He ain’t that lonely yet: The best of Dwight Yoakam

“It Only Hurts When I Cry,” “Ain’t That Lonely Yet,” “I Wouldn’t Put It Past Me” — damn, what an asshole. For thirty years, from his origins as a neotrad cowpunker associated with The Blaster and X (hence the Maria McKee duet to the minimalist pleasures of his last four releases, Dwight Yoakam has delivered the goods without conceding an millimeter to likability. Pete Anderson no longer produces his material, and I can’t tell the difference.

1. Buenas Noches from a Lonely Room (She Wore Red Dresses)
2. I Got You
3. Guitars, Cadillacs
4. Streets of Bakersfield (Feat. Buck Owens)
5. A Thousand Mile From Nowhere
6. You’re the One
7. Fast as You
8. Things Change
9. I Sang Dixie
10. It Only Hurts When I Cry
11. The Late Great Golden State
12. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke
13. Long White Cadillac
14. If There Was a Way
15. 3 Pears
16. Ain’t That Lonely Yet
17. Turn It On, Turn It Up, Turn Me Loose
18. You’re the One
19. Rock It All Away
20. Population Me
21. I Wouldn’t Put It Past Me
22. Suspicious Minds
23. Bury Me
24. The Heart That You Own
25. It Won’t Hurt

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