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“True Love”, from Willie Nelson’s new album, “God’s Problem Child”

Monday, March 20th, 2017

True Love (Lyrics)- Willie Nelson

“True Love,” a beautiful new song written by Willie and Buddy Cannon for Willie’s new album, ‘God’s Problem Child.’ Pre-order your copy today:https://willienelson.lnk.to/gdprob!315

Posted by Willie Nelson on Wednesday, March 15, 2017

“True Love,” a beautiful new song written by Willie and Buddy Cannon for Willie’s new album, ‘God’s Problem Child.’ Pre-order your copy today:
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“It Gets Easier”, Willie Nelson

Friday, March 10th, 2017

www.LATimes.com
by:  Randy Lewis

Two life truisms appear to be at the heart of Willie Nelson’s forthcoming album, “God’s Problem Child”: Nobody’s getting any younger, and no one gets out of here alive.

The Red Headed Stranger, like millions of music fans, became all the more acutely aware of those facts in 2016 thanks to a slew of high-profile musicians’ deaths, perhaps none affecting Nelson more than those of two longtime friends and fellow musical mavericks, Merle Haggard and Leon Russell.

“It gets easier, as we get older, it gets easier to say, ‘Not today,’” Nelson sings in “It Gets Easier,” the first video from the album, which The Times is premiering. It was written by Nelson with another longtime collaborator, songwriter-producer Buddy Cannon, who has steered the proceedings on the new album.

The black-and-white video opens with a shot of blades of grass gently blowing in the wind and the sun on the horizon.

Nelson channels a sense of freedom that comes with advancing years and the inevitability of certain regrets as he continues, “I don’t have to do/ One damn thing I don’t want to do/ Except for missing you/ And that won’t go away.”

The outdoor scenes are interwoven with footage of Nelson seated in a recording studio before a microphone, gently singing the song using his signature elastic phrasing, no unnecessary frills in his wispy-around-the-edges vocal.

“We weren’t planning on making a concept record or anything,” Cannon told music journalist Mikal Gilmore in an essay about the album that’s expected to be posted on Nelson’s website, “but it kind of turned out like that.”

Along with “It Gets Easier,” Nelson and Cannon wrote eight other songs for the collection, the most Nelson has composed for an album in years. The title track was written by Jamey Johnson and Tony Joe White, and it closes with a song Gary Nicholson wrote with Nelson in mind and reflecting on Haggard’s life and legacy, “He Won’t Ever Be Gone.”

“God’s Problem Child,” due April 28, is Nelson’s ninth studio album since he signed a new record deal with Sony Legacy in 2012, an average of two per year.

“He’s a born troubadour,” Cannon told Gilmore. “That early genius that was him and his songs is still there. … It’s like Willie says: He thinks he and his guitar [Trigger] will both break at the same time.”

Willie Nelson, “A Woman’s Love” (from new album “God’s Problem Child”)

Thursday, March 9th, 2017

WILLIE NELSON – GOD’S PROBLEM CHILD

1. Little House On The Hill (Lyndel Rhodes)

2. Old Timer (Donnie Fritz / Lenny LeBlanc)

3. True Love (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

4. Delete And Fast Forward (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

5. A Woman’s Love (Mike Reid / Sam Hunter)

6. Your Memory Has A Mind Of Its Own (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

7. Butterfly (Sonny Throckmorton / Mark Sherrill)

8. Still Not Dead (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

9. God’s Problem Child (Jamey Johnson / Tony Joe White)

10. It Gets Easier (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

11. Lady Luck (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

12. I Made A Mistake (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

13. He Won’t Ever Be Gone (Gary Nicholson)

“It Gets Easier”

Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Willie and producer Buddy Cannon wrote seven new songs for the new album ‘God’s Problem Child,’ Here’s a clip of one of them, “It Gets Easier”–check out the full video tomorrow.

Willie Nelson sings, “Little House on the Hill”,by Lyndel Rhodes

Sunday, March 5th, 2017

 

Little House on The Hill – Sneak Peak

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Posted by Willie Nelson on Thursday, March 2, 2017

Willie Nelson records “Little House on the Hill” for his new album, “God’s Problem Child”, to be released April 28, 2017.

The song was written by Buddy Cannon’s mother, Lyndel Rhodes.  Buddy shared this video of him mother listening to Willie’s recording of her song, and it was watched millions of times on YouTube.

