Double-CD featuring: JIMMY BUFFETT, GARRISON KEILLOR, CLINT EASTWOOD, EMMYLOU HARIS, DOYLE LAWSON & QUICKSILVER, RHONDA VINCENT, BRADLEY WALKER, CARL JACKSON, THE CHURCH SISTERS, ANGELA LOVELL, SHERYL CROW, BRAD PAISLEY, MARTY RAYBON, VAL STOREY, VINCE GILL, JOE DIFFIE & RICKY SKAGGS. This double-CD comes with a 40-page booklet of liner notes, lyrics, and pictures. It was written and produced especially for the Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum. It tells Twain’s life story “from comet to comet” in spoken word and song. The star-studded cast and play-list are as follows: Huck Finn: Jimmy Buffett; Narrator: Garrison Keillor; Mark Twain: Clint Eastwood; and Susy Clemens: Angela Lovell. DISC ONE: 1. “Hello yourself, and see how you like it…”; 2. When Halley Came to Jackson ~ Emmylou Harris; 3. “Hannibal, Missouri, where my boyhood was spent…”; 4. Better Times a’ Comin’ ~ Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver; 5. “He agreed to teach me the Mississippi River…”; 6. Run Mississippi ~ Rhonda Vincent; 7. “Several years of variegated vagabondizing…”; 8. A Cowboy in His Soul ~ Bradley Walker; 9. “It liberates the vandal to travel…”; 10. Safe Water ~ Carl Jackson; 11. “You ain’t ever to love anybody but me…”; 12. I Wandered by a Brookside ~ The Church Sisters; 13. “It was a mighty nice family…”; 14. Beautiful Dreamer ~ Sheryl Crow; DISC TWO: 15. “Don’t scrunch up like that, Huckleberry…”; 16. Huck Finn Blues ~ Brad Paisley; 17. “The crows would gather on the railing and talk about me…”; 18. Indian Crow ~ Marty Raybon; 19. “So wounded, so broken-hearted…”; 20. Love is On Our Side ~ Val Storey; 21. “Wheresoever she was, there was Eden…”; 22. I Know You By Heart ~ Vince Gill; 23. “My conscience got to stirring me up hotter than ever…”; 24. Ink ~ Joe Diffie; 25. “The report of my death was an exaggeration…”; 26. Comet Ride ~ Ricky Skaggs; 27. “The truth, mainly…”; Producer: Carl Jackson; Executive Producers: Carl Jackson and Cindy Lovell; This is a double-CD with a 40-page booklet containing liner notes. It was produced as a BENEFIT for the Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum.