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The Road Goes On Forever

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Download links and information about The Road Goes On Forever. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Country, Outlaw Country genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 36:33 minutes.

Release date: 1995
Genre: Country, Outlaw Country
Tracks: 11
Duration: 36:33
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Devil's Right Hand (The Highwaymen) 3:11
2. Live Forever (The Highwaymen) 2:47
3. Everyone Gets Crazy (The Highwaymen) 2:54
4. It Is What It Is (The Highwaymen) 3:39
5. I Do Believe (The Highwaymen) 3:22
6. The End of Understanding (The Highwaymen) 2:42
7. True Love Travels a Gravel Road (The Highwaymen) 3:21
8. Death and Hell (The Highwaymen) 2:48
9. Waiting for a Long Time (The Highwaymen) 4:19
10. Here Comes That Rainbow Again (The Highwaymen) 2:49
11. The Road Goes On Forever (The Highwaymen) 4:41

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For their third album, The Road Goes on Forever, the Highwaymen hired Don Was to produce. Was had previously worked with every member of the group but Johnny Cash, so he was, theoretically, a natural choice and on the surface, The Road Goes on Forever has all the trappings of being the classic Highwaymen album. It has great material, from standards like Dallas Frazier's "True Love Travels on a Gravel Road" to contemporary favorites by Steve Earle ("The Devil's Right Hand") and Billy Joe Shaver ("Live Forever"), to new cuts from all four members. It has a crisp sound and a focused production, with fine performances from everyone involved.