Genre: Folk
Label: New West
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Steve Earle Washington Square Serenade LP (Metallic Gold Vinyl)

Steve Earle

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Limited Edition Metallic Gold Vinyl LP!
The Album's First Pressing On Color Vinyl!

2008 Grammy Award Winner:
• Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: Washington Square Serenade

After an extremely rare three year break from recording, Grammy® Award winner Steve Earle returned with 2007's Washington Square Serenade. The album represents a number of firsts for Steve: his first record for New West Records, his first album produced in New York City (now his home), and his first produced by John King of The Dust Brothers (Beck, Beastie Boys) at the legendary Electric Lady Studios.

The album features Steve's then-wife Allison Moorer on the track "Days Aren't Long Enough", and the Brazilian group Forro In The Dark on the track "City Of Immigrants". The track "Way Down In The Hole", by Tom Waits, was used as the opening theme song for the fifth and final season of the HBO series The Wire, on which Earle played a recurring character named Walon. In February 2008 Earle won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album for Washington Square Serenade.

America's Greatest Songwriter
-The Independent / UK's exciting and encouraging to hear him exploring fresh turf after two decades of record-making, and there's lots of fine music to be had on this set.
-Mark Deming, AllMusic


  • Limited Edition 2021
  • Metallic Gold Vinyl
  • First color vinyl pressing of this album


Side One:

  1. Tennessee Blues
  2. Down Here Below
  3. Satellite Radio
  4. City Of Immigrants (With Forro In The Dark)
  5. Sparkle And Shine
  6. Come Home To Me

Side Two:

  1. Jericho Road
  2. Oxycontin Blues
  3. Red Is The Color
  4. Steve's Hammer (For Pete)
  5. Days Aren't Long Enough (with Allison Moorer)
  6. Way Down In The Hole

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