Them old dirt roads is what ya'll missin'. . There is no denying that it’s a commonly used word in country music, but that’s because country music is about real life. Country music’s love affair with dirt roads is a long one. "The Dirt Road" is a song written by Mark Miller and Gregg Hubbard. Drunk on a dirt road running out of gas Out in the country you can see the stars pass We only got liquor, hash, lite beer and grass She said pull. . The studio version features special guest from the late Earl Scruggs. I've been walking it for years You better make real sure you're headed the right way. Cause it's right there to find, On the dirt road, I have lived life in the fast lane "The Dirt Road" is a song written by Mark Miller and Gregg Hubbard, and recorded by American country music band Sawyer Brown. One of the most successful albums of this type, this is an excellent (and well-recorded) introduction to the music of one of the touchstones of the blues. or for your next family get-together . The duration of song is 03:49. "The Dirt Road" appears on four Sawyer Brown albums: Sawyer Brown Wiki is a FANDOM Music Community. I'll take the dirt road-it's all I know The real life many of us lived right on those very same dirt roads. Lauren Alaina – “Dirt Road Prayer” 8. There really isn't a bad or misguided track here (unusual for tribute discs), a situation helped by the quality and pedigree of the musicians involved, who seek to maintain the rawness of Patton's blues. It was released by Sawyer Brown in 1992 and went to number three on the U.S. Like my truck, I'm made for running, down to a midnight creek. You're gonna do your dancin', city streets to go. Daddy worked hard for his dollar But the unexpected addition of Brit pub rocker Graham Parker works surprisingly well, as his gritty voice (although not necessarily rudimentary guitar) does justice to "Poor Me." Dirt Road Anthem song from the album The Jason Aldean Collection is released on Feb 2015 . Harpist Charlie Musselwhite sticks to guitar for an ominous yet sweet "Pea Vine Blues," but it's Joe Louis Walker's incendiary seven-and-a-half-minute version of "Sugar Mama" and the closing medley of "Down the Dirt Road Blues"/"When Your Way Gets Dark," sung with a sexy, knockout approach by the album's only female vocalist, Colleen Sexton, clocking in at nearly ten minutes, that are the album's highlights. Memory lane up in the headlights, It's got me reminiscing on them good times. Down the Dirt Road Blues/When Your Way Gets Dark. . They open up these songs, leaving room for improvisation that expands the concepts but stays true to Patton's originals. Whiskey Riff is the most entertaining country site…ever. Smoke rollin' out the window, An ice cold beer sittin' in the console. Coordinated by acoustic Delta guitarist Steve James (who also penned the liner notes and appears on two tracks), this is a respectful but refreshingly not-always-reverent tribute to the undisputed king of the Delta blues.