Country Music is the fifty-eighth studio album by country artist Willie Nelson. The album consists in a compilation of country music standards. Produced by Grammy-winning T Bone Burnett, it was released on April 20, 2010 by Rounder Records, and according to Nelson is the first traditional album he has ever recorded. It was his first release in the 2010s.
This Willie Nelson discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Willie Nelson albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Willie Nelson singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you want to know, "What is the Best Willie Nelson album of all time?" or "What are the top Willie Nelson albums?" then this list will answer your questions. List ranges from Heroes to Red Headed Stranger, plus much more.
Here's Willie Nelson. Country Willie – His Own Songs. Make Way for Willie Nelson. My Own Peculiar Way. 1970s. Remember Me, Vol. 1. Heroes. Let's Face the Music and Dance. December Day. Django & Jimmie.
Willie Nelson may be America’s greatest balladeer, capable of making any song sound like a standard. For all his genius, Nelson can be kind of lazy, and this disc - a sequel of sorts to his beloved 1978 standards collection, Stardust - he only occasionally sounds like he’s trying. Nelson wrings pathos out of Come Rain or Come Shine and plays the dirty old man to perfection in Baby, It’s Cold Outside, drawling come-ons to Norah Jones. But his band pushes the music into airless cocktail-jazz territory, and Nelson often sounds glib and unengaged
American country music singer-songwriter. 29 April 1933 Abbott Willie Hugh Nelson. Country of citizenship. United States of America. American Music Award of Merit (1989). Grammy Legend Award (1990). Kennedy Center Honors (1998). 利·纳尔逊 (zh-cn); Willie Hugh Nelson (et); William Hugh Nelson, William Nelson (fi); Red Headed Stranger, Shotgun Willie, Willie Hugh Nelson, 00022185611 IPI (en); 威利·尼爾森 (zh); 威利·纳尔逊 (zh-hans); 威利·尼爾森 (zh-hant).
An American icon, Willie will be 77 on April 30, but continues to maintain a pace that would put artists in their twenties to shame. In addition to touring, he's planning his legendary 4th of July Picnic, which will include performances from Kris Kristofferson, Leon Russell, Ray Price, David Allan Coe, Billy Joe Shaver and Asleep at the Wheel, among others. He's also trying to slow down long enough to shoot a film at his place in Luck, Texas. Though he has recorded nearly every style of music during his lengthy career, Willie returned to his roots on his new Rounder release . Working with T Bone, Willie found a kindred spirit with a passion for country classics. He sort of ran with the ball. He brought most of the songs to the session, called all the musicians together.
CreditsWillie Nelson - Primary Artist
|1||A Moment Isn't Very Long||Willie Nelson||2:59|
|2||Any Old Arms Won't Do||Willie Nelson||2:45|
|3||December Days||Willie Nelson||2:31|
|4||The End of Understanding||Willie Nelson||2:37|
|5||Face of a Fighter||Willie Nelson||3:17|
|6||Half a Man||Willie Nelson||2:05|
|7||I Didn't Sleep a Wink||Willie Nelson||2:11|
|8||Night Life||Willie Nelson||2:35|
|10||Rainy Day Blues||Willie Nelson||3:07|
|11||Will You Remember Mine||Willie Nelson||3:10|
|12||You Wouldn't Cross the Street to Say Goodbye||Willie Nelson||1:47|