Ladies Love Outlaws (Tom Rush album)

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Ladies Love Outlaws
Tom Rush 1974.jpg
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 folk rock musician Tom Rush.

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)

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