- On The Road Again
- Pick Up The Tempo
- Heaven Or Hell
- Fiddlin’ Around
- Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
- Working Man Blues
- Jumpin’ Cotton Eyed Joe
- Whiskey River
- Bloody Mary Morning
- Loving You Was Easier (Than Anything I’ll Ever Do Again)
- I Don’t Do Windows
- Coming Back To Vegas
- If You Want Me To Love You I Will
- It’s Not Supposed To Be That Way
- You Show Me Yours (And I’ll Show You Mine)
- If You Could Touch Her At All
- Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground
- I Guess I’ve Come To Live Here In Your Eyes
- Angel Eyes (Angel Eyes)
- So You Think You’re A Cowboy
- Make The World Go Away
- Two Side To Every Story
- A Song For You
- Uncloudy Day
- Yesterday’s Wine
- Good Hearted Woman
Willie Nelson & Family // Honeysuckle Rose (Rose-Colored Vinyl)
Limited edition of 1000 individually numbered copies on "Rose-Coloured" vinyl.
The soundtrack to "Honeysuckle Rose" is a collection of songs by Willie Nelson and his Family band as well as a host of friends like Jody Payne, Johnny Gimble, Amy Irving ("If You Want Me to Love You I Will"), Hank Cochran, Jeannie Seely, Kenneth Threadgill, Dyan Cannon ("Two Sides to Every Story"), and Emmylou Harris ("Angel Eyes"), all of it set in a concert-like atmosphere and performed live in front of an audience.
Nelson's readings of his own tunes like "Bloody Mary Morning," "On the Road Again," "Pick Up the Tempo," "Heaven or Hell," and others are solid, inspired, and rollicking. His versions of tunes written by Kris Kristofferson ("Loving Her Was Easier Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again"), Rodney Crowell ("Angel Eyes"), and Lee Clayton ("If You Could Touch Her at All") blow away the studio versions. And the duets with Cannon, Harris, and Irving are moving and direct.
The song "On the Road Again" was nominated for Best Original Song in the 53rd Academy Awards.
Release Date: 6/25/2021
The high quality packaging really showed that Vinylmnky cares about how your record arrives.
Prompt with any questions asked, fast, reliable shipping with a tracking number and high quality records.
It's really a fantastic way for collectors to build their library and discover new music that maybe you wouldn't normally listen to.