Archive for the ‘Albums’ Category

Willie Nelson, “To Lefty”

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

1.  Mom and Dad’s Waltz
2.  Look What Thoughts Will Do
3.  I Love You in a Thousand Ways
4. Always Late (With Your Kisses)
5. I Want to Be With You Always
6. She’s Gone, Gone, Gone
7.  A Little Unfair
8.  I Never Go Around Mirrors
9.  That’s the Way Love Goes
10. Railroad Girl
11. If You’ve Got the Money, I’ve Got the Time

Hailing from a state known for trailblazing country, Lefy Frizzell and Willie Nelson are Texas’ most distinctive sons in the singing and songwriting departments. After penning and crooning some of honkytonk’s finest songs — and inspiring Nelson to play music back when his nickname was still Booger Red — Frizzell died a broken man in 1975. Two years later, Nelson released a batch of his favorite Frizzell numbers.

This expanded reissue includes one bonus track: an alternate take of Nelson’s 1976 chart-topping rendition of Frizzell’s plaintive voice soared up and down octaves like a trick pilot, Nelson, backed primarily by his acoustic guitar, harmonica and piano, leans into the songs with a blusey feel, giving emotional drama to weepers such as “Always Late (with your kisses)” and “I Never Go Around Mirrors.” If Nelson’s original intent was to remind listeners of his forebear’s breathtaking artistry, he accomplished his goal.

— Holly George-Warren

This day in Willie Nelson history, “Stardust” recorded (December 11, 1977)

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

While it wasn’t released until April 1978, tracks to Willie Nelsons award winning album “Stardust” were recorded on this day in 1977.  Produced by Booker T. Jones, all the songs on the album consist entirely of pop standards that Nelson picked from among his favorites. Executives of Columbia Records were not convinced that the album would sell well, because the project was a radical departure from his earlier success in the outlaw movement. When released, Stardust was on Billboard’s Country Album charts for ten years – from its release until 1988.

Willie Nelson receives two Grammy Nominations (2019)

Friday, December 7th, 2018

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by:  Peter Blackstock

Austin legend Willie Nelson received Grammy nominations for both of the albums he released in 2018, topping a short list of locals up for consideration when the Recording Academy presents its annual awards show in Los Angeles on Feb. 10.

The title track of “Last Man Standing,” which consists entirely of songs Nelson wrote with producer Buddy Cannon, is up for Best American Roots Performance. And “My Way,” Nelson’s album of standards associated with Frank Sinatra, was nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. Arrangers Matt Rollings and Kristin Wilkinson received a nomination for Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals for their work on “It Was a Very Good Year” from the “My Way” album.

Austin conjunto band Los Texmaniacs, which won a Grammy for Best Tejano Album in 2010, is up for Best Regional Mexican Music Album for their “Cruzando Borders” record. And a first-time nominee, in the Best Bluegrass Album category, is Austin band Wood & Wire, for “North of Despair.”

Prominent Texans nominated include Fort Worth’s Leon Bridges, for Best R&B Album (“Good Thing”) and Best Traditional R&B Performance (“Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand”); and Dallas-raised St. Vincent, whose “Masseduction” is up for Best Alternative Album. That album’s title track, co-written with Jack Antonoff, is nominated for Best Rock Song.

Three Nashville acts born and raised in Texas also received nominations. East Texas native Kacey Musgraves, who lived in Austin for a short time a decade ago, is up for Album of the Year and Best Country Album for “Golden Hour,” plus Best Country Song (“Space Cowboy”) and Best Country Solo Performance (“Butterflies”). Lee Ann Womack, from Jacksonville, received nominations for “The Lonely, the Lonesome & the Gone” (Best Americana Album) and “All the Trouble” (Best Americana Roots Song).

And Maren Morris, from Arlington, is up for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “The Middle,” her collaboration with Zedd and Grey, as well as Best Country Solo Performance for her cover of Elton John’s “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters” and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Dear Hate” with Vince Gill. That song, which Morris co-wrote, also is nominated for Best Country Song.

Another nomination with an Austin connection: Nashville singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier’s “Rifles & Rosary Beads,” up for Best Folk Album, was created in conjunction with the nonprofit Songwriting With Soldiers, founded by Austin songwriter Darden Smith.

The Austin-area Old Settler’s Music Festival may have gotten a big boost for its April 2019 event thanks to six nominations for Brandi Carlile, who recently was announced as one of the fest’s headliners. Carlile’s nominations include three major categories: Record of the Year and Song of the Year for “The Joke,” and Album of the Year for “By the Way, I Forgive You.”

