Yoakam comes around again with "Second Hand Heart"
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
– Dwight Yoakam will be back on Warner with "Second Hand Heart" on April 14.
Yoakam released a series of albums on Reprise Records beginning with his debut, "Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Etc.," in 1986.
Yoakam self-produced release, which was mixed by engineer Chris Lord-Alge, who also co-produced three tracks with Yoakam ("She," "Believe" and "The Big Time") The album features two covers, Anthony Crawford's "V's of Birds" and the traditional "Man of Constant Sorrow." Yoakam penned the other eight songs on his own.
Yoakam's last release was "Three Pears" in 2012 on Warner Nasvhille.
The track listing for "Second Hand Heart" is:
In Another World
Dreams of Clay
Second Hand Heart
Off Your Mind
Man Of Constant Sorrow
The Big Time
V's of Birds
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