is the second album of I Miss My Friend country music singer Darryl Worley, it was released on July 16, 2002. The album produced Worley's first number one single on the Hot Country Songs charts in its title track; "Family Tree" was also a Top 30 hit for him on the same chart. "Tennessee River Run" was later reprised on Worley's first compilation album , from which it was released as that album's second single.
Have You Forgotten?
"POW 369" was also recorded by
Doug Stone on his 2002 album , from which it was released as a single.
The Long Way
Track listing [ edit ]
1. " Tennessee River Run" Steve Leslie, Darryl Worley 3:23 2. "I Wouldn't Mind the Shackles" Howard Perdew, Worley 3:42 3. " I Miss My Friend" Tony Martin, Mark Nesler, Tom Shapiro 4:02 4. "Callin' Caroline" Leslie, Frank Rogers, Worley 3:11 5. " Family Tree" Darrell Scott 3:22 6. "Back Where I Belong" Randy Hardison, Leslie, Worley 3:20 7. "The Least That You Can Do" Walt Aldridge, Worley 4:01 8. "I Built This Wall" Jerry Salley, Worley 3:06 9. "Opportunity of a Lifetime" Randy Hardison, Wynn Varble, Worley 3:23 10. "Spread a Little Love Around" Harley Allen, John Wiggins 2:52 11. "POW 369" Stephen Dale Jones 3:41 12. "Where You Think You're Goin'?" Shawn Camp, Brice Long, Varble 3:43 Total length: 41:53
Personnel [ edit ]
Eddie Bayers- drums Larry Beaird-
acoustic guitar Mike Brignardello-
bass guitar Melodie Crittenden- background vocals
percussion C.A. Dreyer- finger snaps
Paul Franklin- dobro, steel guitar Kevin "Swine" Grantt- bass guitar
Randy Hardison- finger snaps, background vocals
Aubrey Haynie- fiddle, mandolin Wes Hightower- vocal ad-libs, background vocals
Rob Ickes- dobro
Kirk "Jelly Roll" Johnson-
harmonica Brice Long- finger snaps, background vocals
Brent Mason- electric guitar The Nashville String Machine- strings
organ, piano Kimberly Perkins- finger snaps
Frank Rogers- finger snaps Manny Rogers- laughing on "Family Tree"
Bryan Sutton- acoustic guitar, mandolin
Wynn Varble- finger snaps, background vocals Biff Watson- acoustic guitar
Bergen White- conductor, string arrangements
Brian David Willis- percussion
Darryl Worley- finger snaps, lead vocals Curtis Wright- background vocals
Chart performance [ edit ]
Billboard Top Country Albums