Label: Loose - VJCD167 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen • Style: Soundtrack, Country Blues, Folk, Country
Mercenary Song - Various - Heartworn Highways (CD)

 · Discover releases, reviews, songs, credits, and more about Heartworn Highways at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your collection/5().

7. I Still Sing the Old Songs - Various Artists () 8. Intro - Various Artists () 9. Desperadoes Waiting for a Train - Various Artists () Bluebird Wine - Various Artists () Alabama Highway - Various Artists () Intro - Various Artists () Pancho and Lefty - Various Artists () Texas Cookin' - Various Missing: Mercenary.

At SXSW two years ago Lyle Lovett, called Heartworn Highways his favorite music film, and it's easy to understand why. This album features some wonderfully mastered recordings of some groundbreaking artists in their prime -- including three from Steve Earle when he was only 20 years old!/5(57).

 · Reissued by HackTone after its original CD issue in , Heartworn Highways is the sonic companion to the classic documentary of the same name. David Gorman goes out of his way to tell listeners/purchasers that this disc is not the soundtrack to the film because there never was one. HackTone "had to go back to the original film elements and Nagra tapes with the film's editor and /10(10).

Gatefold CD with two 30 page booklets with liner notes. Produced for re-release by David Gorman, Patrick McCarthy, Michael Nieves, Matt Sullivan, and Sam Sweet. Special thanks to David Gorman & Michael Nieves at Hacktone Records. Without their immense /5(10).

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Heartworn Highways" on Discogs/5(5).

  2. It's late December, , and a group of musicians have gotten together to perform a few songs. This bunch of singer-songwriters were all young men, all based in the American Southwest (mostly from Texas), still relatively unknown to the music world, but in the words of this album's producer, ones who "were beginning to change the landscape of country music."/5(57).

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