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Something Wild - John Hiatt - Perfectly Good Guitar (CD, Album)

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  1. For all of his ability to rock out, John Hiatt's records usually have more of a soul and/or country feel to them, which makes 's Perfectly Good Guitar something of an anomaly: This is the most consistently rock & roll-oriented album of Hiatt's career.
  2. Watch the video for Something Wild from John Hiatt's Perfectly Good Guitar for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  3. Album · · 12 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Something Wild. 1. Perfectly Good Guitar John Hiatt Rock · Preview SONG TIME Something Wild. 1. PREVIEW Straight Outta Time. 2. PREVIEW Perfectly Good Guitar.
  4. Perfectly Good Guitar Wikipedia article Album by John Hiatt. Something Wild Straight Outta Time Perfectly Good Guitar Buffalo River Home Angel Blue Telescope Cross My Fingers Old Habits The Wreck Of The Barbie Ferrari When You Hold Me Tight Permanent Hurt .
  5. Listen to your favorite songs from Perfectly Good Guitar by John Hiatt Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  6. Perfectly Good Guitar was singer-songwriter John Hiatt’s eleventh album, originally released in It was Hiatt’s highest charting album ever in the US (#47), Canada (#34), the UK (#67), the Netherlands (#13), and Sweden (#11). The European edition of the album contains the bonus track I’ll Never Get .
  7. For all of his ability to rock out, John Hiatt's records usually have more of a soul and/or country feel to them, which makes 's Perfectly Good Guitar something of an anomaly: This is the most consistently rock & roll-oriented album of Hiatt's career. Produced by Matt Wallace (Replacements, Faith No More), who gives a Neil Young-style guitar crunch to most of the songs, Perfectly Good Guitar 5/
  8. Something Wild This song is by John Hiatt and appears on the album Perfectly Good Guitar ().

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