If the Houston Kid’s last CD was about looking back at the people and places that shaped him, his new one, Fate’s Right Hand, is about looking within – and not always liking it. In song after song, Rodney Crowell’s a middle-aged man struggling to maintain emotional buoyancy. He doesn’t always find the answers to ”the riddle of what it is I have to offer to this world,” but his quest offers up enough angst for the lot of us.
Fate's Right HandIf the Houston Kid's last CD was about looking back at the people and places that shaped him, his new one, Fate's Right Hand, is about looking...Fate's Right HandCountryIf the Houston Kid's last CD was about looking back at the people and places that shaped him, his new one, Fate's Right Hand, is about looking...2003-08-25
Genre: Country; Lead Performer: Rodney Crowell; Producer (group): DMZ
Posted January 17 2015 — 4:48 AM EST
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