Heartworn Highways — Original Soundtrack (2-LP)
Double-LP remastered from the original tapes
You don’t get more rootsy than this whiskey soaked classic, featuring some of the very first recordings of Steve Earle, John Hiatt and Rodney Crowell. Filmmaker James Szalapski traveled to Texas and Tennessee in the last weeks of 1975 and the first weeks of 1976 to document a distinct moment in time when radical country artists were reclaiming the genre. To some, it was “outlaw,” to others it was “progressive country.” But whatever you call it, this is American music at its best. Highlights include Guy Clark’s brilliant Desperados Waiting For A Train, Steve Young’s stirring Alabama Highways and Towne Van Zandt’s harrowing Waiting Around To Die. Saddle up and ride!
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- L.A. Freeway – Guy Clark
- “…that’s a Lightnin’ lick…” [dialogue]
- Ohoopee River Bottomland – Larry Jon Wilson
- That Old Time Feeling – Guy Clark
- “…people condemn whiskey…” [dialogue]
- Waitin’ Round To Die – Townes Van Zandt
- I Still Sing The Old Songs – David Allan Coe
- Desperadoes Waiting For A Train – Guy Clark
- Bluebird Wine – Rodney Crowell
- Alabama Highway – Steve Young
- Pancho And Lefty – Townes Van Zandt
- Texas Cookin’ – Guy Clark
- Charlie’s Place (Gamble’s Story) – Gamble Rogers
- The Black Label Blues – Gamble Rogers
- “…these guards all drive Cadillacs!” [dialogue]
- River – David Allan Coe
- One For The One – John Hiatt
- Darlin’ Commit Me – Steve Earle
- Ballad Of Laverne And Captain Flint – Guy Clark
- I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry* – Steve Young
- Mercenary Song* – Steve Earle
- “…would you do Elijah’s Church?”* [dialogue]
- Elijah’s Church* – Steve Earle
- Silent Night* – Rodney Crowell
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