Nick Lowe en Learn How To Be A 'Sensitive Man' With Nick Lowe When you've been making catchy pop songs as long as <a href="" target="_blank">Nick Lowe</a> has it's okay to look to classic sounds for inspiration. Lowe's new song, "Sensitive Man," finds the sexagenarian rocker digging deep into the essence of '50s Sun Records-era rock. The song could feel right at home on a jukebox next to a tune by The Crickets or Jerry Lee Lewis. The backing vocals, Tijuana Brass horns and jangly guitar sounds look to the past but aren't stodgy nor simply nostalgic. Thu, 01 Mar 2012 21:09:12 +0000 Dan Raby 23263 at Learn How To Be A 'Sensitive Man' With Nick Lowe Nick Lowe On World Cafe English singer-songwriter <a href="" target="_self">Nick Lowe</a>'s reputation often precedes him. Fri, 16 Sep 2011 22:05:00 +0000 14652 at Nick Lowe On World Cafe Nick Lowe: Tiny Desk Concert Few musicians get better with age, but <a href="" target="_self">Nick Lowe</a> is an exception. I've been following Lowe's music since his days with the country-rock band Brinsley Schwarz in the early 1970s. He wrote one of his best-known tunes with that band: "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding?" But it wasn't until he left Brinsley Schwarz that people began hearing his name, first with the Dave Edmunds project Rockpile. (Edmunds produced one of the last Brinsley Schwarz records, the one with "What's So Funny.")<br /> Mon, 01 Nov 2010 17:40:00 +0000 Bob Boilen 22310 at Nick Lowe: Tiny Desk Concert