Mills Record Company

Merle Haggard is a rarity: a complex artist whose rich scope can accurately be summarized through singles, but who has far more great material than can be fit on one or two discs. Which, of course, makes him the perfect candidate for a box set of four CDs It's not just the perfect Merle Haggard box set, it's one of the greatest box sets ever released as well, since it truly presents all sides of its subject, while offering nothing but sheer pleasure in terms of mere listening.
Merle Haggard is a rarity: a complex artist whose rich scope can accurately be summarized through singles, but who has far more great material than can be fit on one or two discs. Which, of course, makes him the perfect candidate for a box set of four CDs It's not just the perfect Merle Haggard box set, it's one of the greatest box sets ever released as well, since it truly presents all sides of its subject, while offering nothing but sheer pleasure in terms of mere listening.
602557102093
Down Every Road 1962 - 1994 [4 CD]
Artist: Merle Haggard
Format: CD
New: Available $30.16
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Skid Row
2. Sing a Sad Song
3. You Don't Even Try
4. Sam Hill
5. (My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers
6. Just Between the Two of Us
7. If I Had Left It Up to You
8. I'm Gonna Break Every Heart I Can
9. Swinging Doors 1
10. Bottle Let Me Down, the 1
11. High on a Hilltop 1
12. I'll Look Over You 1
13. Fugitive, the 1
14. House of Memories 1
15. All of Me Belongs to You 1
16. Mary's Fine 1
17. Someone Told My Story 1
18. Go Home 1
19. Whatever Happened to Me 2
20. Loneliness Is Eating Me Alive 2
21. I Threw Away the Rose 2
22. Branded Man 2
23. You Don't Have Very Far to Go 2
24. Somewhere Between 2
25. Sing Me Back Home 2
26. Son of Hickory Holler's Tramp, the 2
27. Seeing Eye Dog 2
28. Legend of Bonnie and Clyde, the 2
29. I Started Loving You Again 3
30. Is This the Beginning of the End? 3
31. I'll Always Know 3
32. Mama Tried 3
33. In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad) 3
34. Teach Me to Forget 3
35. I'm Looking for My Mind 3
36. Day the Rains Came, the 3
37. California Blues (Blue Yodel #4) 3
38. I Take a Lot of Pride in What I Am 3
39. I'm Bringin' Home Good News 4
40. I Can't Hold Myself in Line 4
41. It Meant Goodbye to Me When You Said Hello to Him 4
42. Hungry Eyes 4
43. Silver Wings 4
44. Waitin' for a Train 4
45. Jimmie 4
46. Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (The Women Make a Fool Out of Me) 4
47. California Cottonfields 4
48. White Line Fever 4
49. Workin' Man Blues 5
50. Okie from Muskogee 5
51. I Can't Stop Loving You 5
52. Huntsville 5
53. Irma Jackson 5
54. Fightin' Side of Me, the 5
55. I'll Be a Hero (When I Strike) 5
56. Right or Wrong 5
57. Trouble in Mind 5
58. Stay a Little Longer 5
59. Farmer's Daughter, the 6
60. Tulare Dust 6
61. Carolyn 6
62. Someday We'll Look Back 6
63. Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man) 6
64. Grandma Harp 6
65. It's Not Love (But It's Not Bad) 6
66. I Wonder If They Ever Think of Me 6
67. If We Make It Through December 6
68. Emptiest Arms in the World, the 6
69. Everybody's Had the Blues [Live Rehearsal] 7
70. Things Aren't Funny Anymore 7
71. Honky Tonk Night Time Man 7
72. Holding Things Together 7
73. Here in Frisco 7
74. Kentucky Gambler 7
75. Always Wanting You 7
76. Living with the Shades Pulled Down 7
77. Running Kind 7
78. It's All in the Movies 7
79. Way It Was in '51, the 8
80. I Never Go Around Mirrors 8
81. What Have You Got Planned Tonight Diana 8
82. If We're Not Back in Love By Monday 8
83. Ramblin' Fever 8
84. It's Been a Great Afternoon 8
85. Red Bandana 8
86. Footlights 8
87. My Own Kind of Hat 8
88. Misery and Gin 8
89. Leonard 9
90. I Think I'll Just Stay Here and Drink 9
91. Rainbow Stew 9
92. Big City 9
93. Are the Good Times Really Over (I Wish a Buck Was Still Silver) 9
94. You Take Me for Granted 9
95. Pancho and Lefty 9
96. That's the Way Love Goes 9
97. Someday When Things Are Good 9
98. Let's Chase Each Other Around the Room 9
99. Kern River 10
100. Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Star 10
101. In My Next Life

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Merle Haggard is a rarity: a complex artist whose rich scope can accurately be summarized through singles, but who has far more great material than can be fit on one or two discs. Which, of course, makes him the perfect candidate for a box set of four CDs It's not just the perfect Merle Haggard box set, it's one of the greatest box sets ever released as well, since it truly presents all sides of its subject, while offering nothing but sheer pleasure in terms of mere listening.
        
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