You can get Willie’s new album at your favorite independent record store on April 28th (that’s what I’m going to do), but if you live out in the middle of nowhere, or don’t get around much anymore, or on busy on your own tour or with your own business, we can order it and have it shipped right to our door.

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by:  Alexander Zaslow

At 92 years old, Lyndel Rhodes can now add “songwriter” to her resume.

Rhodes, who lives a few hours from Nashville, recently had a song she wrote recorded by country great Willie Nelson. She’s got her son, Buddy Cannon, to thank for it.

Growing up, Rhodes loved music, and she passed that passion down to her son went on to become a music producer, working with artists like Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire and Willie Nelson.

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A few years back, Cannon was visiting his mom at her home when she showed him some songs she’d written for fun.

One, called “Little House On The Hill,” made an impression.

“[It] stuck in my head all these years, and when it came time to work on Willie Nelson’s new album, I thought it’d be something he’d like,” Cannon, 69, told TODAY

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“I wanted to capture her reaction to listening to Willie sing the song for the first time, but she was very emotional,” Cannon said.

More than a million people have now watched her wiggle her feet as she sang along.

Rhodes and Nelson have never met in person.

But, in the ten years they’ve been working together, Cannon occasionally has shared with Nelson videos of his mother-son jam sessions.

This led to Rhodes receiving a special phone call from Nelson a couple years ago telling her how much he enjoys listening to her play the harmonica.

He also invited her on the road with him, saying he’d save her a bunk on the bus.

“Willie is a bigger fan of my mom’s than she is of him,” Cannon said.

New Willie Nelson’s Album, “God’s Problem Child”

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

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God’s Problem Child, Willie Nelson’s new studio album, will be released on Friday, April 28 by Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.

An album of all-new recordings, God’s Problem Child adds 13 new songs to the artist’s repertoire, including seven recently written by Willie and Buddy Cannon, his longtime collaborator and producer. The album is Willie’s first to debut all-new songs since Band of Brothers reached #1 on the Billboard Country chart and #5 on the Billboard 200 in 2014.

Willie’s 7th Legacy collection, Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin is currently in the running for a Grammy Award in the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category. The album debuted at #1 on both the Top Current Jazz chart and the Top Traditional Jazz chart following its release in February 2016. Nelson has won 11 Grammys over the course of his career.

God’s Problem Child, available on CD, 12″ vinyl LP or digitally, arrives just in time for Willie’s 84th birthday (April 29). Exclusive fan product offerings can be purchased at pledgemusic.com/willienelson

The album’s title track, penned by Jamey Johnson and Tony Joe White, includes vocals by both writers and the legendary Leon Russell (on what may be Russell’s very last recording). An old friend and musical cohort, Leon was the first person to put his signature on “Trigger,” Willie’s mythic guitar.

An album that reflects on mortality while marveling at the beauty and absurdity of it all, God’s Problem Child finds Willie Nelson at one of the creative peaks of his career, writing and singing with the seasoned wit and wisdom that can only come from the kind of life he’s living. One of Willie’s new songs, “Still Not Dead,” pokes fun at the many exaggerated reports of his demise he’s heard over the years while “Delete and Fast-Forward” is Willie’s unabashed analysis of the 2016 United States elections and how to deal with the aftermath.

God’s Problem Child opens with Willie’s performance of “Little House On The Hill,” a song written by Lyndel Rhodes, Buddy Cannon’s 92-year-old mother. Last October, a video of Lyndel hearing Willie singing her song for the first time, became an internet viral sensation.

In keeping with the album’s subtext of memory and mortality, God’s Problem Child closes with “He Won’t Ever Be Gone,” a song written by Gary Nicholson that pays tribute to Willie’s outlaw country comrade, Merle Haggard. Haggard’s last album was 2015’s Django and Jimmie, a musical collaboration with Willie Nelson.

Willie Nelson continues to make music every day. God’s Problem Child is his 9th studio album since the release of Heroes, his Legacy debut in 2012 (#4 Billboard Top Country, #18 Billboard 200). When he’s not in the studio, Willie’s on the road again performing more than 100 live shows in the past year including Farm Aid, the 4th of July Picnic, the ACL Festival, the First Outlaw Festival and many more.

