Lost Highway covers nearly a decade's worth of music from over 12 albums including 3 previously unreleased gems. Encompassing a broad spectrum of musical styles, Lost Highway features an amazing roster of collaborating artists while showcasing Willie's incomparable songwriting as well as his uncanny ability to take classic songs and truly make them his own. Artists featured on this compilation include: Rob Thomas, Lee Ann Womack, Ray Price, Lucinda Williams, Diana Krall, Elvis Costello, Merle Haggard and Shania Twain
Lost Highway covers nearly a decade's worth of music from over 12 albums including 3 previously unreleased gems. Encompassing a broad spectrum of musical styles, Lost Highway features an amazing roster of collaborating artists while showcasing Willie's incomparable songwriting as well as his uncanny ability to take classic songs and truly make them his own. Artists featured on this compilation include: Rob Thomas, Lee Ann Womack, Ray Price, Lucinda Williams, Diana Krall, Elvis Costello, Merle Haggard and Shania Twain
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Format: CD
Label: LHWY
Catalog: 1325402
Rel. Date: 08/11/2009
UPC: 602527139319

Lost Highway
Artist: Willie Nelson
Format: CD
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Lost Highway covers nearly a decade's worth of music from over 12 albums including 3 previously unreleased gems. Encompassing a broad spectrum of musical styles, Lost Highway features an amazing roster of collaborating artists while showcasing Willie's incomparable songwriting as well as his uncanny ability to take classic songs and truly make them his own. Artists featured on this compilation include: Rob Thomas, Lee Ann Womack, Ray Price, Lucinda Williams, Diana Krall, Elvis Costello, Merle Haggard and Shania Twain

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"''Lost Highway''" is a country music song written and recorded by blind country singer-songwriter Leon Payne in 1948. It was released in October 1948 on Nashville-based Bullet label.

In the early days of Leon Payne's career, he used to travel from one place to another, trying to find jobs wherever he could. Once he was in California hitchhiking to Alba, Texas, to visit his sick mother, he was unable to get a ride and finally got help from The Salvation Army. It was while he was waiting for help that he wrote this song. - Wikipedia