Ladies Love Outlaws (Tom Rush album)

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Ladies Love Outlaws
Studio album by Tom Rush
Released September 1974
Recorded 1974
Genre Country rock/Folk rock
Label Columbia
Producer Mark Spector
Tom Rush chronology
Merrimack County
(1972)
Ladies Love Outlaws
(1974)
New Year
(1982)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Ladies Love Outlaws is the 1974 Country rock album from pioneer Folk rock musician Tom Rush. The standout tracks are "Hobo's Mandolin", "Indian Woman from Wichita", "Black Magic Gun" and "One Day I Walk".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Ladies Love Outlaws" (Lee Clayton)
  2. "Hobo's Mandolin" (Michael Peter Smith)
    Note: The correct title for this song is "This Here Mandolin" by Michael Peter Smith, who was never paid for its use on this album[citation needed]. Godon Bok also recorded the song, and he called it "This Old Mandolin". Michael's songs are published by Bird Avenue Publishing-ASCAP.
  3. "Indian Woman from Wichita" (Wayne Berry)
  4. "Maggie" (Tom Rush)
  5. "Desperados Waiting for a Train" (Guy Clark)
  6. "Claim on Me" (Lee Clayton)
  7. "Jenny Lynn" (Richard Dean)
  8. "Black Magic Gun" (Wayne Berry)
  9. "No Regrets" (Tom Rush)
  10. "One Day I Walk" (Bruce Cockburn)

Personnel[edit]

Production[edit]

  • Producer: Mark Spector
  • Recording Engineer: unknown
  • Liner Notes: unknown
  • Cover Art: James Grashow

References[edit]