|1||What Kinda Girl?|
Electric Guitar [Lead Electric Guitar] – Albert LeeSlide Guitar – Hank De VitoWritten-By – Steve Forbert
|2||You Don't Have Very Far To Go|
Harmonica – Mickey RaphaelHarmony Vocals – Ricky SkaggsRhythm Guitar – Emory GordyWritten-By – Merle Haggard, Red Simpson
|3||Seven Year Ache|
Handclaps – Millah's Bros., ThePiano – Emory Gordy, Glen D. HardinRhythm Guitar – Emory Gordy, Rodney CrowellWritten-By – Rosanne Cash
|4||I Can't Resist|
Electric Guitar – Hank De VitoElectric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Emory GordyHarmony Vocals – Rosanne CashSaxophone – Phil KenzieWritten-By – Hank DeVito, Rodney Crowell
|5||Blue Moon With Heartache|
Harmony Vocals – Maxayne LewisWritten-By – Rosanne Cash
|6||Where Will The Words Come From?|
Acoustic Guitar – Albert LeeHarmony Vocals – Rodney CrowellMandolin – Emory GordyPiano – Glen D. HardinWritten-By – Glen D. Hardin, Sonny Curtis
Electric Guitar – Hank De VitoHarmony Vocals – Rodney CrowellWritten-By – Tom Petty
Electric Guitar – Frank ReckardElectric Guitar [Lead Electric Guitar] – Albert LeeHarmony Vocals – Maxayne LewisWritten-By – Keith Sykes
Electric Guitar – Frank ReckardHarmony Vocals – Janice Gill, Vince GillRhythm Guitar – Rodney CrowellWritten-By – Keith Sykes
|10||My Baby Thinks He's A Train|
Electric Guitar – Albert LeeWritten-By – Leroy Preston
© 1981 CBS Inc.
℗ 1981 CBS Inc.
Manufactured by Columbia Records / CBS Inc. / New York, N.Y.
Recorded at Davlen Sound and Magnolia Sound, North Hollywood, CA.
Mastered at The Mastering Lab, Los Angeles, CA.
(The letter after the dash in the runout indicates which lathe was used, S = Slave)
Special thanks to the Millah's Bros. and to Phil Kaufman for not showing up.
Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris appear courtesy of Warner Brothers Records, Inc.
Vince Gill appears courtesy of Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc.
Booker T. Jones appears courtesy of A&M Records.
The Millah's Bros. appear courtesy of Drunk Monkey.
For Caitlin and Hannah.
Inner color sleeve includes "Seven Year Ache" lyrics and song's credits.
A2, © 1979 Hotwire Music and Atlantic Music Corp.. (BMI)
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