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|Studio album by Steve Young|
|Genre||Outlaw Country/Country rock|
|Steve Young chronology|
Renegade Picker is the fourth album by pioneer Country rock musician Steve Young, this album moves toward the Outlaw Country sound. The album contains his song "Lonesome, On'ry and Mean", that became a hit for fellow outlaw Waylon Jennings.
All tracks composed by Steve Young; except where indicated
- "Renegade Picker"
- "I Can't Be Myself" (Merle Haggard)
- "Old Memories"
- "It's Not Supposed to Be That Way" (Willie Nelson)
- "Tobacco Road" (J.D. Loudermilk)
- "Light of My Life" (Weldon Allard, Johnny Hathcock)
- "Lonesome, On'ry and Mean"
- "All Her Lovers Want to Be the Hero"
- "Broken Hearted People (Take Me to a Barroom)" (Guy Clark)
- "Sweet Thing"
- "Home Sweet Home (Revisited)" (Rodney Crowell)
- Steve Young - guitar, vocals
- Johnny Gimble - mandolin, violin
- Buddy Emmons - steel guitar
- Jerry Shook - guitar, harmonica
- Mike Leech - bass
- Bobby Wood - keyboards
- Dale Sellars - guitar
- Terry McMillan - harmonica
- Mac Gayden - guitar
- Karl Himmel - drums
- Tracy Nelson - vocals
- Kim Young - vocals
- Kimberly Morrison-Cole - vocals
- Anita Ball - vocals
- Producer: Roy Dea
- Recording Engineer: unknown
- Art Direction: unknown
- Photography: unknown
- Liner notes: unknown