Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle

Terraplane takes its title from the 1930s Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit model, which also inspired the Robert Johnson song, "Terraplane Blues." It is Earle's 16th studio album since the release of his highly influential 1986 debut Guitar Town. As its title suggests, the album is very much a blues record, some of which was written while Earle toured Europe alone for five weeks with just a guitar, a mandolin and a backpack. Earle, who was raised outside of San Antonio before migrating to Houston, offers about Texas blues, "There was Fort Worth where the model was Freddy King and there was the Houston scene which was dominated by Lightnin' Hopkins. Two very different styles." He saw both of these giants and was also exposed to Johnny Winter, Jimmy and Stevie Ray Vaughn and Billy Gibbons - all of which make their influence heard here within Earle's masterful storytelling. The 2021 repress is the first time this record has been pressed on color vinyl.

Steve Earle

Terraplane

New West Records
Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle
LP +

$26.99

Transparent Gold Vinyl

Released 11/05/2021Catalog Number

LP-NW-5555LE

Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle
CD

$15.99

CD

Released 02/17/2015Catalog Number

NW 6328

Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle
CD

$24.99

CD+DVD

Released 02/17/2015Catalog Number

CX 6329

Steve Earle

Terraplane

New West Records
Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle
LP +

$26.99

Transparent Gold Vinyl

Released 11/05/2021Catalog Number

LP-NW-5555LE

Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle
CD

$15.99

CD

Released 02/17/2015Catalog Number

NW 6328

Album artwork for Terraplane by Steve Earle
CD

$24.99

CD+DVD

Released 02/17/2015Catalog Number

CX 6329

Terraplane takes its title from the 1930s Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit model, which also inspired the Robert Johnson song, "Terraplane Blues." It is Earle's 16th studio album since the release of his highly influential 1986 debut Guitar Town. As its title suggests, the album is very much a blues record, some of which was written while Earle toured Europe alone for five weeks with just a guitar, a mandolin and a backpack. Earle, who was raised outside of San Antonio before migrating to Houston, offers about Texas blues, "There was Fort Worth where the model was Freddy King and there was the Houston scene which was dominated by Lightnin' Hopkins. Two very different styles." He saw both of these giants and was also exposed to Johnny Winter, Jimmy and Stevie Ray Vaughn and Billy Gibbons - all of which make their influence heard here within Earle's masterful storytelling. The 2021 repress is the first time this record has been pressed on color vinyl.