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It's All In The Movies

Merle Haggard & The Strangers

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1.1
It's All In The Movies
Merle Haggard
3:11
1.2
Nothin's Worse Than Losing
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
2:58
1.3
After Loving You
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
3:10
1.4
Stingeree
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
4:03
1.5
I Know An Ending
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
3:10
1.6
This Is The Song We Sing
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
2:45
1.7
Living With The Shades Pulled Down
Merle Haggard
2:55
1.8
Hag's Dixie Blues #2
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
2:50
1.9
Let's Stop Pretending
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
3:05
1.10
Cotton Patch Blues
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
2:57
1.11
The Seeker
Merle Haggard; The Strangers
2:50
Total Playing Time    33:54
It's All in the Movies is the nineteenth studio album by American country singer Merle Haggard and The Strangers, released in 1976. The album's title track became Haggard's eighth consecutive #1 country single and features the same pop-oriented sound that producer Ken Nelson had employed on the singer's recent chart topper "Always Wanting You." Two songs, "Stingeree" and "Hag's Dixie Blues, No. 2," had been recorded for a 1973 studio album I Love Dixie Blues, a project Haggard scrapped after deciding to record a live album in New Orleans.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Nashville Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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