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

Friday, December 7th, 2018

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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.”

This day in Willie Nelson history: “On the Road Again” added to Grammy Hall of Fame (12/7/2010)

Friday, December 7th, 2018

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On December 7, 2010 single, the Grammy Hall of Fame announced that “On the Road Again,” is one of 30 songs joining the Grammy Hall of Fame.

Other selections include “Lovesick Blues” (1949) by Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys and “Steel Guitar Rag” (1936) by Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys featuring Leon McAuliffe. Honored recordings must be at least 25 years old and be recognized for their “lasting qualitative or historical significance,” according to press materials. Recordings are reviewed annually by a committee of recording industry professionals and final approval is made by the Recording Academy Trustees. The list now totals 881 recordings.

This day in Willie Nelson history: “Highwayman” recorded in Nashville (December 6, 1984)

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

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On December 6, 1984, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson record “Highwayman” at Nashville’s Moman Studios. Among the musicians on the session is guitarist Marty Stuart.

Pick of the Day: Willie Nelson and Sister Bobbie, “December Day”

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

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Willie Nelson and Ray Charles, “It Was a Very Good Year” (Genius Loves Company)

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

In 2004 Ray Charles recorded Genius Loves Company, which consisted of duets of Charles and other artists, personally selected by him. It was the last album he completed before his death. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200. At the Grammys on February 13, 2005, it won eight awards, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for the song “Here We Go Again”.

Genius Loves Company was produced as a collaboration of Concord Records and Hear Music, the music label of the coffee chain Starbucks. The great commercial success of the album (over 5.5 million copies were sold worldwide up to 2007) has been attributed in part to it being distributed and promoted via Starbucks coffeehouses.

Track List:

    1. “Here We Go Again” with Norah Jones
    2. “Sweet Potato Pie” with James Taylor
    3. “You Don’t Know Me” with Diana Krall
    4. “Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word” with Elton John
    5. “Fever” with Natalie Cole
    6. “Do I Ever Cross Your Mind?” with Bonnie Raitt
    7. “It Was a Very Good Year” with Willie Nelson
    8. “Hey Girl” with Michael McDonald
    9. “Sinner’s Prayer” with B.B.King
    10. “Heaven Help Us All” with Gladys Knight
    11. “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” with Johnny Mathis
    12. “Crazy Love” with Van Morrison

Willie Nelson and Ray Charles honor Frank Sinatra with their duet of “It Was a Very Good Year”,

This video is some behind the scenes of the making of Ray Charles’ final work, the duets album “Genius Loves Company”. Features Willie Nelson, Van Morrison and Michael McDonald.

Willie Nelson and Sister Bobbie, “December Day”

Sunday, December 2nd, 2018

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Willie Nelson and Sister Bobbie
December Day
(Willie’s Stash, Vol. 1)

1. Alexander’s Ragtime Band (Irving Berlin)
2. Permanently Lonely (Willie Nelson)
3. What’ll I Do (Irving Berlin)
4. Summer of Roses / December Day (Willie Nelson)
5. Nuages (Django Reinhardt)
6. Mona Lisa (Ray Evans & Jay Livingston)
7. I Don’t Know Where I Am Today (Willie Nelson)
8. Amnesia (Willie Nelson)
9. Who’ll Buy My Memories (Willie Nelson)
10. The Anniversary Song (Al Jolson & Saul Chaplin)
11. Laws of Nature (Willie Nelson)
12. Walkin’ (Willie Nelson)
13. Always (Irving Berlin)
14. I Let My Mind Wander (Willie Nelson)
15. Is the Better Part Over (Willie Nelson)
16. My Own Peculiar Way (Willie Nelson)
17. Sad Songs and Waltzes (Willie Nelson)

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Willie Nelson and Sister Bobbie
“December Day”

Liner Notes by Mickey Raphael:

Peering through the control room glass into the studio, a cloud of smoke rises from Sister Bobbie Nelson’s Bosendorfer grand piano. After four hours of non-stop recording with baby brother Willie, perhaps she has ignited the keys during this marathon session???

Listening back to “I Never Cared for You,” the interplay between Bobbie and Will on the instrumental intro “Ou-es tu, mon amour” sets the mood perfectly for the darkness the song portrays.

“Nuages,” a song written by French Gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt, showcases Willie’s dexterity and guitar genius.  Whenever we are just sitting around the bus, Willie will pick up a guitar and start playing.  Like the horse heading to the barn, he always gets around to “Nuages.”  It’s good mendicine for him.  And on this take, Bobbie’s piano provides the support that makes their performances seem effortless.

