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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Pilgrim on Discogs. Label: MCA Nashville - MCA / • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country/5(3).
  2. Marty Stuart’s album “The Pilgrim - Deluxe Edition” out now! Intermission (Instrumental) - Duration: 32 seconds. Marty Stuart. views; 8 months ago; This item has been hidden.
  3. 2)- Intermission. 3)- The Greatest Love Of All Time. 4)- The Greatest Love Of All Time. 5)- Draggin’ Around These Chains Of Love. VINYL #2- SIDE B. 1)- The Pilgrim (Act II) 2)- Redemption. 3)- The Pilgrim (Act III) 4)- Outro (Marty Stuart/The Pilgrim) 5)- Mr. John Henry, Steel Driving Man. BONUS CD Track Listing.
  4. Sep 20,  · Stuart links the songs with instrumental passages, various reprises of the title track, and even a poetry reading featuring the unmistakable voice of his old boss, Johnny Cash. While THE PILGRIM is no one's idea of a commercial country album, one has to admire the sheer ambition of the project, as well as the guts it took MCA records to release what amounts to a unique and deeply .
  5. The Marty Stuart entry in the mid-priced 20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection series is the best compilation of Stuart's work yet released. It shares seven tracks with the set The Marty Party Hit Pack, a best-of that Price: $
  6. Jun 15,  · However, on The Pilgrim, a concept album that tells a true story from Stuart's Mississippi hometown, he has finally found a theme to inspire a whole collection of substantial songs. The title character falls in love with a woman at work, discovers too late she's married, watches her husband kill himself, flees the town for years of drunken wandering, and finally finds redemption in /5(62).
  7. The Pilgrim (Act I) The Pilgrim (Act II) The Pilgrim (Act III) Redemption Love Can Go To. Reasons End date: Jul 09,
  8. The Pilgrim is the 10th studio album from Marty Stuart, originally released in A concept album, it tells the story of a man (The Pilgrim) from Marty Stuart's hometown of Philadelphia, Mississippi. Marty plays the role of the Pilgrim, as well as other roles. The album features many country/bluegrass legends as guest stars, including Emmylou Harris, Pam Tillis, George Jones, Ralph Stanley, Earl Scruggs /5(57).

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