Early Tracks (album)

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Early Tracks
Compilation album by Steve Earle
Released 1987
Recorded 1982 - 1985
Genre Country, Country rock
Length 36:02
Label Epic
Koch (reissue)
Producer Pat Carter, Roy Dea
Steve Earle chronology
Early Tracks
(1987)
Side Tracks
(2002)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Early Tracks is a compilation album by Steve Earle. The album was released on 1987 capitalizing on the success of Guitar Town. The various rockabilly songs were recorded between 1982 and 1985; and includes songs from 1982's "Pink and Black" EP.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Steve Earle unless otherwise noted.

  1. "Nothin' but You" - 2:25
  2. "If You Need a Fool" - 2:11
  3. "Continental Trailways Blues" - 2:19
  4. "Open Up Your Door" - 2:07
  5. "Breakdown Land" (Dennis R. Colby) - 2:59
  6. "Squeeze Me In" - 2:32
  7. "Annie, Is Tonight the Night" - 2:32
  8. "My Baby Worships Me" - 2:08
  9. "Cadillac" (Cadillac Holmes) - 2:41
  10. "Devil's Right Hand" - 2:58
  11. "What'll You Do About Me" (Dennis Linde) - 2:37
  12. "Cry Myself to Sleep" (Paul Kennerley) - 2:56
  13. "A Little Bit in Love" - 2:19
  14. "The Crush" (John Hiatt) - 3:18
  • The last four tracks are from Epic singles by the CD reissue from Koch

Personnel[edit]

Steve Earle - guitar, vocals

  • Pat Carter - guitar
  • Ron Kling - bass
  • Martin Parker - drums
  • Dale Sellers - guitar

References[edit]