In the beautiful hill country near Austin, Texas you’ll find Willie’s Pedernales studio.  Willie and Bobbie are set up in the main room which is L-shaped and doesn’t allow direct eye contact during recording.  Without much discussion of an arrangement, Bobbie started playing and Willie began singing “Mona Lisa.”  That was the beginning of another magical session.

Recording engineer Steve Chadie and Willie’s friend and producer, Buddy Cannon were at the controls as it all happened. It’s kind of like photographing a ghost; you don’t really see it till the picture is fully developed.  Throughout these sessions Bobbie and Willie played continuously and seemed to never run out of song ideas — which is a producer’s dream (or nightmare).  Eventually songs had to be picked for the final selections.  With so many outstanding performances to choose from.  I’m glad I wasn’t a part of that process.

As long as I can remember.  Willie and Bobbie, who ride together on Willie’s bus, spend some of their traveling time jamming on their favorite songs.  Bobbie has a travels size keyboard on the bus and Willie’s guitar, Trigger, is always by his side.  This is where the idea for DECEMBER DAY was born.  “Why not record our favorite songs like we play them for ourselves?”  Bobbie asked.

In 2010 after ending a tour in Austin, Texas, the band, made up of Paul and Billy English, Bee Spears and myself, went in the studio to record with Bobbie and Willie.  The song “What’ll I do” is especially bittersweet because of the passing of Bee Speers.  Bee was Willie’s bass player for more than four decades and this was the last recording session he played with us.  He is missed by us all.

In 2012 while recording songs for the record LET’S FACE THE MUSIC AND DANCE, we would stray from the song list every once in a while.  Willie might call out a song title or Bobbie might have a suggestion and this was the fun part of recording with these guys.  You didn’t know where the music was going next.  “Alexander’s Ragtime Band” was born from such a diversion.  We are all fans of the Irving Berlin songbook and of the Ray Charles version, so this was a perfect tribute to both.

In 2004, another impromptu visit to the studio resulted in three songs penned by Willie.  “Walkin’” is truly a classic.  Originally heard in the concept album PHASES AND STAGES, this version goes right to the heart.  Willie’s guitar solo hits you like a gunshot at the O.K. Corral.  If through is the question, then Bobbie is the answer as nothing rings more true than her piano.

“Laws of Nature” is an “a-ha” moment.  Willie writes like he’s talking to you face-to-face.  Bobbie provides the soundtrack for that conversation.  It’s easy to make records with these guys.  You just have to listen… and then  react from the heart.  It’s pretty primal.

The song “Amnesia” rounded out those sessions but honestly, I can’t remember anything about it.

Raised by their grandparents in Abbott, a small farming community north of Waco, Texas, Willie and Bobbie began a musical odyssey that has continued for over 70 years.  Daddy Nelson taught Willie how to play guitar when he was seven, and momma Nelson taught sister Bobbie the piano when she was nine.  Sundays were spent playing at the Abbott Methodist church and gave Bobbie and Willie the spiritual foundation that still can be found in their music.

When it comes to a brother-sister collaboration with the longevity of Willie and Bobbie, there is beauty in keeping things simple, “Less is more” is the underlying theme.  We’ve heard these songs before but not like this.  The spontaneity born out of familiarity is what this record, DECEMBER DAY is all about.

It’s not rocket science.  It’s alchemy.

Mickey Raphael
Nashville, TN

This day in Willie Nelson history: “Wanted: The Outlaws” — 1st country album to go platinum (11/24/76)

Saturday, November 24th, 2018

On November 24, 1976, “Wanted: the Outlaws” became the first country album to receive the new platinum certification, signifying one million units shipped.

The album, featuring Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser and Jessie Colter was certified gold on March 30, 1976.

Willie Nelson, “My Way”

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

My Way Tracklist

  1. Fly Me To The Moon
  2. Summer Wind
  3. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)
  4. A Foggy Day
  5. It Was A Very Good Year
  6. Blue Moon
  7. I’ll Be Around
  8. Night And Day
  9. What Is This Thing Called Love (with Norah Jones)
  10. Young At Heart
  11. My Way

Since 1978, when he released the multiplatinum Stardust , his first collection of Great American Songbook standards, Willie Nelson has occasionally returned to that well of song material. He obviously has a great affection for this material and long ago found a way to adapt these classics to his unmistakable vocal style.

My Way tweaks the formula just a bit: These 11 selections were all recorded by Frank Sinatra, a friend of Nelson’s and, to no one’s surprise, Willie nails each and every one. Several of the chosen tracks are no-brainers: “Young at Heart,” “Night and Day” and “Fly Me to the Moon” are all so closely associated with Sinatra that it’s almost sacrilegious to hand them over to another singer. But like another pal of Willie’s, Bob Dylan, Nelson isn’t looking to emulate the Chairman, but rather to honor him.

