High Noon (album)

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For the album by Jerrod Niemann, see High Noon (Jerrod Niemann album).
High Noon
Compilation album by Mark Heard
Released 1993
Recorded Fingerprint Recorders
Genre Folk/Rock
Label Fingerprint
Producer Mark Heard
Mark Heard chronology
Satellite Sky
(1992)
High Noon
(1993)
Mystery Mind
(2000)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars link

High Noon is the title of "Best of" and rarities collection by Mark Heard, released in 1993, on Heard's own Fingerprint Records.

The album consists of primarily tracks from Heard's final three albums, 1990's Dry Bones Dance, 1991's Second Hand and 1993's Satellite Sky. The new tracks that are added are "My Redeember Lives," from the 1992 Derri Daugherty/Steve Hindalong produced Various Artists album, At The Foot Of The Cross, three previously unheard songs, "She's Not Afraid", "No," and "Shaky Situation," and a rough demo of "What Kind Of A Friend," recorded on a poorly tuned upright piano.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Mark Heard.

  1. "Strong Hand Of Love"
  2. "I Just Wanna Get Warm"
  3. "Look Over Your Shoulder"
  4. "My Redeemer Lives"
  5. "Another Day In Limbo"
  6. "She's Not Afraid"
  7. "The Dry Bones Dance"
  8. "House Of Broken Dreams"
  9. "Everything Is Alright"
  10. "Hammers And Nails"
  11. "Love Is So Blind"
  12. "Nod Over Coffee"
  13. "Love Is Not the Only Thing"
  14. "No"
  15. "Shaky Situation"
  16. "Orphans Of God"
  17. "What Kind Of A Friend"
  18. "Treasure Of The Broken Land"

The band[edit]

Production notes[edit]