The Road Goes on Forever is the third and final studio album released by American country music supergroup The Highwaymen. It was released on April 4, 1995 on Liberty Records and reached 45 on the . Billboard Top Country Albums chart. The title track of this album was written by Robert Earl Keen, Jr. and originally recorded on his 1989 album, West Textures.
The initial release of The Road Goes on Forever was solid, containing the simple basics of the Allmans' Capricorn recordings. The expanded version that Mercury released in 2001 improves it considerably by almost doubling its running length with 13 bonus tracks and sprawling over two full CDs. This gives plenty of space to showcase the Allmans at their unrestrained best, capturing some of their finest concert jams while sketching a full portrait of their time at Capricorn.
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One of the most unique performers and composers of the rock age, Neil Young has never shied away from wearing his influences on his sleeve and, equally, has never been anything but magnanimous with those who have been informed and inspired by him in t. .Using new and archive interviews, rare film clips, contributions from those who have worked alongside Neil and a healthy dose of the music he loved and the music he produced in response, this set looks at and documents this defining artist under a whole new light and discovers a side of the man previously unexplored.
Album The Road Goes On Forever. The Road Goes On Forever Lyrics. Sherry was a waitress At the only joint in town She had a reputation As a girl who'd been around Down Main Street after midnight With a brand new pack of cigs A fresh one hanging from her lips A beer between her legs She'd ride down to the river And meet with all her friends. The road goes on forever And the party never ends
CreditsNeil Young - Primary Artist
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