While Lucinda Williams puts the finishing touches on her next studio album, Lost Highway will on Oct. 24 release a "deluxe edition" of her acclaimed 1998 album "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road."

While Lucinda Williams puts the finishing touches on her next studio album, Lost Highway will on Oct. 24 release a "deluxe edition" of her acclaimed 1998 album "Car Wheels on a Gravel Road."

The set includes the previously unreleased studio tracks "Out of Touch" (later re-recorded for the 2001 album "Essence") and the 1920s blues tune "Down the Big Road Blues" plus an alternate version of "Still I Long for Your Kiss."

A July 11, 1998, show in Philadelphia comprises the second disc of the set and includes nine tracks from "Car Wheels," plus earlier selections such as "Something About What Happens When We Talk" and "Hot Blood."

"Car Wheels" is the best-selling album of Williams' career, having shifted 764,000 units in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Williams' next album, due before the end of the year, was co-produced by Hal Willner and features contributions from guitarist Bill Frisell and drummer Jim Keltner.

The artist will head to Europe for a handful of fall shows, beginning Oct. 31 in Groningen, Holland.