The song written by Ed Bruce & Patsy Bruce, was recorded for the first time by Ed, in October of 1975 for the label United Artist, produced by Chuck Haines & Patsy Bruce, arrived at the position number 15 of the country lists between the end of 1975 and early 1976. Chris Ledoux, also recorded for his album, Songbook of the American West (American Cowboy Songs 1976). But the most successful version was recorded by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, was released in January 1978 and included on the
Song written by Kris Kristofferson, Stephen Bruton & Mike Utley. It was recorded by Willie Nelson & Kris Kristofferson for the soundtrack , Songwriter (Columbia 1984), was released in October 1984, reached the position number 21 of the USA country charts. The soundtrack was nominated to the Oscars, but lost with Purple Rain. Two of the songs on the album are duets, five are sung by Nelson and four by Kristofferson.
Song written by David Lynn Jones, was recorded by Willie Nelson for the Columbia label, was recorded on November 28, 1985, in Pedernales Recording Studio, Spicewood, TX, produced by Willie himself, was released in February 1986, the 28 June reached # 1 on the charts of US Hot Country Songs, and remained 20 weeks on the charts, on July 12, 1986, also reached # 1 on the charts Canadian RPM Country Tracks. It was the nineteenth number one in Willie’s career.
The song was included in Willie’s thirt
“Good Hearted Woman”, a song written by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson, Waylon first recorded it on September 1, 1971, Willie Nelson recorded it for the RCA label, on October 21, 1971, at RCA Victor Studio, 800 17th Ave South, Nashville, TN, four songs were recorded in the recording session, Willie was accompanied in the session by: David Kirby (guitar), Chip Young (rithym guitar), Weldon Myrick (steel), Henry Strzelecki (bass), Jerry Carrigan (drums), Hargus Robbins (piano) and Charlie McCoy
Song written by Wayne Carson, Johnny Christopher and Mark James, Willie Nelson recorded for the Columbia label, on October 11, 1981, in Moman’s Recording Studio, Nashville, TN, with the production of Chips Moman, was released on March 6 From 1982, on May 8, 1982, it reached number # 1 on the lists of US Hot Country Songs, for two weeks in a row, and remained in the charts for 21 weeks. On June 5, he also reached number # 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks lists, for two weeks in a row. It was
“Whiskey for me beer for my horse”, song written by Scotty Emerick & Toby Keith, was recorded by Toby Keith and Willie Nelson, was recorded along with the rest of the album, between fall of 2001 and the spring of 2002, in the studios from Ocean Way Nashville, 1200 17th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN; Masterfonics Studios, 28 Music Sq. East, Nashville TN and Loud Recording, 50 Music Square West, Nashville TN. With the production of James Stroud and Toby Keith, was released on April 7, 2002, on June
Folk song written by Steve Goodman, the first recording was made, Steve Goodman, for the Buddah label, was recorded on March 23, 1970, and released in 1971. The song would be included on the album, Steve Goodman (Buddah 1971).
The most successful version is the on
Goodman got the idea while traveling on the Illinois Central line for a visit to his wife's family. The song has been recorded by numerous artists both in the US and Europe, including two major hit versions: first by Arlo Guthrie in 19
"If You've Got the Money (I've Got the Time)" is the 1950 country music debut single released by Lefty Frizzell on September 14, 1950. The song is the second song ever recorded by Lefty Frizzell during his very first session with Columbia Records in July 1950. The song rose to #1 and Lefty built on its success to create his very influential career.
"Seven Spanish Angels" is a song written by Troy Seals and Eddie Setser, and recorded by Ray Charles as a duet with Willie Nelson. It was released in November 1984 as a single from Charles' 1984 album Friendship. Charles and Nelson split the verses, with Charles singing the first and Nelson the second, Charles sang the first and second choruses with Nelson joining for the outro. It was also included on Nelson's 1985 compilation album Half Nelson. "Seven Spanish Angels" was the most successful of
"Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" is a popular Christian hymn written in 1907 by Ada R. Habershon with music by Charles H. Gabriel. The song is often recorded unattributed and, because of its age, has lapsed into the public domain. Most of the chorus appears in the later songs "Can the Circle Be Unbroken" and "Daddy Sang Bass".
A reworked version of the song, intended as a funeral hymn, was wr
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