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Laying My Burdens Down

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Laying My Burdens Down
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How Long Have You Been There
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Senses
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I Don't Feel Anything
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I've Seen That Look On Me (A Thousand Times)
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Where Do You Stand?
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Minstrel Man
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Happiness Lives Next Door
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When We Live Again
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Following Me Around
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 24:41

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Willie has never made a bad record. This one from 1970 is one of his earlist that bigins a streak on RCA then Columbia and so on so on... I like everything he has put out. Some of his love recording are not recorded very will but this studio album is a must.

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This is what can best be described as a pleasant album. There are some nice things on here, but too many are buried under the Nashville Sound and don’t seem to be able to stand on their own. Not great, but you could do worse. – Jim Worbois