The Highwomen - The Highwomen

The Highwomen

The Highwomen

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2019-09-06
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Highwomen The Highwomen 3:32 USD 1.29
2
Redesigning Women The Highwomen 2:54 USD 1.29
3
Loose Change The Highwomen 2:22 USD 1.29
4
Crowded Table The Highwomen 3:29 USD 1.29
5
My Name Can't Be Mama The Highwomen 2:30 USD 1.29
6
If She Ever Leaves Me The Highwomen 3:13 USD 1.29
7
Old Soul The Highwomen 5:45 USD 1.29
8
Don't Call Me The Highwomen 3:36 USD 1.29
9
My Only Child The Highwomen 3:53 USD 1.29
10
Heaven Is a Honky Tonk The Highwomen 3:54 USD 1.29
11
Cocktail and a Song The Highwomen 3:37 USD 1.29
12
Wheels of Laredo The Highwomen 4:14 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Do any current songwriters in Nashville...

    1
    By gringo99
    read books? This is the bottom of the barrel songwriting just like the garbage on commercial country radio. Go study the greats. The unison vocals are terrible.
  • Love this

    5
    By TragicKingdom<3
    This album is incredible!! Nice work ladies. Country music needed this album!
  • Wonderful & Original

    5
    By I am a Highwoman
    Despite some of the idiots reviews, these are four amazingly talented singer/songwriters. To the person who spoke against Miranda fans- Miranda was a part of this album and completely supports these ladies. To the “folks” who spout off about the original Highwaymen- Jimmy Webb assisted in re-writing their namesake song and completely supports these ladies along with Willie Nelson (who was a Highwayman) and his son. We need more women in Country Music & these ladies are trying to facilitate more support and less competition! Great album- I LOVE it!!
  • Stunning.

    5
    By Aunt Martha
    I've been craving some powerful, harmony-filled acoustic country music -- and The Highwomen really deliver. There are fun, bouncy tunes (Redesigning Women, Don't Call Me); beautiful, tear-driving anthems (Highwomen, Cocktail and a Song, Wheels of Laredo); and so many other excellent songs (Old Soul, My Only Child, ...). The lyrics and the harmonies are just heart-breakingly beautiful. The production is clean and sweet sounding. This is a great antidote to the Beer, Trucks and Butts on modern country music radio.
  • Soaring vocals & stories that mean something!

    5
    By Woo Hoo Creative
    Crowded Table is a life anthem for me. So glad you came together to spread love and rebellion!
  • Love it

    5
    By MmmmMlllllllkjki
    Great record!
  • Clever and Fun

    5
    By Home-heart
    Harmonies full of effervescence, smart lyrics, this music makes you smile and tap your toes.
  • Beautiful voices, strong women, modern message

    5
    By Pandaplak
    This album is for all women! Anyone leaving negative reviews clearly hasn’t listened to the whole album. Yes, the title track is a remake, but with its own modern message. This album is incredibly unique and showcases all of these women’s beautiful voices and amazing talent. I love the larger message of women supporting each other instead of competing with each other!
  • Pure crap by 4 unknowns

    1
    By ReKt117634
    The original highwaymen were legends of their time (and now) coming together to make legendary music, these are four unknown want to be women copying the greatest of all time for a buck!! I'll pass !!
  • The Highwomen????

    2
    By svtcobra320
    This album is a half-hearted attempt at capitalizing on an original concept that has been fortified many years ago with the stellar efforts of "The Highwaymen". What we get here is a group of aspiring women who are not in any way equal to the level of seniority that of what Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson bring to the table. If we had the likes of Reba McEntire, Shania Twain, Carrie Underwood and Pam Tillis (not to mention Dolly Parton) we might be able to respect what they're giving us with this self-titled release, but these ladies are not on par with the namesake. Even the name "The Highwaywomen" would have been a better choice than "The Highwomen". What were they thinking?

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