That's What Daddy Wants

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That's What Daddy Wants
Studio album by Wayne Hancock
Released 1997
Genre Country, alt-country
Label Ark21
Producer Lloyd Maines
Wayne Hancock chronology
Thunderstorms and Neon Signs
(1995) Thunderstorms and Neon Signs1995
That's What Daddy Wants
(1997)
Wild, Free & Reckless
(2001) Wild, Free & Reckless2001
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That's What Daddy Wants is the second album by American country musician Wayne Hancock, released on August 26, 1997. This Album was also his first to be released on Ark21 Records.

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Contents

Track listing

All songs written by Wayne Hancock; except where noted

  1. "That's What Daddy Wants" – 3:32
  2. "87 Southbound" – 3:32
  3. "Johnson City" – 5:15
  4. "Misery" – 2:30
  5. "Little Lisa" – 1:47
  6. "Knocked Out Rhythm" – 5:14
  7. "Highway 54" – 2:54
  8. "Johnny Law" – 4:13
  9. "Freight Line Blues" – 2:41
  10. "Lea Ann" – 4:06
  11. "Life On The Road" – 3:29
  12. "Louisiana Blues" – 4:44
  13. "Brand New Cadillac" (Vince Taylor) – 4:39

Personnel

Lloyd Maines American country music record producer, musician and songwriter

Lloyd Wayne Maines is an American country music record producer, musician and songwriter. He was inducted into the Austin City Limits Hall Of Fame as one of the first three members, the other two being Willie Nelson and Stevie Ray Vaughan.

See also

Internet Archive US non-profit organization founded in 1996 in San Francisco by Brewster Kahle

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