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Down Every Road 1962-1994

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Download links and information about Down Every Road 1962-1994 by Merle Haggard. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 100 tracks with total duration of 04:45:27 minutes.

Artist: Merle Haggard
Release date: 1996
Genre: Country
Tracks: 100
Duration: 04:45:27
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No. Title Length
1. Skid Row (Down Every Road Version) 1:46
2. Sing a Sad Song (featuring STRANGERS) 2:34
3. You Don't Even Try (featuring STRANGERS) 2:17
4. Sam Hill (featuring STRANGERS) 2:33
5. My Friends Are Gonna Be Strangers (featuring STRANGERS) 2:30
6. Just Between the Two of Us 2:44
7. If I Had Left It Up to You (featuring STRANGERS) 2:24
8. I'm Gonna Break Every Heart I Can (featuring STRANGERS) 2:00
9. Swinging Doors (Down Every Road Version) (featuring STRANGERS) 2:53
10. The Bottle Let Me Down (Down Every Road Version) 2:48
11. High On a Hilltop (featuring STRANGERS) 2:59
12. I'll Look Over You (featuring STRANGERS) 2:10
13. The Fugitive (featuring STRANGERS) 2:58
14. House of Memories (featuring STRANGERS) 2:47
15. All of Me Belongs to You (featuring STRANGERS) 2:41
16. Mary's Mine (featuring STRANGERS) 2:57
17. Someone Told My Story (featuring STRANGERS) 2:33
18. Go Home (featuring STRANGERS) 2:35
19. Whatever Happened to Me (featuring STRANGERS) 2:58
20. Loneliness Is Eating Me Alive (featuring STRANGERS) 2:35
21. I Threw Away the Rose (featuring STRANGERS) 3:21
22. Branded Man (featuring STRANGERS) 3:07
23. You Don't Have Very Far to Go (featuring STRANGERS) 2:20
24. Somewhere Between (featuring STRANGERS) 3:06
25. Sing Me Back Home (featuring STRANGERS) 2:49
26. The Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp (featuring STRANGERS) 2:59
27. Seeing Eye Dog (featuring STRANGERS) 2:00
28. The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde (featuring STRANGERS) 2:06
29. Today I Started Loving You Again (featuring STRANGERS) 2:22
30. Is This the Beginning of the End? (featuring STRANGERS) 3:04
31. I'll Always Know (featuring STRANGERS) 2:22
32. Mama Tried (featuring STRANGERS) 2:13
33. In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) (featuring STRANGERS) 2:45
34. Teach Me to Forget (featuring STRANGERS) 3:15
35. I'm Looking for My Mind (featuring STRANGERS) 2:10
36. The Day the Rains Came (featuring STRANGERS) 2:40
37. California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4) (featuring STRANGERS) 2:50
38. I Take a Lot of Pride In What I Am (featuring STRANGERS) 2:48
39. I'm Bringin' Home Good News (featuring STRANGERS) 2:48
40. I Can't Hold Myself In Line (featuring STRANGERS) 2:55
41. It Meant Goodbye to Me When You Said Hello to Him (featuring STRANGERS) 2:32
42. Hungry Eyes (featuring STRANGERS) 3:28
43. Silver Wings (featuring STRANGERS) 2:44
44. Waitin' for a Train (featuring STRANGERS) 2:52
45. Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (The Women Make a Fool Out of Me) (featuring STRANGERS) 3:07
46. California Cottonfields (featuring STRANGERS) 2:47
47. White Line Fever (Down Every Road Version) 2:49
48. Workin' Man Blues (featuring STRANGERS) 2:35
49. Okie from Muskogee (Down Every Road Version) (featuring STRANGERS) 2:44
50. I Can't Stop Loving You (Live) 2:54
51. Huntsville (featuring STRANGERS) 3:07
52. Irma Jackson (featuring STRANGERS) 2:27
53. The Fightin' Side of Me (December 1969) (featuring STRANGERS) 2:53
54. I'll Be a Hero (When I Strike) (March 1970) 2:03
55. Right or Wrong (Down Every Road Version) 2:38
56. Trouble In Mind 3:14
57. Stay a Little Longer 2:49
58. The Farmer's Daughter (featuring STRANGERS) 2:55
59. Tulare Dust (featuring STRANGERS) 1:47
60. Carolyn (featuring STRANGERS) 2:33
61. Someday We'll Look Back (featuring STRANGERS) 2:30
62. Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man) (featuring STRANGERS) 3:10
63. Grandma Harp (featuring STRANGERS) 2:11
64. It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad) 3:20
65. I Wonder If They Ever Think of Me (featuring STRANGERS) 2:50
66. If We Make It Through December 2:43
67. The Emptiest Arms In the World (featuring STRANGERS) 2:52
68. Everybody's Had the Blues (Live Rehearsal) (featuring STRANGERS) 3:07
69. Things Aren't Funny Anymore 2:42
70. Honky Tonk Night Time Man 2:39
71. Holding Things Together 2:58
72. Here In Frisco (featuring STRANGERS) 2:29
73. Kentucky Gambler (featuring STRANGERS) 2:40
74. Always Wanting You (featuring STRANGERS) 3:06
75. Living With the Shades Pulled Down 2:56
76. Running Kind 3:02
77. It's All In the Movies 3:12
78. The Way It Was In '51 (featuring STRANGERS) 3:21
79. I Never Go Around Mirrors (featuring STRANGERS) 2:44
80. What Have You Got Planned Tonight, Diana (featuring STRANGERS) 3:08
81. If We're Not Back In Love By Monday 3:16
82. Ramblin' Fever 3:09
83. It's Been a Great Afternoon 2:47
84. Red Bandana 2:33
85. Footlights 4:02
86. My Own Kind of Hat 2:55
87. Misery and Gin 2:50
88. Leonard 3:38
89. I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink 4:31
90. Rainbow Stew 2:37
91. Big City 3:02
92. Are the Good Times Really Over (I Wish a Buck Was Still Silver) 4:15
93. You Take Me for Granted 2:44
94. Pancho and Lefty 4:47
95. That's the Way Love Goes 3:02
96. Someday When Things Are Good 3:32
97. Let's Chase Each Other Around the Room 2:51
98. Kern River 3:22
99. Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Star 3:24
100. In My Next Life 3:50

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Boasting a voluminous 100 songs, Down Every Road 1962-94 delivers a weighty four volumes of Merle Haggard. It's easily the best one-stop-shop representation of his musical arc's great depth (you'd have to be a Haggard completist to pine for those obscure tunes that didn't make the cut). The cream of his crop is represented well, starting with the honky-tonkin' "Skid Row," which Haggard recorded for Talley Records in 1963. Cut the same year, "Sing A Sad Song" gets early countrypolitan production sounding diametrically slick. But what's more interesting is listening to the evolution of the Bakersfield sound starting with "(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers" from his 1965 debut album Strangers to 1968's "Mama Tried." By "Sing Me Back Home" which surfaced later that year, Haggard had pioneered a genre, presaged California country-rock and honed his knack for the narratives that make his workingman's twang so gripping. While there's nary a hint of the man's obsession with Bob Wills, the collection finishes nicely with an urban-cowboy rendition of "Pancho and Lefty" and 1994's foreboding "In My Next Life."