So Long So Wrong

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So Long So Wrong
So Long So Wrong Krauss album .jpg
Studio album by Alison Krauss & Union Station
Released March 25, 1997
Genre Bluegrass
Length 47:47
Label Rounder
Producer Alison Krauss & Union Station
Alison Krauss chronology
Now That I've Found You: A Collection
(1995)Now That I've Found You: A Collection1995
So Long So Wrong
Forget About It
(1999)Forget About It1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars link
Country Standard Time no rating link
George Graham favorable link
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars link

So Long So Wrong is the third album by bluegrass group Alison Krauss & Union Station. The album reached number 4 on Billboard's Country Albums chart. One critic said it was "untraditional" and "likely [to] change quite a few... Minds about bluegrass."[1]

In 1998 So Long So Wrong won three Grammys: Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for "Looking in the Eyes of Love", Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Little Liza Jane", and Best Bluegrass Album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "So Long So Wrong" (Patrick Brayer, Walden Dahl) – 3:22
  2. "No Place to Hide" (Bob Lucas) – 3:28
  3. "Deeper Than Crying" (Mark Simos) – 3:07
  4. "I Can Let Go Now" (Michael McDonald) – 2:27
  5. "The Road Is a Lover" (Lucas) – 3:11
  6. "Little Liza Jane" (Public Domain) – 1:43
  7. "It Doesn't Matter" (Harley Allen) – 3:52
  8. "Find My Way Back to My Heart" (Simos) – 3:33
  9. "I'll Remember You Love in My Prayers" (Public Domain) – 3:02
  10. "Looking in the Eyes of Love" (Kostas Lazarides, Tricia Walker) – 4:19
  11. "Pain of a Troubled Life" (Ron Block) – 2:54
  12. "Happiness" (Michael McDonald, Viktor Krauss) – 3:55
  13. "Blue Trail of Sorrow" (Jeff White) – 3:39
  14. "There Is a Reason" (Block) – 5:35


Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1997) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 4
U.S. Billboard 200 45


  1. ^ So Long, So Wrong review by George Graham. "The Graham Weekly Album Review #1065" as broadcast on WVIA-FM April 16, 1997. Retrieved June 12, 2006.