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For the Good Times - the Kris Krlstofferson Story


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3/4. The series shifts to the early 1980s, when Kristofferson split from his wife Rita Coolidge and starred in Michael Cimino 's cult disaster
Heaven's Gate, which Radio Times film editor Andrew Collins discusses. Plus a look at Kristofferson's political songs and his membership in the 1985-95 country supergroup The Highwaymen, comprised of Johnny Cash , Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson , with whom he starred in Alan Rudolph 's 1984 film Songwriter. Rosanne Cash recalls observing The Highwaymen. Presented by Steve Earle.


Unknown: Rita Coolidge
Unknown: Michael Cimino
Editor: Andrew Collins
Unknown: Johnny Cash
Unknown: Waylon Jennings
Unknown: Willie Nelson
Unknown: Alan Rudolph
Songwriter: Rosanne Cash
Presented By: Steve Earle.

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For the Good Times - the Kris Krlstofferson Story

BBC Radio 2, 17 November 2008 23.30

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