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Rare Adams, Cash "Found"

Lost Highway "Lost and Found" includes Lucinda, Jayhawks

August 11, 2003 12:00 AM ET

Previously unreleased and rare material by Ryan Adams, Johnny Cash, Bright Eyes, Lucinda Williams, the Jayhawks and others will be included on Lost and Found, Vol. I, a compilation due from Lost Highway Records on September 23rd.

Among the tracks included are Cash's cover of the Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman"; "Choked Up," an album that didn't make the cut for Whiskeytown's swan song, Pneumonia; and "Falling Star," which appeared on the Jayhawks' long-out-of-print, self-titled debut album.

A second volume of the Lost and Found series is due next year.

Track listing for Lost and Found, Vol. I:

Ryan Adams, "Rosalie Come and Go"
Marc Broussard, "Just Like That"
Lucinda Williams, "Buick Blues (Version 1)"
Jayhawks, "Fools on Parade"
Tift Merritt, "Trouble Over Me"
Willie Nelson and Ray Price, "Run That by Me One More Time"
Joe Ely, "Streets of Sin"
Jayhawks, "Falling Star"
Kathleen Edwards, "Hockey Skates"
Bright Eyes, "Trees Get Wheeled Away"
Whiskeytown, "Choked Up"
Willie Nelson, "I Didn't C ome Here (And I Ain't Leavin')"
Lucinda Williams, "Righteously"
UnAmerican, "Sometimes"
Johnny Cash, "Wichita Lineman"

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