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The Highwomen

The Highwomen (​Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires & Natalie Hemby)

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The country supergroup of Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires and Natalie Hemby—the Highwomen—mercifully isn't about girl power. Theirs is a show of strength by four grown-ass women and their mighty voices. They harmonize like nobody's business (the '80s-tinged "Redesigning Women," rodeo-sweetheart track "Heaven Is a Honky Tonk") but it's just as fun when they trade verses, as on the wickedly swinging "My Name Can't Be Mama" and lonesome-West title track, co-written with Jimmy Webb (who composed "Highwayman," made famous by Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, who adopted the moniker in 1985 for their quartet). Morris takes center stage for "Loose Change," highlighting her clever-metaphor lyrics: "I'm gonna be somebody's lucky penny someday / instead of rolling around your pocket like loose change." Carlile exudes star power for the excellent "Wheels of Laredo" and "If She Ever Leaves Me"—a claim-staking weepie told from a lesbian POV. While not as famous, Shires ("Don't Call Me," a real spitfire) and Hemby (the Anne Murray-esque "My Only Child") prove much more than supporting players. And when all four voices come together with no solo turns for the angelic "Crowded Table," it's truly a high. © Qobuz

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1
Highwomen
00:03:32

Brandi Carlile, Acoustic Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Natalie Hemby, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Percussion, Bass - Jimmy Webb, Writer - Sheryl Crow, Background Vocals - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Piano - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Background Vocals - Chris Powell, Drums - Yola, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Amanda Shires, Violin, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

2
Redesigning Women
00:02:54

Brandi Carlile, Vocals, Background Vocals - Rodney Clawson, Writer - Natalie Hemby, Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Vocals, Background Vocals - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Vocals, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

3
Loose Change
00:02:22

Brandi Carlile, Background Vocals - Daniel Layus, Writer - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Piano - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Lead Vocals, Writer - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Maggie Chapman, Writer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

4
Crowded Table
00:03:29

Brandi Carlile, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Natalie Hemby, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Lori McKenna, Writer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Piano, Strings, Mellotron - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

5
My Name Can't Be Mama
00:02:30

Brandi Carlile, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Piano - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Violin, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

6
If She Ever Leaves Me
00:03:13

Brandi Carlile, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Chris Tompkins, Writer - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Piano, Strings, Mellotron - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Writer - Chris Powell, Drums - Amanda Shires, Writer, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

7
Old Soul
00:05:45

Brandi Carlile, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar, Background Vocals - Phil Hanseroth, Background Vocals, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Strings, Mellotron - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Laura Veltz, Writer - Jason Isbell, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Lead Vocals, Writer - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Violin, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Luke Dick, Writer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

8
Don't Call Me
00:03:36

Brandi Carlile, Lead Vocals, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Writer, Wurlitzer - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

9
My Only Child
00:03:53

Miranda Lambert, Writer - Brandi Carlile, Background Vocals - Natalie Hemby, Lead Vocals, Writer - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Hi-String Guitar - Sheryl Crow, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Piano - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Background Vocals - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Yola, Background Vocals - Amanda Shires, Violin, Writer, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

10
Heaven Is A Honky Tonk
00:03:54

Brandi Carlile, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Natalie Hemby, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Drums, Percussion, Bass - Sheryl Crow, Lead Vocals - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Ray LaMontagne, Writer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Yola, Background Vocals - Amanda Shires, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

11
Cocktail And A Song
00:03:37

Brandi Carlile, Piano - Natalie Hemby, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar - Phil Hanseroth, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Strings, Mellotron - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Electric Guitar - Maren Morris, Background Vocals - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Amanda Shires, Violin, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

12
Wheels Of Laredo
00:04:14

Brandi Carlile, Lead Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Tim Hanseroth, Acoustic Guitar, Writer - Phil Hanseroth, Writer, Bass - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, Programmer - Daniel Bacigalupi, Masterer - Pete Lyman, Masterer - Dave Cobb, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Peter Levin, Keyboards, Piano - Brandon Bell, Engineer - Jason Isbell, Acoustic Guitar - Chris Powell, Drums, Percussion - Yola, Background Vocals - Amanda Shires, Background Vocals - Toby Hulbert, Assistant Engineer - Gena Johnson, Assistant Engineer - Colin Lott, Assistant Engineer - The Highwomen, MainArtist

© 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

Album Description

The country supergroup of Maren Morris, Brandi Carlile, Amanda Shires and Natalie Hemby—the Highwomen—mercifully isn't about girl power. Theirs is a show of strength by four grown-ass women and their mighty voices. They harmonize like nobody's business (the '80s-tinged "Redesigning Women," rodeo-sweetheart track "Heaven Is a Honky Tonk") but it's just as fun when they trade verses, as on the wickedly swinging "My Name Can't Be Mama" and lonesome-West title track, co-written with Jimmy Webb (who composed "Highwayman," made famous by Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, who adopted the moniker in 1985 for their quartet). Morris takes center stage for "Loose Change," highlighting her clever-metaphor lyrics: "I'm gonna be somebody's lucky penny someday / instead of rolling around your pocket like loose change." Carlile exudes star power for the excellent "Wheels of Laredo" and "If She Ever Leaves Me"—a claim-staking weepie told from a lesbian POV. While not as famous, Shires ("Don't Call Me," a real spitfire) and Hemby (the Anne Murray-esque "My Only Child") prove much more than supporting players. And when all four voices come together with no solo turns for the angelic "Crowded Table," it's truly a high. © Qobuz

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