Dwight Yoakam - Last Chance For A Thousand Years • Dwight Yoakam's Greatest Hits From The 90's download flac
Last Chance for a Thousand Years: Dwight Yoakam's Greatest Hits from the 90's is the second greatest hits compilation album released by American country music singer Dwight Yoakam. It includes 11 of his hit singles from the 1990s, as well as three new recordings. These new songs are a cover of rock band Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", as well as an adapted rendition of Rodney Crowell's "Thinking About Leaving" and "I'll Go Back to Her", originally by Waylon Jennings.
During the '90s, Dwight Yoakam settled into a weird role. No longer a representative of the cutting edge, the way he was in the '80s, he was nevertheless far too restless and young to become an elder statesman. Instead, he followed his own path, which resulted in a series of albums that were (arguably) every bit as rewarding as his '80s efforts. And if it is true that country artists can be judged by their singles comps, as some have alleged over the years, then Last Chance for a Thousand Miles proves that Yoakam is one of the greats of the '80s and '90s.
Yoakam wrote all the songs and produced the album himself. In addition, he directed the videos for "Intentional Heartache" and the title track himself. All songs were written and produced by Dwight Yoakam. Blame the Vain" - 3:40. Lucky That Way" - 3:22. Last Chance for a Thousand Years: Dwight Yoakam's Greatest Hits from the 90's. Dwight's Used Records. The Very Best of Dwight Yoakam. 21st Century Hits: Best of 2000–2012.
PLAY ALL. Last Chance For A Thousand Years - Dwight Yoakam's Greatest Hits From The 90's. Released by Warner Music Group Aug 2012 14 Tracks.
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Album · 1999 · 14 Songs. The '90s were a heck of a decade for the man who made old-school country cool again. When he wasn't delivering modern-day honky-tonk hits like "It Only Hurts When I Cry," he was channeling Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" for the wry "Sorry You Asked?" or adapting Memphis soul flavors on "Nothing. Like Lookin' for a Hit, Last Chance offers previously unreleased tunes too, most notably a rockin' revamp of Queen's "Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Album · 1999 · 14 Songs.
Greatest hits album by Dwight Yoakam. Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose. You're The One. It Only Hurts When I Cry. The Heart That You Own. Suspicious Minds. Thinking About Leaving. Fast as You. Pocket of a Clown. Sorry You Asked? Nothing. I'll Go Back To Her. Crazy Little Thing Called Love.
Last Chance For A Thousand Years - Dwight Yoakam's Greatest Hits From The 90's (. A thousand miles from nowhere, Ain't that lonely yet, Fast as you and Pocket of a clown represents the 1992 album This time, while 1995's Gone album is represented by just two songs - Sorry you asked and Nothing. The set is completed by two more then-new recordings, I'll go back to her and his amazing cover of Crazy little thing called love - the only country cover I know of a Queen song. Dwight could rock with the best but was equally adept at the slow songs. This is an excellent compilation of his nineties music, although there are many other great songs which didn't get.
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|1||Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose
Written-By – Kostas , Wayland Patton
|2||You're The One||4:01|
|3||It Only Hurts When I Cry
Written-By – Roger Miller
|4||The Heart That You Own||3:11|
Written-By – Mark James
|6||Thinking About Leaving
Written-By – Rodney Crowell
|7||A Thousand Miles From Nowhere||4:29|
|8||Ain't That Lonely Yet
Written-By – James House, Kostas
|9||Fast As You||4:47|
|10||Pocket Of A Clown||2:57|
|11||Sorry You Asked?||3:25|
Written-By – Kostas
|13||I'll Go Back To Her
Written-By – Waylon Jennings
|14||Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Engineer – Judy ClappMastered By – Stephen MarcussenMixed By – Tchad BlakeWritten-By – Freddie Mercury
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reprise Records
- Copyright (c) – Reprise Records
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- Glass Mastered At – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – Y7631
- Pressed By – WEA Mfg. Commerce
- Acoustic Guitar – Dean Parks (tracks: 7 to 12)
- Art Direction, Design – Dwight Yoakam
- Backing Vocals – Amy Ray (tracks: 1 to 4), Beth Andersen (tracks: 5 to 10, 12), Carl Jackson (tracks: 7 to 11), Carmen Twilley* (tracks: 12), Emily Saliers (tracks: 1 to 4), Jim Haas (tracks: 7 to 10), Jim Lauderdale (tracks: 1 to 10), Jonathan Clark (tracks: 6, 13, 14), Maxi Anderson (tracks: 12), Roger Miller (tracks: 1 to 4), Tim O'Brien (tracks: 1 to 4), Tommy Funderburk (tracks: 1 to 10, 12, 14)
- Backing Vocals, Handclaps – Dwight Yoakam (tracks: 11, 12)
- Banjo, Lap Steel Guitar [Dobro] – Al Perkins (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 10)
- Baritone Saxophone – Greg Smith (tracks: 11, 12)
- Bass – Taras Prodaniuk
- Bass [Six String], Handclaps – Dusty Wakeman (tracks: 11, 12)
- Bass [Upright] – Charles Domanico* (tracks: 7 to 10)
- Design [Art Designer] – Jean Krikorian
- Drum Programming – Scott Humphrey (tracks: 5, 7 to 10)
- Drums – Jeff Donovan* (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 10), Jim Christie (tracks: 6, 11 to 13)
- Electric Guitar, Baritone Guitar – Pete Anderson
- Fiddle – Don Reed (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 10), Scott Joss (tracks: 1 to 4, 7 to 12)
- Handclaps – Gary White (tracks: 11, 12), Steve Moore (tracks: 11, 12)
- Keyboards, Organ, Piano, Accordion – Skip Edwards
- Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Dwight Yoakam
- Mandolin – Tim O'Brien (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Gary Morse (tracks: 6, 13, 14)
- Percussion – Lenny Castro (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Photography By – Randee St. Nicholas
- Producer – Pete Anderson
- Sitar [Electric], Harmonica, Handclaps – Pete Anderson (tracks: 11, 12)
- Steel Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar – Tom Brumley (tracks: 1 to 4, 11, 12)
- Tenor Saxophone – Lon Price (tracks: 11, 12)
- Trumpet, Trombone – Lee Thornburg (tracks: 11, 12)
- Written-By – Dwight Yoakam (tracks: 2 to 4, 6, 7, 9 to 12)
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- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L903
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2V2D
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