A pair of compositions, “Summer Wind” and “It Was a Very Good Year,” were mid-‘60s hits for Sinatra during his Reprise Records era, and Nelson brings to them a depth of understanding and empathy. Other tunes—among them Mercer and Arlen’s “One for My Baby (And One for the Road)” and the Rodgers and Hart chestnut “Blue Moon”—are handled playfully but respectfully, while the Gershwins-penned “A Foggy Day” and Cole Porter’s “What Is This Thing Called Love” are naturals coming from this voice, almost as if he’s owned them all along.

As for the title track, it’s best sung by someone who truly has lived a lot of life.  This man has, and his tender but assured arrangement confirms that he could never do anything anyone else’s way. It’s a sheer delight.

Willie Nelson, Steven Tyler, and friends, “All You Need Is Love”

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018

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by:  Ryan Reed

Sheryl Crow, Aloe Blacc, Eric Church others join all-star performance highlighting concert album/film ‘Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert’

Willie Nelson, Steven Tyler, the Killers’ Brandon Flowers, Sheryl Crow, Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Aloe Blacc and Eric Church performed a celebratory version of the Beatles’ “All You Need Is Love” in a preview of the upcoming film/album Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert. Kris Kristofferson, Peter Frampton, Kevin Bacon, Chris Stapleton, Train’s Pat Monahan, Eric Church and Juanes also joined for the song, which highlights the eclectic set, out on CD, DVD and LP via Blackbird Presents in January 2019.

The clip, which documents the titular 2015 concert at the Theater at Madison Square Garden, finds the singers harmonizing around a series of microphones as Lennon’s widow, Yoko Ono, applauds along. Monahan and Flowers tag-team the first verse, and the all-star crew unites on an extended chorus; Crow jumps in on the “all together, everybody” backing vocals, and Tyler adds sporadic raspy ad-libs.

“It’s beautiful to see so many wonderful and talented musicians come together for this special show to celebrate John’s birthday,” Ono said in a statement about the release. “John’s art continues to give hope, light and happiness to generations of people everywhere. His belief that each of us can change the world continues to inspire the human race to believe in themselves, and his influence is everlasting in everyone’s hearts as we all share in the possibilities and power of music.”

The show, along with interviews and behind-the-scenes footage, features covers from Lennon’s solo and Beatles catalogs – including Tyler’s take on “Come Together” (a song he covered in Aerosmith), Flowers’ “Instant Karma” and Crow’s “A Hard Day’s Night.” Other performers include the Roots, Spoon and John Fogerty.

Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert Track List

CD & DVD Track List

1. “Come Together” – Steven Tyler
2. “Instant Karma” – Brandon Flowers
3. “Don’t Let Me Down” – Sheryl Crow; Brandon Flowers; Chris Stapleton
4. “Jealous Guy” – Pat Monahan
5. “A Hard Day’s Night” – Sheryl Crow
6. “In My Life” – John Fogerty
7. “Watching The Wheels” – Aloe Blacc
8. “Woman” – Juanes
9. “Hey Bulldog” – Spoon
10. “Working Class Hero” – Tom Morello; Kris Kristofferson
11. “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” – Aloe Blacc; Sheryl Crow; Peter Frampton
12. “Give Peace A Chance” – John Fogerty
13. “Mother” – The Roots
14. “Mind Games” – Eric Church
15. “Steel And Glass” – Aloe Blacc
16. “Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)” – Peter Frampton
17. “You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away” – Kris Kristofferson; Willie Nelson; Chris Stapleton
18. “Revolution” – Eric Church; Steven Tyler (DVD only)
19. “Power To The People” – Tom Morello
20. “A Special Thank You From Yoko Ono” – Yoko Ono (DVD only)
21. “Imagine” – Willie Nelson
22. “All You Need Is Love” – Aloe Blacc; Eric Church; Sheryl Crow; John Fogerty; Peter Frampton; Brandon Flowers; Juanes; Kris Kristofferson; Pat Monahan; Tom Morello; Willie Nelson; The Roots; Spoon; Chris Stapleton; Steven Tyler

Willie Nelson at the Boarding House (San Francisco June 7, 1975)

Thursday, November 15th, 2018

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A songwriter and performer since the early 1960s, Willie Hugh Nelson tasted success early on, having composed ‘Crazy’ and ‘Funny How Time Slips Away’ in the late ’50s, both of which became huge country hits – with the former, in Patsy Cline’s version, reaching No. 2 in 1962 and subsequently becoming a true standard, covered by hundreds of artists across the years. By the mid-1970s Willie was writing and performing “Outlaw Country”, and his albums Shotgun Willie (Atlantic 1973) and Red Headed Stranger (Columbia 1975) were both perfect examples of the new style, with the latter of reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Chart, and ultimately achieving double Platinum sales status.