WILLIE NELSON – GOD’S PROBLEM CHILD

1. Little House On The Hill (Lyndel Rhodes)

2. Old Timer (Donnie Fritz / Lenny LeBlanc)

3. True Love (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

4. Delete And Fast Forward (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

5. A Woman’s Love (Mike Reid / Sam Hunter)

6. Your Memory Has A Mind Of Its Own (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

7. Butterfly (Sonny Throckmorton / Mark Sherrill)

8. Still Not Dead (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

9. God’s Problem Child (Jamey Johnson / Tony Joe White)

10. It Gets Easier (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

11. Lady Luck (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

12. I Made A Mistake (Willie Nelson / Buddy Cannon)

13. He Won’t Ever Be Gone (Gary Nicholson)

Willie Nelson & Legacy Recordings – In February 2012, Willie Nelson entered into an historic new record deal with Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, marking a label homecoming for Nelson, who, from 1975-1993, had cut a phenomenal string of top-selling singles and albums for Columbia Records, beginning with 1975’s seminal smash Red Headed Stranger. New titles by the artist under the Legacy imprint will include newly recorded songs and performances as well as archival releases, personally curated by the artist, drawn from all phases of his career including his recordings for RCA Records and others.

Since signing with Legacy, Willie Nelson has sold more than 1 million albums for the label.

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Nelson’s album releases for Legacy Recordings have included:

For The Good Times: A Tribute To Ray Price (2016)

Summertime:Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin (2016)

Django and Jimmie (2015)

December Day: Willie’s Stash, Vol. 1 (2014)

Band of Brothers (2014)

To All The Girls… (2013)

Let’s Face The Music And Dance (2013)

Heroes (2012)

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Buddy Cannon and Willie Nelson, 2017 Grammy Award Winners “Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin”

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

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by:  Juli Thanki

Longtime producer Buddy Cannon hit a career milestone on Sunday night: his first Grammy Award.

“Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin,” which Cannon co-produced with Matt Rollings (a man he describes as “one of the best musicians that’s ever been in this town”), was named Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, beating out releases by Andrea Bocelli, Bob Dylan, Barbra Streisand, and Josh Groban.

“It was a heavy category for sure,” Cannon said on Monday. “If I pulled myself out of the equation and looked at the names of all five nominees, Willie is as strong as any of them. I thought we had a chance.”

Cannon didn’t fly to Los Angeles for the awards show. Instead, he had a jam session with his mother, 92-year-old harmonica player and songwriter Lyndel Rhodes, then came home to watch the pre-telecast ceremony on the Grammy website. “It’s Matt’s first (Grammy win) and my first. We were both just bouncing off the walls,” he said.

After 10 years of making records together, Nelson and Cannon have it down to a science. “It’s like riding a bicycle. We do our thing. It’s easy, and it makes me nervous as hell every time,” Cannon admitted. “I don’t know why. Getting ready to go in and record your hero, it just makes me nervous.

“His songs have always been an inspiration for me as a songwriter. His singing and his guitar playing have been inspiring to me as a musician. I think anything I do has a little bit of Willie’s influence in it. It’s very gratifying to know that one of your heroes just happens to be a great guy who loves to laugh and have a good time.”

While many other Grammy winners celebrated their victories well into the night, Cannon didn’t even take a coffee break: “I’m working on a record for a band my daughter sings in called the Likely Culprits, and I’m co-producing it with Ronnie Bowman. As soon as the announcement came that we’d won the Grammy, Ronnie knocked on my door, we went upstairs and went to work.”

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Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
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Willie Nelson sings, “American the Beautiful” (“America: A Tribute to Heroes” 2001)

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017

DISC 1:

1. My City of Ruins – Bruce Springsteen
2. Love’s in Need of Love Today – Stevie Wonder/Take 6
3. Walk On – U2
4. There Will Come a Day – Faith Hill
5. I Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
6. Hero – Enrique Iglesias
7. Imagine – Neil Young
8. Someday We’ll All Be Free – Alicia Keys
9. Wish You Were Here – Limp Bizkit/Johnny Rzeznik
10. New York State of Mind – Billy Joel

DISC 2:
1. I Believe in Love – Dixie Chicks
2. Everyday – Dave Matthews
3. Redemption Song – Wyclef Jean
4. Hero – Mariah Carey
5. Livin’ on a Prayer – Bon Jovi
6. Safe and Sound – Sheryl Crow
7. Fragile – Sting
8. Long Road – Eddie Vedder
9. Bridge over Troubled Water – Paul Simon
10. God Bless America – C?line Dion
11. America the Beautiful – Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson working on album in tribute to Merle Haggard

Saturday, February 18th, 2017

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http://countrymusicnation.com

After canceling a few shows due to illness, Willie Nelson is feeling better and is ready to get back to performing. Nelson described his illness as a bout with “the crud” during an interview with ABC 12 News out of San Antonio.

