Song
John Metzger's review: 'Jerusalem is still a superb effort with some of the finest songs of Earle's distinguished career.' (October, 2002)
The Onion A.V. Club: Steve Earle - Jerusalem
Review by Keith Phipps: 'one of his most memorable recordings.' (September 25, 2002)
The Onion A.V. Club: Steve Earle and The Del McCoury Band - The Mountain
Joshua Klein's review: 'its casual brilliance shows just how talented Earle is'.
Pause Record: The Mountain
Flower Punk's review: 'Earle and the Del McCoury Band have put together a very solid album that can be enjoyed right now'. (April 19, 1999)
PopMatters: Steve Earle - Sidetracks
Andrew Gilstrap's review: 'There's not a clunker to be found anywhere'. (June 18, 2002)
Sidetracks - Steve Earle
Review from the Reno Gazette-Journal. (April 23, 2002)
Steve Earle's Revealing Back Pages
Review from the Washington Post. (April 10, 2002) Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues
LarryG's review: 'it's a rich and varied work, overflowing with great rockers, folk music and ballads.' 4 stars out of 4.
The Onion A.V. Club: Steve Earle - Transcendental Blues
Joshua Klein's review: 'stands as another fine achievement from a man some wrote off years ago.'
PopMatters: Steve Earle
Mitchell Moore's review: 'there's nothing much 'country' about Transcendental Blues. It is, in fact, one rocking mother.'
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