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1 Do You Mind Too Much If I Don't Understand Nelson 2:48
2 How Long Is Forever Nelson 3:22
3 I'm a Worried Man Cash/Cash 2:35
4 The Harder They Come Cliff 3:38
5 Something to Think About Nelson 3:14
6 Sitting in Limbo Cliff 2:41
7 Darkness on the Face of the Earth Nelson 2:17
8 One in a Row Nelson 3:33
9 I've Just Destroyed the World (I'm Living In) Nelson/Price 2:44
10 You Left Me a Long, Long Time Ago Nelson 3:02
11 I Guess I've Come to Live Here in Your Eyes Nelson 3:27
12 Undo the Right Nelson/Cochran 2:32
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Audio Compact Disc

Label: Lost Highway

Category: Pop/Rock


UPC: 602498820551

Release Date: 07/12/2005

Original Release Date: 07/12/2005

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Do You Mind Too Much If I Don't Understand, How Long Is Forever, I'm a Worried Man, The Harder They Come, Something to Think About, Sitting in Limbo, Darkness on the Face of the Earth, One in a Row, I've Just Destroyed the World (I'm Living In), You Left Me a Long, Long Time Ago, I Guess I've Come to Live Here in Your Eyes, Undo the Right]

Steve Leggett

Countryman was first brainstormed by Don Was and Chris Blackwell way back in 1995 and was originally intended for release on Blackwell's Island Records. Work began in 1996 with Don Was producing, but the project almost immediately fell victim to label monkey business, and sat on Nelson's back burner for nearly a decade, until Lost Highway hired producer Richard Feldman to come in and finish it. Nelson does a credible job on the two Jimmy Cliff tunes on Countryman, turning in strong, eerie, and atmospheric versions of "Sitting in Limbo" and "The Harder They Come," and he shines on his own 1960s song "Darkness on the Face of the Earth," which features a cute (sorry, no other word will do) little dub tail. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi