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Willie Nelson - Countryman mp3 download

Performer: Willie Nelson
Title: Countryman
Style: Alt-Country,Alternative/Indie Rock,Reggae-Pop,Progressive Country,Dub
Location: Ocean Way Studios, Hollywood, CA
Duration: 35:53
Released: August 2, 2005
Date of recording: 1995 - 2004
Size MP3 version: 1991 mb
Size FLAC version: 1269 mb
Size WMA version: 1150 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 698
Format: WAV TTA MP4 APE FLAC MMF
Genre: Country

Willie Nelson - Countryman mp3 download


Willie Nelson ‎– Countryman. 이블: Lost Highway ‎– B000470602.

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Countryman is the fifty-third studio album by Willie Nelson. Ten years in the making since 1995, Nelson's first ever reggae album merges the gospel and spirit found in both country and reggae. It was released on CD format on August 2, 2005 by the Lost Highway label. Nelson made two videos for this album "The Harder They Come" and "I'm a Worried Man" both videos were filmed in Jamaica. All tracks written by Willie Nelson except where noted. Sweet Pea Atkinson - vocals. Dan Bosworth - guitar.

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The idea of combining Willie Nelson's patented Texas glide with some one-drop Jamaican rhythms is certainly a novel one, but the chances of it working seemed as remote as George Jones hitting Kingston and toasting "White Lightning" over a choice dubplate at the local yard. You'd have to be crazy or high to think it would work.

Band Name Willie Nelson. Album Name Countryman.

A Willie Nelson reggae album is an idea that's almost as crazy-brilliant as casting the Red-Headed Stranger as Uncle Jesse in the Dukes of Hazzard movie. For starters, both country and reggae build on outlaw imagery and class issues, making heroes of rebels and outsiders, and the sunny island rhythms have the potential to counterbalance the dark gospel sobriety of many of Nelson's songs  . Now Nelson's new label, Lost Highway Records, is finally showing it the light of day.

Willie Nelson Albums. Release Date August 2, 2005. Darkness On The Face Of The Earth.

countryman willie nelson album, s albums Countryman is the 59th studio album by Willie Nelson Ten years in the making since 1995, Nelson's first ever reggae album merges the gospel and spirit found in both country and reggae It was released on CD format on August 2, 2005 by the Lost Highway label Nelson made two videos for this album "The. Harder They Come" and "I'm a Worried Man" both videos were filmed in Jamaica.

Willie Nelson albums discography. The following is a detailed discography of all albums released by country music singer Willie Nelson, since his professional debut in 1962. Nelson's discography includes 98 studio albums (consisting of 69 solo studio albums and 29 collaborative studio albums), 12 live albums, and 42 compilation albums, as well as the soundtracks of The Electric Horseman and Honeysuckle Rose.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Do You Mind Too Much If I Don't Understand Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 2:48
2 How Long Is Forever Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 3:22
3 I'm a Worried Man June Carter Cash Willie Nelson feat: Toots Hibbert 2:35
4 The Harder They Come Jimmy Cliff Willie Nelson 3:38
5 Something to Think About Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 3:14
6 Sitting in Limbo Jimmy Cliff Willie Nelson 2:41
7 Darkness on the Face of the Earth Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 2:17
8 One in a Row Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 3:33
9 I've Just Destroyed the World (I'm Living In) Willie Nelson / Ray Price Willie Nelson 2:44
10 You Left Me a Long, Long Time Ago Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 3:02
11 I Guess I've Come to Live Here in Your Eyes Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 3:27
12 Undo the Right Hank Cochran / Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 2:32

Credits

Craig Allen - Art Direction, Design
Sweet Pea Atkinson - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Dan Bosworth - Guitar, Main Personnel
Sir Harry Bowens - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Kim Buie - Executive Producer
June Carter Cash - Composer
Jimmy Cliff - Composer
Hank Cochran - Composer
Santa Davis - Drums, Main Personnel
Richard Feldman - Audio Production, Engineer, Guitar, Main Personnel, Mixing, Producer
Pam Hall - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Jim Herrington - Photography
Toots Hibbert - Guest Artist, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Mikey Hyde - Keyboards, Main Personnel
Randy Jacobs - Guitar, Main Personnel
Wayne Jobson - Guitar, Main Personnel, Production Coordination
Donald Ray Mitchell - Main Personnel, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Willie Nelson - Composer, Guitar, Main Personnel, Primary Artist, Vocals
Rik Pekkonen - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Ray Price - Composer
Mickey Raphael - Harmonica, Main Personnel
Paul "Pablo" Stennett - Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel
Stephen Stewart - Engineer, Keyboards, Main Personnel
Lieba Thomas - Main Personnel, Vocals (Background)
Uziah "Sticky" Thompson - Main Personnel, Percussion
Robby Turner - Dobro, Guitar (Steel), Main Personnel
Don Was - Audio Production, Producer
Norris Webb - Keyboards, Main Personnel
Tom Weir - Mixing
Qiahmagha
Ya know, I’ve listened through this album a number of times and in a wide ranging variety of environments; from parties to barbecues, from beaches to mountains, deserts, and long drives down unknown highways - and it seems to work quite wonderfully in all of them. I thoroughly respect AMG critic Steve Leggett’s opinions, and often agree with many of his reviews. But I don’t understand why he seems to have such a problem with this album working. I don’t agree at all with Leggett’s view that; “as a whole, the songs on Countryman sound woefully out of whack, neither good reggae nor good country...” It is neither country nor is it reggae. This music on this album is a true hybrid, and on that level, and as that entity, it works just fine. We are talking about Willie Nelson here after all, and “Outlaw Country” artist Nelson is a uniquely one of a kind chameleonic musical magician who constantly defies any sort of easy categorization. The only constants with Willie Nelson are that plaintive voice, that guitar, and his integrity.If you enjoy the work of Willie Nelson, and reggae, island style or tropical music that would suit beach life, boating or hanging out with friends to an album of nicely laid back but grooving tunes that feature Willie Nelson’s distinctive vocal stylings, you’ll likely appreciate this album.Renn Loren
Ionzar
Mixing Reggae and Country shouldn't be a bad idea, and I believe it isn't. But honestly, this one has to be amongst Nelson's worst albums ever. And not because of the music, which does work at some point, but the shameless, corny and disgusting abuse of Autotune makes it somehow embarrasing to listen to. Does an artist of this size needs using Autotune? Probably not, so I will blame it on the producer of the album. The idea was good, but in the hands of a fool it became pretty embarrasing and lame for a great artist as Willie Nelson is.
Hawk Flying
The songs seem to work here. Willie Nelson is one of a select group of artists whose approach adapts to a wide range of genres without ever losing their signature sound. Another example would be Ray Charles doing country, or Sting moving from Pop to Jazz. But in this case the styles are actually much closer than that. Reggae has always had a strong folk/country element. So it fits well with Willie here. The album highs such as "Harder they come" and the Toots Hibbert collaboration are excellent. And the other songs are at least in the "enjoyable to listen to" category. So I would recommend this album especially to any fan of country, folk, reggae, or Willie Nelson.
Vudozilkree
On first listen, I didn't love every cut, but I thought a lot of Willie's tunes worked really well. I wasn't crazy about programming "I Just Destroyed the World I'm Living In" and "You Left Me a Long, Long Time Ago" back to back...they are too similar, imho. Where was this recorded?