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Self-titled debut studio album by American roots rock band Lone Justice, released in April 1985. Wikipedia

  • Shelter (Lone Justice album)

    Second album by American country rock band Lone Justice, released in November 1986. Jon Pareles, music critic for The New York Times, gave high praise to McKee's singing and the band's musicianship, but described the album as something of a disappointment in that "the band's songwriting has grown weaker": whereas the songs of the debut album were filled with "down-to-earth details that make country music hit home", those of Shelter "are much vaguer – they're about abstracted emotions rather than recognizable people". Wikipedia

  • This World Is Not My Home (Lone Justice album)

    Compilation album by American country rock band Lone Justice, released in January 1999 by Geffen. It contains tracks from their two studio albums, Lone Justice and Shelter, as well as several early demos and outtakes, including nine previously unreleased tracks. Wikipedia

  • BBC Radio 1 Live in Concert (Lone Justice album)

    Live album by American country rock band Lone Justice, released in 1994 . 1) "Wait Till We Get Home" (Ryan Hedgecock, Maria McKee) – 4:37 Wikipedia

  • The Western Tapes, 1983

    EP by American country rock band Lone Justice, released on 23 November 2018 by Omnivore Recordings. Recorded by the original Lone Justice lineup consisting of Maria McKee, Ryan Hedgecock, Dave Harrington and Don Willens. Wikipedia

  • This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983

    Compilation album by American band Lone Justice, released in January 2014 by Omnivore Recordings. The twelve songs include nine previously unissued tracks recorded at Suite 16 Studios, Los Angeles, in December 1983 by engineer David Vaught with direct to two-track tape and no overdubs. Wikipedia

  • Live at the Palomino, 1983

    Live album by American country rock band Lone Justice, released in 2019 by Omnivore Recordings. Recorded in October 1983 at the Palomino Club in Los Angeles by an early Lone Justice lineup consisting of Maria McKee, Ryan Hedgecock, Marvin Etzioni and Don Willens. Wikipedia

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