Editors’ Notes Just as its title implies, Saturday Night/Sunday Morning breaks down into a double album, with one half rocking things out at the honky tonk and the second part seeking redemption through soulful tunes with a gospel touch. Marty Stuart wraps all this in classic fiddle/Telecaster-fueled country music (“I’m Blue I’m Lonesome,” “When It Comes to Loving You”), guided by guitarist Kenny Vaughan. Things eventually move from the upbeat “Boogie Woogie Down the Jericho Road” to the slower, reflective tunes where the harmonies expand to gospel standards. Mavis Staples joins him for The Staples Singers’ standard “Uncloudy Day.”

SONG
Jailhouse
1
3:07
 
Geraldine
2
2:39
 
I'm Blue I'm Lonesome
3
3:20
 
When It Comes to Loving You
4
3:18
 
Rough Around the Edges
5
3:06
 
Sad House Big Party
6
2:19
 
Talking to the Wall
7
2:27
 
Life Has It's Little Ups and Downs
8
3:40
 
Look at That Girl
9
3:11
 
Old Old House
10
3:12
 
Streamline
11
3:38
 
Uncloudy Day
1
3:12
 
Boogie Woogie Down the Jericho Road
2
3:39
 
Long Walk to Heaven
3
3:52
 
That Gospel Music
4
2:48
 
The Gospel Way
5
4:45
 
Mercy #1
6
2:43
 
Keep on the Firing Line
7
2:45
 
My God Will Make a Way for Me
8
3:16
 
Good News
9
1:30
 
Angels Rock Me to Sleep
10
4:17
 
Cathedral
11
5:03
 
Heaven
12
2:44
 

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