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Honeysuckle Rose [Willie Nelson]

  • 1. On the Road Again
    2. Pick Up the Tempo
    3. Heaven or Hell
    4. Fiddlin' Around
    5. Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain
    6. Working Man Blues
    7. Jumpin' Cotton Eyed Joe
    8. Yesterday's Wine
    9. Whiskey River
    10. Bloody Mary Morning
    11. Loving You Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)
    12. I Don't Do Windows
    13. Coming Back To Texas
    14. If You Want Me To Love You I Will
    15. It's Not Supposed To Be That Way
    16. You Show Me Yours (and I'll Show You Mine)
    17. If You Could Touch Her At All
    18. Angel Flying Too Close To the Ground
    19. I Guess I've Come To Live Here In Your Eyes
    20. Angel Eyes
    21. So You Think You're a Cowboy
    22. Good Hearted Woman
    23. Make the World Go Away
    24. Two Sides To Every Story
    25. A Song For You
    26. Uncloudy Day
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 770682

  • Credits

    Composed by Willie Nelson.
    Originally released as Columbia (36752). Includes liner notes by Jonny Whiteside.
    The soundtrack to Honeysuckle Rose is an anomaly in the genre. It is really a collection of songs by Willie Nelson and his Family band as well as a host of friends like Jody Payne, Johnny Gimble, Amy Irving, Hank Cochran, Jeannie Seely, Kenneth Threadgill, Dyan Cannon, and Emmylou Harris, all of it set in a concert-like atmosphere and performed live in front of an audience. Now it's true that Nelson is the hero of the movie, but the movie hardly matters when it comes to the soundtrack because it stands so well as a document on its own. Cochran's performances are as inspiring as anything he ever did in his life. Nelson's readings of his own tunes like "Bloody Mary Morning," "On the Road Again," "Pick Up the Tempo," "Heaven or Hell," and others are solid, inspired, and rollicking. His versions of tunes written by Kris Kristofferson ("Loving Her Was Easier Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again"), Rodney Crowell ("Angel Eyes"), and Lee Clayton ("If You Could Touch Her at All") blow away the studio versions. And the duets with Cannon, Harris, and Irving are moving and direct. The sound is much improved on this remastered version with a real bass presence and far less crowd noise during the performances. ~ Thom Jurek

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