|1||Daddy Frank (The Guitar Man)||3:41|
|2||Okie From Muskogee||2:43|
|3||If We Make It Through December||2:46|
|4||The Roots Of My Raising||2:44|
|5||The Legend Of Bonnie And Clyde||2:07|
|6||I'm Always On A Mountain When I Fall||2:48|
|7||Someday We'll Look Back||2:21|
|8||The Bottle Let Me Down||2:44|
Two Old Friends is the fifty-second studio album by Merle Haggard and Albert E. Brumley, Jr, son of gospel legend and songwriter Albert E. Brumley. It was released in 1999. with the immediacy and warmth of a back-porch jam session. There's a Road Down the Road" (Albert E. Brumley, J. Dale Vest) – 2:13. Victory in Jesus" (Eugene Bartlett) – 2:33.
1996 is the forty-ninth studio album by American country singer Merle Haggard, released in 1996. It was his last studio album on the Curb Records label, and was considered something of a return to form for Haggard despite poor sales.
Pancho & Lefty is a honky tonk album by outlaw country musicians Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson, released in 1983. Original vinyl copies from 1983 give the album's title as "Poncho & Lefty" on the cover, as well as on the inner sleeve and the record label; the album's title track is similarly rendered "Poncho & Lefty" on the cover, inner sleeve, and label. They are backed by Don Markham of The Strangers.
It reached number 4 on Billboard's country albums chart. The title song was one of Haggard's biggest hit singles and won the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1999.
Down Every Road 1962–1994 is a compilation album by American country singer Merle Haggard, released in 1996. It covers music from his earliest work in the early 1960s to his Epic releases of the late 1980s. Down Every Road 1962–1994 comprises 100 songs recorded from 1962 through 1994, across four CDs. Each CD represents a different period of Haggard's career
The song "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive" brought Haggard country stardom.
Merle Ronald Haggard (April 6, 1937 – April 6, 2016) was an American country singer, songwriter, guitarist, and fiddler. Haggard was born in Oildale, California, during the Great Depression. His childhood was troubled after the death of his father, and he was incarcerated several times in his youth.
Country legend Merle Haggard, often called the Poet of the Common Man, whose music reflected his hardscrabble roots and hard-living ways as well as a tenderness that made him a revered songwriter, has died at his home near Redding, Calif. He was 79. The Associated Press confirmed his death. Haggard along with fellow Bakersfield, Calif. superstar Buck Owens defined the West Coast sound of country music in the 1960s and ’70s.
Merle Haggard, who over six decades composed and performed one of the greatest repertoires in country music, capturing the American condition with his stories of the poor, the lost, the working class, heartbroken and hard-living, died at his home in the San Joaquin Valley, California, after a battle with pneumonia, his spokeswoman Tresa Redburn confirmed. In American and country music, few artists loomed larger
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