Rules of Travel

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Rules of Travel
Studio album by Rosanne Cash
Released March 25, 2003
Recorded N/A
Genre Country, singer-songwriter
Length 39:07
Label Capitol
Producer John Leventhal
Rosanne Cash chronology
10 Song Demo
(1996)10 Song Demo1996
Rules of Travel
The Very Best of Rosanne Cash
(2005)The Very Best of Rosanne Cash2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 4/5 stars link

Rules of Travel is an album by singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash, released in 2003. It was her first album of new material in nearly seven years. On the track "September When It Comes", she is joined by her father Johnny Cash; Cash would in fact die in September 2003, making this one of the last recordings to be released during his lifetime.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Beautiful Pain" Craig Northey 2:50
2. "44 Stories" Rosanne Cash, John Leventhal, Robert Burke Warren 3:19
3. "I'll Change for You" Rosanne Cash 3:50
4. "Rules of Travel" Rosanne Cash, John Leventhal 3:54
5. "September When It Comes" (with Johnny Cash) Rosanne Cash, John Leventhal 3:40
6. "Hope Against Hope" Jakob Dylan, Henry 3:56
7. "Will You Remember Me" Rosanne Cash, John Leventhal 2:41
8. "Three Steps Down" Marc Cohn, John Leventhal 3:45
9. "Closer Than I Appear" Rosanne Cash 3:28
10. "Western Wall" Rosanne Cash 2:57
11. "Last Stop Before Home" Rosanne Cash 4:31


  • Rosanne Cash: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
  • Johnny Cash: Vocal
  • Steve Earle: Vocal
  • Sheryl Crow: Harmony Vocal
  • Teddy Thompson: Harmony Vocal
  • Catherine Russell: Background Vocals
  • John Leventhal: Guitars, Bass, Organ, Wurlitzer, Keyboards, Percussion
  • Zev Katz: Bass, Upright Bass
  • Michael Rhodes: Bass
  • Doug Petty: Organ
  • Danny Louis: Organ
  • Larry Farrell: Trombone
  • Rick Depofi: Tenor Saxophone
  • Tony Kadlek: Flugelhorn
  • Shawn Pelton: Drums, Percussion
  • Dennis McDermott: Drums, Percussion
  • Matt Keeler: Drums
  • Craig Northey: Hand Drum

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 16
U.S. Billboard 200 130