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Performer: Jason Isbell
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Southeastern
Country: US
Released: 2013
FLAC version ZIP size: 1551 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1745 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1618 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 426
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Though former Drive-By Truckers member Jason Isbell's previous solo albums displayed promise with songwriting standouts, his new LP Southeastern is his most gripping and most personal album to date. Featured Tracks: Play Track. Stockholm" - Jason IsbellVia SoundCloud. In recent interviews with the New York Times Magazine and the Wall Street Journal, Jason Isbell has been admirably forthcoming about his alcoholism, admitting that he can’t remember much of the time he spent with the Drive-By Truckers, who decided to move on without him after several attempts at rehabilation.

Southeastern is the fourth studio album by American singer-songwriter Jason Isbell, released on June 11, 2013 on Southeastern Records. Produced by David Cobb, the album was released to widespread critical acclaim. Initially set to be produced by Isbell's friend and touring companion Ryan Adams, the album was recorded following a stint in rehab, with Isbell noting, "This time I want to remember it al.

Michael Jason Isbell (/ˈɪzbʊl/; born February 1, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Green Hill, Alabama, in Lauderdale County. He is known for his solo career, his work with the band The 400 Unit, and as a former member of Drive-By Truckers for six years, from 2001 to 2007. Isbell has won four Grammy Awards.

Southeastern (album). Just better On the title, Isbell said that geography "wasn't actually the reason I named the album that. That came from a tool and die shop in Alabama that my dad worked at when I was very young. He came home with terrible stories; I thought of the place as a dungeon. So I wanted to reclaim that for my own purposes. Writing and composition

katya1283 a12831 · 4 Aug 2018.

June 17, 2013 10:40PM ET. Southeastern. I sobered up and I swore off that stuff, forever this time, sings Jason Isbell on Cover Me Up, a world-weary love song that shows the Alabama native isn’t averse to autobiography. Here, he mostly dials back the volume to plumb heavy emotions.

Album · 2013 · 13 Songs. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit (Deluxe).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Cover Me Up 4:52
2 Stockholm
Vocals – Kim Richey
2:49
3 Traveling Alone
Drums – Paul GriffithFiddle, Vocals – Amanda Shires
4:27
4 Elephant 3:37
5 Flying Over Water 3:58
6 Different Days 3:34
7 Live Oak 3:35
8 Songs That She Sang In The Shower 3:56
9 New South Wales 3:53
10 Super 8
Vocals – Will Johnson
3:25
11 Yvette 4:28
12 Relatively Easy
Vocals – Kim Richey
4:45

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Southeastern Records
  • Copyright (c) – Southeastern Records
  • Recorded At – Falling Rock, Nashville
  • Mastered At – Infrasonic Sound
  • Published By – Songs Of Emchant
  • Published By – Fame Music Publishing
  • Pressed By – The ADS Group

Credits

  • Art Direction – Chris Kro
  • Bass – Brian Allen
  • Drums – Chad Gamble
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Mark Petaccia
  • Guitar, Vocals, Written-By – Jason Isbell
  • Keyboards, Mellotron – Derry deBorja
  • Mastered By – Pete Lyman
  • Photography By – Michael Wilson
  • Producer, Percussion – Dave Cobb
  • Technician [Drum] – John Michael Brady

Notes

© & ℗ 2013 Southeastern Records
4 panel Digipack package.
Includes a folded poster of larger than A4 size. One side of the poster is lyrics and the other a poster advertising the New Album "Southeastern 2013".
This edition shows no catalogue numbers on the digipack or on the CD face, There are no rights societies or distribution codes on this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 794504799842
  • Barcode (Text): 7 94504 79984 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): [the ADS Group] 5533-CD-0030 13-106-05-2
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LY89
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L821
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): [the ADS Group] 5533-CD-0030 15-041-19-2
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LY89
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L825

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SE-9984 Jason Isbell Southeastern ‎(LP, Album) Southeastern Records SE-9984 US 2013
SE-9984 Jason Isbell Southeastern ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Southeastern Records SE-9984 US 2013
SE-9984 Jason Isbell Southeastern ‎(LP, Album, RP, Gat) Southeastern Records SE-9984 US 2014
URA451 Jason Isbell Southeastern ‎(CD, Album, Gat) Spunk URA451 Australia 2014
none Jason Isbell Southeastern ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Southeastern Records none UK & Europe 2013

Nirn
Known for his work with Drive By Truckers, Jason Isbell’s album Southeastern was like stepping into a room I didn’t know. Time and time again I read a line such as, “Southeastern is his most gripping and most personal album to date.” So you’ve got to tell me what’s wrong with me that I don’t hear it, don’t feel it, don’t believe it, feeling that music rag critics want to offend no one, wanting everyone to succeed other than the music purchasing public, who after all, are the ones paying for these packages … so don’t the listeners deserve the truth, as it seems that entertainment reviews are the only place it’s acceptable to flat out lie.Claiming that due to his alcoholism he remembers little from his stint with The Truckers, where aside from the song “Super 8,” is one long lamenting song after another that come off like watching the faded paper peel from the walls of that aforementioned room. There’s no curiosity here, there’s no emancipation, there’s no new vision, just beaten down songs that have no place in my life, not even on one of those early Sunday morning radio shows where they attempt to smooth over the night before. Jason goes on in other interviews to say that he’s not at all interested in recounting his long fall or his darkest moments, that this album doesn’t wallow in alcoholic squalor. Yet after even a single listen, it’s more than obvious that Isbell’s pointing his rehabilitation finger outward, saying, “The subject of these songs are about what happens when you pick yourself up.”Well man, I feel for you and I’m glad you’ve gotten your act together, that you realize you can’t hold a bottle or smoke a joint without drinking the entire bottle and smoking the whole bag, but most of us can, and here you are, the guy who was poised at the top of the world, wanting to bring me into your submission, laying out verses as on “Live Oak” saying, “There’s a man who walks besides me, he is who I used to be,” … well from my point of view, Isbell’s doing just what he said he wasn’t going to do, attempting to turn himself into some sort of musical drugged out anti-hero. Of course Jason delights in pointing out that the song’s also a fictitious account of a pre-Civil War murderer wandering the country aimlessly, who finds both redemption and forgiveness in the company of an understanding woman. (laughing) Though truth be told the murderer is Jason, the victim is Jason and the uneasy forgiveness he manages to find is bestowed on himself … and there you have it ladies and gentlemen, a three act play with three characters all played by one man. Then there’s the number “Elephant,” where one barfly attempts to comfort another who’s dying of cancer, leaving all of the other songs to move in and out of these same filthy dark shadows. Allow me to be as clear as I can be, “Mr. Isbell, I don’t care, you brought all of this on yourself and now you want me to refinance your world. I don’t think so.” Southeastern is slowly, purposely, methodically tugging at a hangnail that hurts so exquisitely as it’s laid back and bleeding, giving Jason a moment to exhale as he turns his insides out. All of this is not for me, I’ve had a good life because I made right choices, because I recognized my limitations and used my better judgement. Jason Isbell is all that’s wrong with Americans during these times, feeling that they can fall hard, take others down with them and that by the virtue of getting up and confessing their sins they somehow become bigger than life, an important aspect in their own re-creation, though now instead of tossing rocks at the moon, they turn in early, a worn deck of marked playing cards on their bedside table, all to avoid the ghosts who come for an endless nocturnal visitation.Review by Jenell Kesler