Highway (The Wilkinsons album)

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Highway
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Studio album by
ReleasedMarch 29, 2005
Genre Country
Length50:49
Label Open Road
Producer Tony Haselden
Steve Wilkinson
Russ Zavitson
The Wilkinsons chronology
Here and Now
(2000)
Highway
(2005)
Home
(2007)
Professional ratings
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Highway is the fourth studio album by the Canadian country music group The Wilkinsons. It was released on March 29, 2005.

Track listing

  1. "Little Girl" (Rob Crosby, Amanda Wilkinson, Steve Wilkinson) - 4:08
  2. "Melancholy Wine" (Charlie Craig, A. Wilkinson, S. Wilkinson) - 3:58
  3. "Leaving Song" (Crosby, Ray Stephenson, S. Wilkinson) - 3:43
  4. "Inside the Lines" (Brad Crisler, A. Wilkinson, S. Wilkinson) - 3:05
  5. "L.A." (Michael Dulaney, Natalie Hemby) - 3:19
  6. "One Blue Day" (Crosby, S. Wilkinson) - 4:08
  7. "No One's Gonna" (Craig, S. Wilkinson) - 3:25
  8. "Human" (Bruce Gatch, A. Wilkinson, Tyler Wilkinson) - 2:47
  9. "Highway" (Crosby, Stephenson, S. Wilkinson) - 4:07
  10. "Not Today" (Gary Burr, S. Wilkinson) - 4:12
  11. "Occasionally Crazy" (Crosby, A. Wilkinson, S. Wilkinson) - 3:07
  12. "You Want Me" (Tony Haselden) - 3:27
  13. "Williamstown" (John Scott Sherrill, S. Wilkinson) - 3:45
  14. "Grains of Sand" (Craig, Crosby, S. Wilkinson) - 3:38

Personnel

The Wilkinsons
Additional Musicians


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