Reunions - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit


Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2020-05-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10


Title Lyrics Time
What've I Done to Help 6:40
Dreamsicle 3:44
Only Children 3:57
Overseas 5:07
Running with Our Eyes Closed 3:42
River 3:22
Be Afraid 3:19
St. Peter's Autograph 4:10
It Gets Easier 3:47
Letting You Go 3:22
Reunions - Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
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  • He’s SO Overrated

    By Luv Addict
    He isn't that great and the first single is like a bad 80’s dance song.
  • Knocks it out of the park...again.

    By LollyJean64
    Jason Isbell is one of the great singer songwriters. This album finds him in an introspective mood. I love every track. What Have I Done To Help has haunted me since the first listen. The 400U is in top form. I can’t wait to see it performed live.
  • Best Work Yet

    By Hokie_Kevin
    This is the culmination of Jason's gift of songwriting anf story telling.
  • Fantastic album from a fantastic songwriter

    By Meatloaf Sandwich
    From start to finish, this album is a winner... just like all his others. Jason Isbell hasn’t released a bad song yet. Amazing.
  • Weak

    By Ahmed Rich
  • Masterful

    By Dolce76
    It just doesn’t seem realistic. The continuity of excellence and all. Reunions, as of this moment, is Jason’s Masterpiece.
  • Excellent as always

    By Langelc
    He never disappoints Jason is one of our greatest treasures of songwriting...
  • Another Fantastic Album

    By Siesta Bloom
    Jason Isbell has it all: deeply soulful, phenomenal songwriter (one of the best ever), great guitarist, and an unmistakable voice which is what the best singers have--you hear them and immediately know its them. And to Jason: I read the NYT article today, and I hope at some point you are able to relax from the fear that each album won't measure up to the last. To hell with that. Write what is true to you, keep opening your heart and your mind, stay true to your incredibly talented wife and spunky daughter, and keep making the music that moves you and Amanda. Don't worry about the little people with their little lives who can't compete with you even in their dreams. This love comes to you from Knoxville, Tennessee, where we need all the beautiful Americana music and truth that we can get. Keep raising your voice and your musicianship! We hear you.
  • Another great album

    By Jarves
    Isbell is on a roll. Just finished my first listen of the album front to back. He balances rock and acoustic like a master. Looking forward to my next listen already! Thanks for releasing this at a time we desperately need art.
  • Mighty fine, y'all

    By Skydog 5
    The only politics that matter are those of the heart and the soul - as a writer and a musician, Jason Isbell is a truly gifted explorer of those politics. He is increasingly capable of using the intensely personal to express the universal - and with a rockin band behind him. This is a very fine album: superb writing, deft capturing of powerful emotions that never swerves into sentimentality, and great music that carefully navigates the tricky territory between bittersweet memory and proud celebration that is so characteristic of the best Southern music.