is the third and final studio album released by American The Road Goes on Forever country supergroup The Highwaymen. It was first released on April 4, 1995 on Liberty Records, then on November 8, 2005 the album was re-released on Capitol Nashville/ EMI with bonus tracks and, in some versions, an extra DVD for the album's 10th anniversary. The DVD includes a music video for "It Is What It Is", as well as a short documentary entitled Live Forever - In the Studio with the Highwaymen.
The title track of this album was written by
Robert Earl Keen, Jr. and originally recorded on his 1989 album, . West Textures
Track listing [ edit ]
Disc 1 (CD) [ edit ]
"If He Came Back Again"
Barry Alfonso, Craig Bickhardt
Billy Joe Shaver, Eddy Shaver
"I Ain't Song"
"Pick Up the Tempo"
"Closer to the Bone"
Kris Kristofferson 2:14
"Back in the Saddle Again"
Gene Autry, Ray Whitley 0:50
Disc 2 (DVD) [ edit ]
Live Forever – In the Studio with the Highwaymen (video) "It Is What It Is" (video)
Personnel [ edit ]
Don Was Recorded By: Rik Pekkonen at Ocean Way, Hollywood, CA
Assisted By: Young Dan Bosworth
Second Assistants: Trini Alveraz and Jeff Demorris
Additional Recording by Barry Taylor at Caravell, Branson, MO
Chuck Ainlay at Record Planet, Hollywood, CA Assisted By: Brian Pollack
Minister of Information: Jane Oppenheimer
Album Production Coordinator: Carrie McConkey for The Marsha Burns Company
Consigliere: Mart Rothbaum
Art Direction: Sherri Halford and Buddy Jackson
Design: B. Middleworth for Jackson Design
Frank Ockenfels Additional Photography: Patrick Ockenfels
Makeup: Diane Weidenmann
Producer: Don Was
Reissue Producer: Rob Christie
Remastering: Ed Cherney and Ron McMaster @ Capitol Studios, Hollywood
Remixing: ("If He Came Back Home Again"): Don Was and Ed Cherney
Liner Notes: Chet Flippo, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson
Art Design: Shannon Ward for Den 45 @ EMI
Design: Rene Neri for Den 145 @ EMI
Photography: Frank Ockenfels, Patrick Simpson
Chart performance [ edit ]
Billboard Top Country Albums 42
References [ edit ]