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Here To Stay - Best of 2000-2012


Download links and information about Here To Stay - Best of 2000-2012 by John Hiatt. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:13:24 minutes.

Artist: John Hiatt
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Country, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:13:24
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No. Title Length
1. Crossing Muddy Waters 4:05
2. Lift Up Every Stone 3:14
3. My Old Friend 3:49
4. Everybody Went Low 3:21
5. My Baby Blue 4:35
6. Circle Back 4:30
7. Love's Not Where We Thought We Left It 5:17
8. Master of Disaster 5:26
9. Love You Again 4:13
10. What Love Can Do 4:13
11. The Open Road 4:34
12. What Kind of Man 3:52
13. Damn This Town 4:52
14. Adios To California 3:47
15. We're Alright Now 4:22
16. Blues Can't Even Find Me 3:34
17. Here To Stay (featuring Joe Bonamassa) 5:40



John Hiatt is a musical lifer: a craftsman so obsessed with his work that he’ll likely make records until he’s no longer physically able. He began recording in the early '70s, and while his commercial peak came in the late '80s and early ‘90s (when he had the push of a major label), his albums have remained consistently strong. This summary of the eight albums he recorded between 2000 and 2012 is as smart and well-selected as one could hope. Fans will find some personal favorites missing, but newcomers trying to figure out if Hiatt is for them will hear a decent cross-section of what he does. “My Old Friend,” “Everybody Went Low,” “Love’s Not Where We Thought We Left It," and “Master of Disaster” feature a mix of careful midtempos tracks and tougher upbeat grooves, all with heartfelt and clever lyrics that resonate long after the songs are over. There’s even a “new” track for the hardcore fans: “Here to Stay,” with guitarist Joe Bonamassa, is a tough, strutting rocker that attests to Hiatt’s staying power.