Country, Contemporary Country, Traditional Bluegrass, Bluegrass, Progressive Bluegrass

Album Review

Two Highways is the first album Alison Krauss recorded with her excellent backing band, Union Station, and, appropriately, it demonstrates that she could lead a band through a number of bluegrass standards, as well as several more contemporary numbers. Of course, her instrumental solo continue to be the most impressive thing about her music on Two Highways, but her duets with guitarists Jeff White demonstrate that her vocals are beginning to come into their own.
Thom Owens, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Two Highways
  2. I'm Alone Again
  3. Wild Bill Jones
  4. Beaumont Rag
  5. Heaven's Bright Shore
  6. Love You in Vain
  7. Here Comes Goodbye
  8. As Lovely as You
  9. Windy City Rag
  10. Lord Don't Forsake Me
  11. Teardrops Will Kiss the Morning Dew
  12. Midnight Rider