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Slow Turning

John Hiatt

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1
Drive South
John Hiatt
3:54
2
Trudy And Dave
John Hiatt
4:25
3
Tennessee Plates
John Hiatt
2:56
4
Icy Blue Heart
John Hiatt
4:33
5
Sometime Other Than Now
John Hiatt
4:25
6
Georgia Rae
John Hiatt
4:28
7
Ride Along
John Hiatt
3:31
8
Slow Turning
John Hiatt
3:35
9
It'll Come To You
John Hiatt
3:28
10
Is Anybody There?
John Hiatt
4:59
11
Paper Thin
John Hiatt
3:29
12
Feels Like Rain
John Hiatt
4:47
Total Playing Time    48:30
Billboard 200 – #98, 1988

The rustic album-opener showcases the Indiana native's knack for marrying cinematic lyrics with sly wordplay, all delivered in his charming drawl.
- Rolling Stone

Released in 1988, singer-songwriter John Hiatt's album Slow Turning brought together his blues and rock influences. Slow Turning was Hiatt's ninth album and its 2018 release celebrate this album's 30th anniversary. The song Tennessee Plates was used in the soundtrack for well-known movie Thelma and Louise.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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