To help promote the LP, Nelson played a series of concerts across the US and Canada, during which he performed a dynamic show at San Francisco’s Boarding House venue on 7th June ’75, recorded for live broadcast. Playing a fine selection of tunes from his recent albums, plus a number of well-chosen covers, this entire show is now available on this CD for the first time.

Track Listing

Whiskey River/Stay A Little Longer
Funny How Time Slips Away/Crazy/Night Life
Bloody Mary Morning
Me And Paul
I Still Can’t Believe You’re Gone
Shotgun Willie
Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie
Good Hearted Woman
Time Of The Preacher Theme/ I Couldn’t Believe It Was True/Blue Rock Montana/Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain/ Red Headed Stranger

If You’ve Got The Money, I’ve Got The Time/Look What Thoughts Will Do/Truck Drivin’ Man/After The Fire Is Gone/Pick Up The Tempo
If You Can’t Undo The Wrong, Undo The Right
A Song For You
Instrumental
Mr. Record Man/Hello Walls/One Day At A Time/Will The Circle Be Unbroken’/When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder
I Gotta Get Drunk
The Sound In Your Mind
Rollin’ In My Sweet Baby’s Arms

Willie Nelson, “My Way”

Saturday, November 10th, 2018

My Way Tracklist

  1. Fly Me To The Moon
  2. Summer Wind
  3. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)
  4. A Foggy Day
  5. It Was A Very Good Year
  6. Blue Moon
  7. I’ll Be Around
  8. Night And Day
  9. What Is This Thing Called Love (with Norah Jones)
  10. Young At Heart
  11. My Way

www.austinchronicle.com
by:  Doug Freeman

Since 1978 blockbuster Stardust, Willie Nelson has maintained a consistent diligence to recording standards and tribute LPs, most at least worthwhile if not revelatory. Taking on Frank Sinatra with his latest homage platter, Nelson, 85, rightly doesn’t try matching the velvet richness of “The Voice,” but instead finds his own unique inroads to a well-trodden catalog.

The country sovereign’s immaculate phrasing, sincere handling of the songbook, and experienced vocal feel on the material find enough spectacular moments worth revisiting. The surprising Caribbean rhythm running under “It Was a Very Good Year,” downright jaunty take on “Blue Moon,” and always notable Norah Jones duet on “What Is This Thing Called Love” rise above, but the closing title track makes the album. Nelson works through “My Way” with an understated tenderness, the years on his voice seeping into the song like distinctly familiar but unplaceable aroma, and emerges triumphant without the overwrought bravado.

This Day in Willie Nelson Nelson History — Willie Nelson and Family Live Album released November 8, 1978

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

September 8, 1997

Willie Nelson’s Willie and Family Live album certified quadruple platinum

This album was recorded live at Harrahs, at Lake Tahoe, in April 1978.  It was remastered, and re-released in honor of Willie’s 70th birthday, and additional tracks were added.

Song List:

Disc One:

  1. Whiskey River
  2. Stay A Little Longer
  3. Funny How Times Slips Away
  4. Crazy
  5. Night Life
  6. If You’ve Got The Money I’ve Got The Time
  7. Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
  8. I Can Get Off On You
  9. If You Could Touch Her At All
  10. Good Hearted Woman
  11. Red Headed Stranger Medley:
    • Time Of The Preacher
    • I Couldn’t Believe It Was True
    • Blue Rock Montana/Red Headed Stranger
    • Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
    • Red Headed Stranger
    • Just As I Am
  12. Under The Double Eagle

Disc Two:

  1. Till I Gain Control Again
  2. Bloody Mary Morning
  3. I’m A Memory
  4. Mr. Record Man
  5. Hello Walls
  6. One Day At A Time
  7. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
  8. Amazing Grace
  9. Take This Job And Shove It (with Johnny Paycheck)
  10. Uncloudy Day
  11. The Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line
  12. A Song For You
  13. Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms
  14. Georgia On My Mind
  15. I Gotta Get Drunk
  16. Whiskey River
  17. The Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line

Bonus Tracks:

  • Till I Gain Control Again (Previously unreleased)
  • Georgia On My Mind (Previously unreleased)