In addition to his busy tour schedule, Nelson is readying for the release of his new album, God’s Problem Child. The album is set to debut on April 28, the day before Nelson’s 84th birthday.

God’s Problem Child is Nelson’s first record to feature original material in three years. Fans have already had the chance to hear one of the album’s songs, titled “A Woman’s Love.” Nelson debuted a music video for the tune on Wednesday (February 15).

The album’s last track has also generated a great deal of attention. Called “He Won’t Ever Be Gone,” the song was written by Gary Nicholson as a tribute to late country legend Merle Haggard. Nelson and Haggard were friends for decades, and collaborated on a number of projects together.

But Nelson apparently decided that just one track wasn’t enough of a tribute to his dear friend. As he confirmed during his interview with ABC 12 News, he’s currently working on a tribute album to “The Hag.”

“We just got out of the studio yesterday [February 15] where we did an album for Merle Haggard,” Nelson said.

Nelson is no stranger to recording tribute albums. He often makes it a point to honor his friends and musical influences that passed away. One example is his album from September 2016, titled For the Good Times: A Tribute to Ray Price. Nelson was a former member of Price’s Cherokee Cowboys and became good friends with him over the years.

Knowing how good Nelson’s tribute album was to Price, we can’t wait to see what he puts together for Haggard.

After all of this time, Nelson’s recordings still resonate with people both young and old. Nelson recalled a recent encounter with a young fan that left him with a big smile on his face:

“I was at a movie in Los Angeles one night at about midnight, and this young kid comes up to me and says, ‘Mr. Nelson I’m a big fan, and I just wanted you to know that I downloaded 12 of your songs today.’ I said, ‘Well, thank you.‘”

You’ll surely want to download all of the songs off of Nelson’s tribute album to Haggard and his new album God’s Problem Child. Until those albums are released, enjoy the music video for his song “A Woman’s Love” below.

Willie Nelson, “A Woman’s Love”

Thursday, February 16th, 2017

“A Woman’s Love” is included on Willie Nelson’s new album, “God’s Problem Child” available in April.

Track listing:

1. “Little House on the Hill” (Lyndel Rhodes)
2. “Old Timer” (Donnie Fritz/Lenny LeBlanc)
3. “True Love” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
4. “Delete and Fast Forward” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
5. “A Woman’s Love (Mike Reid/Sam Hunter)
6. “Your Memory Has a Mind Of Its Own” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
7. “Butterfly” (Sonny Throckmorton/Mark Sherrill)
8. “Still Not Dead” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
9. “God’s Problem Child” (Jamey Johnson/Tony Joe White)
10. “It Gets Easier” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
11. “Lady Luck” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
12. “I Made a Mistake” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
13. “He Won’t Ever Be Gone” (Gary Nicholson)

 

Willie Nelson, “A Woman’s Love” (from new album, “God’s Problem Child”

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

“A Woman’s Love” is included on Willie Nelson’s new album, “God’s Problem Child” available in April.

Track listing:

1. “Little House on the Hill” (Lyndel Rhodes)
2. “Old Timer” (Donnie Fritz/Lenny LeBlanc)
3. “True Love” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
4. “Delete and Fast Forward” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
5. “A Woman’s Love (Mike Reid/Sam Hunter)
6. “Your Memory Has a Mind Of Its Own” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
7. “Butterfly” (Sonny Throckmorton/Mark Sherrill)
8. “Still Not Dead” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
9. “God’s Problem Child” (Jamey Johnson/Tony Joe White)
10. “It Gets Easier” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
11. “Lady Luck” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
12. “I Made a Mistake” (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
13. “He Won’t Ever Be Gone” (Gary Nicholson)

 

Willie Nelson’s Guitar Doctor

Monday, February 13th, 2017

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by:  Linsday Liepman

Willie Nelson’s guitar is almost as iconic as he is. Trigger is named after Roy Rogers’ horse and has been by Willie’s side since 1969. Mark Erlewine is the Austin man that has kept Trigger going for almost 40 years.

Off the beaten path of Burnet Road, in a back warehouse, the science of sound marries the art of music in Mark Erlewine’s guitar shop.

“Whenever a guitar comes in, the first thing I do is tune it to pitch and measure the action at the 12th fret,” said Mark.

Erlewine is one of three boys and had an ear for music early on. His mother was also a musician, playing piano and singing and recognized that her son had a talent.

