Seven Bridges Road" is a song written by American musician Steve Young, recorded in 1969 for his Rock Salt & Nails album. It has since been covered by many artists, the best-known version being a five-part harmony arrangement by English musician Iain Matthews recorded by the American rock band Eagles in 1980
Seven Bridges Road is the second album by pioneer country rock musician Steve Young. All tracks composed by Steve Young; except where indicated. Seven Bridges Road" - 3:22. My Oklahoma" (Cheryl A. Young) - 2:58. The White Trash Song" - 2:50. I Can't Hold Myself in Line" (Merle Haggard) - 2:15. I Begin to See Design" (Steve Young, Cheryl A. Young) - 2:56. Long Way to Hollywood" - 3:49. Lonesome, On'ry and Mean" - 3:30. Come Sit By My Side" (Fred Carter, J. - 2:56.
album di Steve Young del 1972. Leggi in un'altra lingua. Aggiungi agli osservati speciali. Seven Bridges Road è un album del musicista statunitense Steve Young, pubblicato nel 1972. Seven Bridges Road – 3:22. The White Trash Song – 2:50. I Can't Hold Myself in Line – 2:15. I Begin To See Design – 2:56. Long Way to Hollywood – 3:49. Lonesome, on'ry And Mean – 3:30. Come Sit by My Side – 2:56. Ragtime Blue Guitar – 2:45.
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Bridges Road" (Steve Young) - 3:22 Oklahoma" (Cheryl Young) - 2:58 White Trash Song" (Steve Young) - 2:50 Can't Hold Myself in Line" (Merle Haggard) - 2:15 Begin to See Design" (Steve Young/Cheryl Young) - 2:56 Way to Hollywood" (Steve Young) - 3:49 Rivers" (Steve Young) - 2:57 On'ry and Mean" (Steve
Seven Bridges Road' was released three times, with different track listings on each occasion. It initially came out in 1972 on Reprise, then again in 1973, with changes, on the small independent Blue Canyon label. It was released for the final time in 1981 on Rounder, with a new recording. Recorded in Nashville with the cream of that city's session men, the album was the follow-up to his debut, 1969's 'Rock Salt And Nails'. Seven Bridges Road' was released three times, with different track listings on each occasion. It was released for the final time in 1981 on Rounder, with a new recording of the title track and yet more changes to the track list.