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Greatest Hits (& Some That Will Be)

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Railroad Lady
2:40
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Heartaches Of A Fool
2:30
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Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
2:18
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Whiskey River
3:31
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Good Hearted Woman
Artist: Willie Nelson with Waylon Jennings
2:53
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Georgia On My Mind
4:19
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All of Me
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If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time
2:03
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Look What Thoughts Will Do
2:43
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Remember Me (When the Candle Lights Are Gleaming)
2:51
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Uncloudy Day
4:39
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Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
3:26
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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys
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Help Me Make It Through The Night
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Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground
4:27
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I'd Have To Be Crazy
3:25
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Faded Love
Artist: Willie Nelson;Ray Price
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On The Road Again
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Midnight Rider
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Heartbreak Hotel
Artist: Willie Nelson;Leon Russell
3:00
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If You Could Touch Her At All
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Till I Gain Control Again
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Stay A Little Longer
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 77:35

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Icon: Willie Nelson

By Andy Beta, Contributor

Country music has created its fair share of superstars, icons and tragic figures, from Brooks & Dunn to Hank Williams to Patsy Cline; charlatans and chanteuses; white-hatted good guys like George Strait and black-clad firebrands like Johnny Cash. But it's also the lone American musical genre to also produce a sage among its ranks: Willie Nelson. He's that rare caliber of artist who can be signified by one name. His book The Tao of Willie… more »

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Icon: Willie Nelson

By Andy Beta, Contributor

Country music has created its fair share of superstars, icons and tragic figures, from Brooks & Dunn to Hank Williams to Patsy Cline; charlatans and chanteuses; white-hatted good guys like George Strait and black-clad firebrands like Johnny Cash. But it's also the lone American musical genre to also produce a sage among its ranks: Willie Nelson. He's that rare caliber of artist who can be signified by one name. His book The Tao of Willie… more »

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Bobby Charles: The In-A-While Crocodile

By Lenny Kaye, Contributor

Robert Charles Guidry was leaving a diner in his native Louisiana when he heard the words that would forever make him Bobby Charles. "See you later, alligator," the 17-year-old jive-talked to a friend, only to hear, like a gospel call-and-response, "In a while, crocodile" from a neighboring patron. He had been playing teen soirees with a combo called the Cardinals (no relation to the r&b vocal group of the same name) in the small town of… more »

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A Field Report from the New Country

By Lenny Kaye, Contributor

Whither country music - or will it wither? Most of the c&w on strut at the recent CMA awards had more to do with 80's power-rock and 00's teen-pop than the morning farm report. In recent years, an alt-country movement in such Willy-billy suburbs as Brooklyn's Williamsburg has waved a country flag, along with a taste for trucker's caps and Pabst Blue Ribbon. This isn't a sudden outcropping on the range; ever since Gram Parsons… more »