Willie Nelson: Ride Me Back Home (2019). The album continues with darkly funny songs about getting older ( Come on Time ) and temptation ( Seven Year Itch, with the line I had the seven-year-itch and scratched it out in three. Nelson laughs while talking about it: It’s an old joke I’ve known since childhood in Abbott, he says. The album is Nelson’s 13th with producer and co-writer Buddy Cannon. Willie Nelson – Ride Me Back Home.
Ride Me Back Home is Willie’s thirteenth album with producer/co-writer Buddy Cannon, the Pancho to his Lefty, and it casually evokes the old Texas dancehalls where Willie cut his teeth long before he embodied the outlaw country ethos. There’s a roominess to the music, a jovial looseness in its rhythmic complexity, and something like celebration in its exploration of these grave subjects. Nothing on here sounds rehearsed or calculated. Instead, it sounds like Willie has been living with these songs for so long that he can play them as easily as inhaling and exhaling.
Willie Nelson’s story is one of country music’s most genuinely delightful. While Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Hank Williams and other big names from the OG yeehaw scene lived lives filled with tragedy and addiction, the perma-chilled Willie has spent the past 86 years with a beatific smile on his face. And that’s not just because he’s been pleasantly stoned on homegrown ganja since the early 1970s. As prolific as he is iconic, ‘Ride Me Back Home’ is Willie’s 69th (nice) album and sees him in absolute sweetheart mode. The title track certainly has an overarching sense of the spiritual, but it’s also a straight up tribute to his love of horses, especially the 60-odd he personally rescued from slaughterhouses and gave a home to on his Texan ranch. Nelson’s left-leaning politics are impossible to ignore here, deeply embedded in his emotive cover of Guy Clark’s ‘Immigrant Eyes’.
Willie Nelson has announced a new album. It’s called Ride Me Back Home and it’s due out June 21 via Legacy Recordings. According to a press release, the album completes a trilogy about mortality with 2017’s God’s Problem Child and 2018’s Last Man Standing. It includes three new co-writes with longtime collaborator Buddy Cannon and a new rendition of his 1972 track Stay Away From Lonely Places. Artists In This Story.
Ride Me Back Home," written by Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member Sonny Throckmorton, his daughter Debby, Joe Manual and Lucinda Hinto, was inspired by the horses Nelson has rescued over the years. Ride Me Back Home was produced by Nelson's longtime collaborator Buddy Cannon
My Way is the sixty-eighth solo studio album by Willie Nelson. It was released on September 14, 2018, by Legacy Recordings. The album is a tribute to Frank Sinatra, who was a close friend of Nelson's.
Legacy Recordings has announced the release of ‘Ride Me Back Home’, a new studio album by Willie Nelson due to land on Friday, June 21st. The album rounds out a trilogy about mortality that began in 2017 with ‘God’s Problem Child’ and was followed in 2018 with ‘Last Man Standing’. This is the 13th album that longtime friend/producer Buddy Cannon has produced for Willie in a little over a decade and the album debuts three new songs co-written by the pair: ‘Come On Time, Seven Year Itch’ and ‘One More Song to Write.
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