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Master Of Disaster

Master Of Disaster

Artist: John Hiatt

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Master Of Disaster
Master Of Disaster

Artist: John Hiatt
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: New West/Ada
Rel. Date: 06/21/2005
UPC: 607396607624

More Info:

Master of Disaster, John Hiatt's brilliant new CD, simultaneously celebrates and updates rock'n'roll in a manner that won't be particularly surprising to any child of the'50s. Working in Memphis with producer Jim Dickinson and his sons Cody and Luther (the North Mississippi Allstars), the album shows Hiatt will has plenty of compositional and vocal might.

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