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Terms Of My Surrender - John Hiatt - Terms Of My Surrender (CD, Album)

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  1. Nov 11,  · November 11, John Hiatt's "Terms of My Surrender" is the Hiatt set you want to play to help you nap. Hiatt's pretty much asleep throughout. What is gone is Hiatt's sense of melody/5(13).
  2. On Terms of My Surrender, Hiatt has the blues, and he's got the goods, and this is another solid chapter in a recording career that's drifted into an unexpected but pleasing renaissance.“ (Mark Deming) John Hiatt, vocals, guitars, harmonica. Kenneth Blevins, drums and percussion.
  3. Terms of My Surrender is probably his bluesiest effort since ’s Crossing Muddy Waters and it has the hard task of following one his best albums Mystic Pinball. The mood is a rather mellow one and numerous songs see Hiatt ruminating on friendships (Long Time .
  4. John Hiatt's latest album, Terms of My Surrender, is another strong addition to his impressive catalog of music. With John's already husky voice getting rougher over the years, it was appropriate that he went more blues this time around and the results surely satisfy/5().
  5. Jul 14,  · John Hiatt's latest album, Terms of My Surrender, is another strong addition to his impressive catalog of music. With John's already husky voice getting rougher over the years, it was appropriate that he went more blues this time around and the results surely satisfy/5().
  6. John Hiatt Lyrics. "Terms Of My Surrender". When the moon is rising and the night is still. Some of my delusions have the power to kill. Scared I'll get what I deserve. Or maybe scared I won't. I'm sitting in my garage staring at my motorcycle. My heart is so heavy, like a stack of Bibles. Swear I need you too much.
  7. Jul 14,  · “Terms of My Surrender” by John Hiatt appears on his album of the same name. – John Hiatt (right) and Sonny Landreth (left) This is an unabashed love song in the peculiar Hiatt style.
  8. Tempus fugit As time goes by, so John Hiatt is feeling older. As it seems in many songs he wrote for this album, he speaks of time, age, Tempus fugit As time goes by, so John Hiatt is feeling older. As it seems in many songs he wrote for this album, he speaks of time, age, suffering, good and bad, God and Devil, tough losses, broken love, etc.

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