“When I first started guitar, I rented a guitar in Wheaton, Maryland. And it was the worst playing guitar I had ever had. And I thought ‘Is it me? Is guitar going to be this much of a challenge? Or could this play better?’ And that…was really the first time I tried to figure out and took an interest in guitars,” said Mark.

He answered the call to Austin in 1974 from Ann Arbor, Michigan where he owned a guitar repair shop.

“This was like the Mecca. Armadillo World Headquarters,” said Mark.

He spent a few nights sleeping on the table saw of his first shop on Guadalupe and would post flyers for his business along the drag. There was no AC in the shop. Mark would sweat and work on guitars. He was young and ambitious.

“I was right down the street from the Austin City Limits TV studio so often bands would come in that needed some work,” said Mark.

One day Poodie Locke came in with a repair order for B.W. Stevenson’s guitar.

“That was an introduction to people in the business,” said Mark.

At the end of the 1970s Mark met Willie Nelson for the first time at the Austin Opry House located on Academy Drive just off South Congress. Today it houses a software company and is still the site for Arlen recording studios. Poodie, Willie’s stage manager, took Mark through a series of back hallways to a private bar.

“Willie was sitting there at the bar. Introduced me and Willie said, ‘yeah I just want you to keep this guitar going for me. As long as it’s going, I’ll be going,'” said Mark. “I thought, ‘I can do that.'”

But Willie’s request wasn’t for repair.

“Willie wants Trigger to wear along with him,” said Mark.

Don’t tough the frets. Be careful of each signature but keep it playing. Willie was starting to wear a second hole in the wood.

“Trigger looked much younger then, as did I,” said Mark.

Willie and Trigger have played more than 10,000 shows. Between gigs, Trigger will come back to Mark for a list of repair work. He’s replaced 12 to 13 sets of tuners over the years and made sure Trigger’s iconic sound is still intact. The Martin N-20 guitar is Brazilian rosewood on the back and sides with a Spruce top.

“Much of his life is there handling Trigger,” said Mark.

Mark has a love song of his own waiting to be written. His wedding photo to wife Dianne is tucked in his toolbox at the shop where they both work. She takes care of the books after leaving the corporate world in 2009.

“I do love it when people come in and they put the guitar up on the case and open it up and start talking about it. I’ll usually wander up to the front just to listen,” said Dianne Erlewine.

They’ve been married for a dozen years and the stories keep coming.

“Jimmy Vaughn comes out and winks at him and I’m like, you know him?” recalls Dianne about one of their first dates.

“Sting or Bob Dylan’s guitar. Something I listen to and admire, yeah that’s exciting,” said Mark.

He never knows who will walk through his door.

“No…not until the credit card, says John Fogerty. And I said you know I play a lot of John Fogerty songs,” said Mark.

He’s made custom guitars for Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill of ZZ Top, Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits, Johnny Winter, Don Felder and Joe Walsh of The Eagles, Paul McCartney and more. But for every famous face, he’s mended guitars for local musicians and possibly even repaired one marriage.

“She put it over his head and they were seeing a counselor now and they think things would get better but they were hoping we could put this thing back together for them. It’s symbolic of their relationship,” said Mark.

He was able to repair that guitar but others have to be pronounced dead. Not Trigger though. Mark spent time in December working on Trigger while Willie and the band rested for the holidays. Mark himself has had surgery for carpal tunnel on both hands. The guitar reflects the wear and tear too. Just like Willie wants it.

“I think Trigger will be there til the end. I really do,” said Mark.

You can learn more about Mark’s work at www.erlewineguitars.com.

Congratulations, Willie Nelson: 2017 Grammy for “Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin — ‘Best Traditional Vocal Album’

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

Willie Nelson
Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin”
(Legacy)

photo:  Lukas Nelson

Congratulations to Willie Nelson, for winning 2017 Grammy for his album, “Summertime:  Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin”

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Nominees

**Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin, Willie Nelson
Cinema
, Andrea Bocelli
Fallen Angels, Bob Dylan
Stages Live, Josh Groban
Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, Barbra Streisand

This day in Willie Nelson History: “Highwayman” album certified Gold (Feb. 10, 1986)

Friday, February 10th, 2017

On February 10, 1986, “The HighwayMan” album, is certified gold for Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson

1. Highwayman
2. The Last Cowboy Song
3. Jim, I Wore A Tie Today
4. Big River
5. Committed To Parkview
6. Desperados Waiting For A Train
7. Deportee (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos)
8. Welfare Line
9. Against The Wind
10. The Twentieth Century Is Almost Over