Appalachian Journey is the second album from the string trio of bassist and composer Edgar Meyer, fiddler and composer Mark O'Connor, and cellist Yo-Yo Ma. James Taylor and Alison Krauss join the trio individually on two Stephen Foster songs arranged for the trio. Sony Classical released the disc in 2000. The album joined a number of other recordings released since Appalachia Waltz that continue a new kind of classical music tinged with and influenced by the sounds and structures of America's own musical traditions. Unlike their first album, the three virtuosos spent several months on the compositions and arrangements, from July 19 to September 10, 1999.
- "1B" (Edgar Meyer)
- "Misty Moonlight Waltz" (Mark O'Connor)
- "Hard Times Come Again No More" (Stephen Foster - arr:James Taylor, Yo-Yo Ma, Meyer, O'Connor)
- "Indecision" (Meyer)
- "Limerock" (Traditional - arr:O'Connor, Meyer)
- "Benjamin" (Taylor)
- "Fisher's Hornpipe" (Traditional - arr:O'Connor)
- "Duet for Cello and Bass" (Meyer)
- "Emily's Reel" (O'Connor - arr:Meyer)
- "Cloverfoot Reel" (Meyer)
- "Poem for Carlita" (O'Connor)
- "Caprice for Three" (O'Connor)
- "Second Time Around" (Meyer)
- "Slumber my Darling" (Stephen Foster - arr:Meyer)
- "Vistas" (O'Connor)
- Mark O'Connor, violin
- Yo-Yo Ma, cello
- Edgar Meyer, bass
- James Taylor, vocals on "Hard Times Come Again No More", guitar on "Benjamin"
- Alison Krauss, vocals on "Slumber My Darling"