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Band Of Brothers

by Willie Nelson

Band Of Brothers by Willie Nelson

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Band Of Brothers

by Willie Nelson

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Label: Legacy Recordings
On his first album of (mostly) new material in nearly two decades, the 81-year-old Willie Nelson shows no signs of slowing. Nelson, who co-wrote 8 of the 14 tracks with producer Buddy Cannon, hasn't lost his gift for writing songs that are sharp, biting and funny at just the right moments. On "I Thought I Left You," for example, he shatters the serious, she-left-me-type mood with, "You're like the whooping cough/ I've already had you/ So why don't you get lost." There's plenty more to love, but start with "Crazy Like Me," "The Git Go" (with Jamey Johnson) and "Wives and Girlfriends."

About This Album

On his first album of (mostly) new material in nearly two decades, the 81-year-old Willie Nelson shows no signs of slowing. Nelson, who co-wrote 8 of the 14 tracks with producer Buddy Cannon, hasn't lost his gift for writing songs that are sharp, biting and funny at just the right moments. On "I Thought I Left You," for example, he shatters the serious, she-left-me-type mood with, "You're like the whooping cough/ I've already had you/ So why don't you get lost." There's plenty more to love, but start with "Crazy Like Me," "The Git Go" (with Jamey Johnson) and "Wives and Girlfriends."

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About This Album

On his first album of (mostly) new material in nearly two decades, the 81-year-old Willie Nelson shows no signs of slowing. Nelson, who co-wrote 8 of the 14 tracks with producer Buddy Cannon, hasn't lost his gift for writing songs that are sharp, biting and funny at just the right moments. On "I Thought I Left You," for example, he shatters the serious, she-left-me-type mood with, "You're like the whooping cough/ I've already had you/ So why don't you get lost." There's plenty more to love, but start with "Crazy Like Me," "The Git Go" (with Jamey Johnson) and "Wives and Girlfriends."