Old Friends (Guy Clark album). Old Friends is an album by American singer-songwriter Guy Clark, released in 1988. Old Friends" (Guy Clark, Susanna Clark, Richard Dobson) – 3:12. Hands" (Clark, Joe Henry, Verlon Thompson) – 2:22. All Through Throwin' Good Love After Bad" (Clark, Richard Leigh) – 2:46. Immigrant Eyes" (Clark, Jim Murragh) – 3:37. Heavy Metal" (Clark, Jim McBride) – 3:02. Come From the Heart" (Susanna Clark, Richard Leigh) – 3:18. The Indian Cowboy" (Joe Ely) – 2:21.
While an RCA greatest-hits package had appeared in the interim, Clark had not made a new record in five years and had left Warner. With 1988's Old Friends, Clark teamed with eccentric producer Miles Wilkinson for the first time and recorded his debut album for Sugar Hill. In many ways this set feels like nostalgia. There are familiar faces (Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Rosanne Cash) and sounds from the days of yore - meaning his 1970s records - but there are some new ones too (Verlon Thompson, Sam Bush, and slide boss Mike Henderson to name three).
Guitar, Vocals, Producer – Guy Clark. Percussion, Engineer, Producer – Miles Wilkinson. Recorded at SBK Studios. White Vinyl as opposed to Old Friends. Old Friends (CD, Album).
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All Through Throwing Good Love After Bad. Immigrant Eyes. To Live Is to Fly. Watermelon Dream.
Emmylou Harris appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records.
Rosanne Cash appears courtesy of CBS Records.
Rodney Cowell appears courtesy of CBS Records.
Vince Gill appears courtesy of RCA Records.
Sam Bush appears courtesy of Capitol Records.