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The Highwomen

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    Songwriters Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby have formed a new supergroup: The Highwomen. Their self-titled debut album is out September 6 via Low Country Sound/Elektra. It features guests including Miranda Lambert, Jason Isbell, Sheryl Crow, Tanya Tucker, Lori McKenna, and more.

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    Vinyl Sequence (the album will also be available on CD and as download):

    1. Highwomen

    2. Redesigning Women

    3. Loose Change

    4. Crowded Table

    5. My Name Can’t Be Mama


    SIDE B:

    6. If She Ever Leaves Me

    7. Old Soul

    8. Don’t Call Me


    SIDE C:

    9. My Only Child

    10. Heaven Is A Honky Tonk

    11. Cocktail And A Song

    12. Wheels Of Laredo

     
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    I'm going to have to check this out. Stellar line-up.
     
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    Here's a cover of "The Chain" (Fleetwood Mac), the ladies did for the "The Kitchen" soundtrack:

     
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    So, here's the title track:



    This is their remake of the Highwaymen’s Theme Song. Carlile and Shires not only received the blessing of the song’s writer Jimmy Webb (who recorded his own version in 1977), they also enlisted him in reworking the lyrics!

    That's Yola doing the verse about the freedom rider.

    Read more about her here: https://www.classicrockforums.com/threads/yola-carter.38877/

    Other guests: Sheryl Crow (backing vocals) and Jason Isbell (Stratocaster).
     

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