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Bestselling artists on Highway 20 this year: Lucinda Williams

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Lucinda Williams
Good Souls Better Angels

Forging blues, rock, country and Americana for over four decades at this point, the ever-restless Lucinda Williams delivers her most politically pointed album yet in the form of 14th effort Good Souls Better Angels. With her manager/husband Tom Overby a co-writer, the 12 tracks needle at society’s injustices. LP versions contain five bonus tracks. 

Lucinda Williams
Just A Little More Faith & Grace

Lucinda Williams is that pretty great country rawk musician who releases monolithic double albums every so often with plenty of good songs to boot. She recently released 'Ghosts of Highway 20' and this RSD 12" is a lil' missive from the same time, including an eighteen minute(!) version of "Faith & Grace", because the longer a thing is the more you'll be like "wow, that's really long". 

Lucinda Williams
This Sweet Old World

Sweet Old World is Lucinda Williams’ classic 1992 album, and it is celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary this year. Lucinda has chosen to mark this occasion not with a reissue, but with a re-version: she has re-recorded new performances of each of the original album’s tracks, drawing out new resonances through here matured voice. This Sweet Old World is released by Highway 20 and Thirty Tigers.

Lucinda Williams
The Ghosts of Highway 20

Brand new album from Lucinda Williams, a true country music veteran. The Ghosts of Highway 20 is a weighty collection of American storytelling, Williams performing with a band that includes Bill Frisell and Greg Leisz. Travel, and memories of places known, are a strong running theme. Double CD or double LP on Highway 20 Records.

Lucinda Williams
Down Where The Spirit Meets The Bone

Alt country star Lucinda Williams returns with 'Down Where The Spirit Meets Bone', being released on her very own label, Highway 20. A sprawling double-disc record, 'Down' features twenty tunes, including collaborations with Williams' own father (who wrote a poem for the record) and Jakob Dylan, the son of that other Highway guy.