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Long Way To Hollywood - Steve Young (2) - Seven Bridges Road (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. ^Seven Bridges Road^ in yellow (cover) Other Versions (5 of 7) View All Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year3/5(1).
  2. Steve Young - Seven Bridges Road: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Seven Bridges Road: A2: My Oklahoma: A3: The White Trash Song: A4: I Can't Hold Myself In Line: A5: I Begin To See Design: A6: Long Way To Hollywood: B1: Many Rivers: See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on .
  3. Download Steve Young - Seven Bridges Road | Seven Bridges Road,My Oklahoma,The White Trash Song,I Begin To See Design,One Car Funeral Procesion,Long Way To Hollywood,Many Rivers,Lonesome, Steve Young: Seven Bridges Road ‎ (LP, Album) Reprise Records: MS US: SNTF
  4. All tracks composed by Steve Young; except where indicated "Seven Bridges Road" - "My Oklahoma" (Cheryl A. Young) - "The White Trash Song" - "I Can't Hold Myself in Line" (Merle Haggard) - "I Begin to See Design" (Steve Young, Cheryl A. Young) - "Long Way to Hollywood" - "Many Rivers" -
  5. Long Way To Hollywood Lyrics: Babe, I hate to leave you down here / In this one horse town / Where the trains run through your early dreams / Just to leave an old wailing sound,.. / Oh but I’ll.
  6. Label: Rounder Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Blues/5(7).
  7. If you’re a fan of country-rock, Americana, or the 70s Outlaw Movement, you know that Steve Young is no run-of-the-mill artist. ’s Rock, Salt and Nails was a fine debut but on this disc Young comes into his own as a songwriter. One could make the case that this is Young’s best LP, though the next 3 records that follow Seven Bridges Road are also very good.
  8. Seven Bridges Road: Complete Recordings, an Album by Steve Young. Released on Bongrass (catalog no. BSCD ; CD). 4 Long Way to Hollywood 5 Down in the Flood 6 Ballad of Whatever that CD may be, it seems to be a "must-have" for the serious Steve Young .

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