Alison Krauss & Union Station - Lonely Runs Both Ways CD

Lonely Runs Both Ways is the highly anticipated 2004 studio album from the world's finest purveyors of Bluegrass, Alison Krauss and Union Station. Featuring instant classics such as "Wouldn't Be So Bad," "Goodbye Is All We Have," and the lead single, "Restless," Lonely Runs Both Ways is another unforgettable collection of songs from this multiple Grammy-winning act. Krauss' angelical voice and consistently satisfying violin work is the focal point, but as usual her band runs rampant on this disc as well. Dan Tyminski, perhaps the most recognizable voice in bluegrass today, offers a neo-traditional take on Woody Guthrie's "Pastures of Plenty" and renews Del McCoury's "Rain Please Go Away". Master musician Jerry Douglas offers the driving instrumental "Unionhouse Branch" and graces the whole album with his unbeatable playing. Another stunning acheivement, this album of quiet desperation and one-of-a-kind interplay might be Krauss' best yet as she moves out of the shadow of bluegrass and continues to reach new musical heights.

1. Gravity mp3
2. Restless mp3
3. Rain Please Go Away mp3
4. Goodbye Is All We Have mp3
5. Unionhouse Branch mp3
6. Wouldn't Be So Bad mp3
7. Pastures of Plenty mp3
8. Crazy as Me mp3
9. Borderline mp3
10. My Poor Old Heart mp3
11. This Sad Song mp3
12. Doesn't Have to Be This Way mp3
13. I Don't Have to Live This Way mp3
14. If I Didn't Know Any Better mp3
15. A Living Prayer mp3