Wagonmaster

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For the 1950 John Ford film see: Wagon Master
Wagonmaster
Studio album by Porter Wagoner
Released June 5, 2007
Genre Country
Label ANTI-
Producer Marty Stuart
Porter Wagoner chronology
The Versatile
(2006)
Wagonmaster
(2007)
Best of Grand Old Gospel
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Wagonmaster was released on June 5, 2007 on the ANTI- Records label, and is the final studio album by American country music artist Porter Wagoner, who died on October 28 that year. A music video was made for the album's only single "Committed to Parkview".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Porter Wagoner; except where indicated

  1. Wagonmaster, Pt. 1 (Marty Stuart) – 0:48
  2. Be a Little Quieter – 2:25
  3. Who Knows Right from Wrong (Pearl Butler) – 3:17
  4. Albert Erving – 4:18
  5. A Place to Hang My Hat (Shawn Camp, Byron Hill, Brice Long) – 3:24
  6. Eleven Cent Cotton (Wagoner, Marty Stuart) – 2:39
  7. My Many Hurried Southern Trips (Dolly Parton, Wagoner) – 3:19
  8. Committed to Parkview (Johnny Cash) – 3:40
  9. The Agony of Waiting – 3:36
  10. Buck and the Boys (Marty Stuart) – 0:52
  11. Fool Like Me – 2:51
  12. Late Love of Mine – 3:11
  13. Hotwired (Shawn Camp, Mark Sanders) – 3:35
  14. Brother Harold Dee – 4:23
  15. Satan's River – 3:21
  16. Wagonmaster, Pt. 2 (Marty Stuart) – 1:08
  17. Porter & Marty: Men with Broken Hearts / (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle (Jimmie Davis, Hank Williams) – 6:04

Personnel[edit]

  • Jim DeMain – Mastering
  • Stuart Duncan – Acoustic Guitar, Fiddle
  • Eric Fritsch – Piano, Hammond Organ
  • Brian Glenn – Upright Bass
  • Carl Jackson – Background Vocals
  • Mike Johnson – Pedal Steel
  • Gordon Mote – Piano
  • Scott Munn – Executive Producer
  • Fred Newell – Pedal Steel
  • Maria Elena Orbean -Production Coordination
  • Adam Smith – Photography
  • Harry Stinson – Drums
  • Marty Stuart – Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Background Vocals, Poetry, Producer, Photography
  • Buck Trent – Banjo, Electric Banjo
  • Joey Turner – Engineer, Overdubs, Mixing
  • Kenny Vaughan – Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Archguitar
  • Porter Wagoner – Author, Vocals
  • Stoker White – Assistant

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 63

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tamarkin. Wagonmaster at AllMusic

External links[edit]