Highwayman 2

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Highwayman 2
Studio album by The Highwaymen
Released February 9, 1990 (1990-02-09)
Recorded March 6–9, 1989
Genre Country
Length 32:48
Label Columbia Nashville
Producer Chips Moman
The Highwaymen chronology
Highwayman 2
The Road Goes on Forever
(1995)The Road Goes on Forever1995
Johnny Cash chronology
Boom Chicka Boom
(1990) Boom Chicka Boom1990
Highwayman 2
(1990) Highwayman 21990
The Man in Black 1954-1958
(1990) The Man in Black 1954-19581990
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic2.5/5 stars[1]

Highwayman 2 is the second studio album released by American country supergroup The Highwaymen. This album was released in 1990 on the Columbia Records label. Johnny Cash had left Columbia several years earlier, making this a "homecoming", and ultimately his final work for Columbia as the next Highwaymen album would be issued on another label.

Track listing[edit]

1."Silver Stallion"Lee Clayton3:12
2."Born and Raised in Black and White"Don Cook, John Barlow Jarvis4:01
3."Two Stories Wide"Willie Nelson2:35
4."We're All in Your Corner"Bobby Emmons, Troy Seals3:04
5."American Remains"Rivers Rutherford4:07
6."Anthem '84"Kris Kristofferson2:43
7."Angels Love Bad Men"Waylon Jennings, Roger Murrah3:33
8."Songs That Make a Difference"Johnny Cash2:55
9."Living Legend"Kristofferson3:59


Additional personnel[edit]

  • Produced by: Chips Moman
  • Recorded at Emerald Sound Studio, Nashville, TN, Three Alarm Recording Studio, Memphis, TN, and Pedernales Recording Studio, Speicewood, TX
  • Mixed at 3-Alarms Recording Studio, Memphis, TN
  • Engineers: Chips Moman and David Cherry
  • Assistant Engineers: David Parker, Larry Greenhill, Howard Irving, Skip McQuinn, David Edney, and Eric Paul
  • Additional Overdubs: Bobby Emmons, Chips Moman, Rivers Rutherford, Robbie Turner, Jack Powell, David Edney and Johnny Barringer
  • Mastered by: Denny Purcell of Georgetown Masters, Nashville, TN
  • Art Direction by: Bill Johnson and Rollow Welch
  • Photography by: Jim McGuire

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1990) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 4
U.S. Billboard 200 79


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