The Highwomen - The Highwomen

The Highwomen

The Highwomen

 Biography
  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2019-09-06
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2019 Highwomen LLC under exclusive license to Elektra Records

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Highwomen 3:32  
2
Redesigning Women 2:54  
3
Loose Change 2:22  
4
Crowded Table 3:29  
5
My Name Can't Be Mama 2:30  
6
If She Ever Leaves Me 3:13  
7
Old Soul 5:45  
8
Don't Call Me 3:36  
9
My Only Child 3:53  
10
Heaven Is a Honky Tonk 3:54  
11
Cocktail and a Song 3:37  
12
Wheels of Laredo 4:14  

Reviews

  • Terrible

    1
    By LBTfan_Kim
    Trite lyrics and recycled songs. But at least the production is bad. Complete waste of money.
  • Highway women

    5
    By chas#
    Great c d the song highway women is great
  • Stan the music man unusual

    1
    By Stan the man!!!
    Be a little more creative in naming your group or better yet go home 🏡 & clean your house & leave country music to real people
  • Surprisingly Enjoyable

    5
    By ny.defined
    I’m generally a bigger fan of Brandi’s less country tunes. And after reading some reviews my hopes were low. But Maren Morris and Brandi Carlile were awesome when I saw them perform together and I’ll be seeing most of the Highwomen again this winter so I thought I’d give this a whirl. I don’t get the one star reviews at all except perhaps they are coming from a bunch of guys who only feel good when putting women down. All the more reason to have an album like this. Would probably have rated 4 stars as I don’t love every song on the album. But I do love several and maybe my extra star will offset a few of the sad sacks who felt the need to give it 1 star just to make themselves feel better. Give it a go, decide for yourself, it might surprise you.
  • Meh

    1
    By KRoss71
    Dumb name. Couple good songs.
  • Ode to History, With Fresh Eyes

    5
    By amcarthur10
    It’s reinvention while paying tribute. There’s personal story telling along with songs with historical significance. I’ve really enjoyed each song on this album. Well done.
  • Amazing! Gorgeous music - starting something...

    5
    By PrairieKS
    Way to go ladies! Gorgeous music - but you've always made gorgeous music. However, now you're getting attention because you're working together. The trolls are awake, and that's okay, because now you'll know that you're actually making a difference! If no one is criticizing you then no one is listening. Well done, ladies!
  • Reminds me of the Dixie Chicks

    5
    By CoplanCreative
    And I mean that it the most respectful way.
  • The Highwomen????

    1
    By svtcobra320
    This album is a half-hearted attempt at capitalizing on an original concept that was fortified many years ago with the stellar efforts of “The Highwaymen". What we get here is a group of aspiring artists who are not in any way equal to the level of seniority of what Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings and Kris Kristofferson respectively brought to the table. If this band contained the likes of Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Pam Tillis and Dolly Parton, we might be able to fully appreciate what they're presenting here with this self-titled release, but these ladies are just not on par with the namesake. Even the name "The Highwaywomen" would have been a better choice than "The Highwomen"! Seriously, what in the name of cheesy spin-offs were they thinking?!?
  • To the Negative Reviewers -HOMEWORK!

    4
    By whycocoman
    For the negative reviewers who don't GET it...the Highwayman was written NOT by Johnny or Willie or Waylon or Kris, but by Jimmy Webb. He gave the Highwomen his blessing on recording his song. Some reviewers on here seem to think that these ladies are just pretty young faces. They need to do their homework. Each of these women individually is a talented writer and vocalist. They too, like Dolly, Patty and Emmylou paid their dues is a slightly later era. The Highwomen is a great spinoff to a classic, but with a female point of view, especially in a time when female country artists are being snubbed by radio in favor of bro-country hick-hop Friday night-pickup truck-beer and hot chick BS lyrics. It's a great kick in the face to the country radio lemming decision-makers, whether they are PDs or so-called broadcast consultants in bed with record company suits. So...don't expect to hear any of this album on radio. They won't "get" it.

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