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Willie Nelson - Just One Love (1999) Retail CD
Just One Love is a superb, old-fashioned honky-tonk album, featuring 10 well-aged standards plus 2 tunes by modern Nashville songwriter Kimmie Rhodes, who matches breathy, elastic vocals with Willie Nelson on her compositions. The best known of the standards is Hank Williams' "Cold, Cold Heart," and it receives the same refurbishing as the others. Instead of trying to out-sing the original, Nelson illustrates how relaxed and effortless the song can become and still retain its captivating melody and confessional intimacy. On two numbers by his early Texas hero, Floyd Tillman, Nelson capturesmore… the romantic longing of "Each Night at Nine" and the marital troubles of "This Cold, Cold War with You." "Four Walls," the '57 Jim Reeves hit that perhaps inspired Nelson's own "Hello Walls," is slowed down and given a quivering shimmer. Grandpa Jones, the 81-year-old veteran of a 65-year career as a professional musician, joins Nelson for a spirited duet on Jones' 1946, banjo-powered hit, "Eight More Miles to Louisville." Grady Martin, the Nashville session legend and Nelson's long-time road guitarist, is the album's producer, and he gives the arrangements a quiet restraint and a slippery swing that seem to echo the leader's smoky, fluid singing. --Geoffrey Himes
|1||Just One Love|
|2||Each Night at Nine|
|3||This Cold War With You|
|4||Better Left Forgotten|
|5||It's a Sin|
|7||Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)|
|8||I Just Dropped By|
|9||Cold, Cold Heart|
|12||Eight More Miles to Louisville|
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