Willie Nelson - Stardust

9 thoughts on “ Willie Nelson - Stardust

  1. Dugore
    Sep 23,  · Regardless of the format (4x12, dollar bin special, 8-track, cassette, etc.), this album is packed with classics. Classics made famous by others, but restyled to be classics by Willie, that is/5().
  2. Aralabar
    Oct 03,  · Willie Nelson's voice is unusually smooth on this set and showcases his engaging talent for adapting to just about any style of music. I even like his attempt at reggae on “Countryman,” about which (as I recall) most critics were unkind. Like many of his albums, "Stardust" would be considered Willie's "cross-over," but as Ken Burns' "Country Music" documentary proved, country is much more /5().
  3. Nill
    At the height of outlaw country, Willie Nelson pulled off perhaps the riskiest move of the entire bunch. He set aside originals, country, and folk and recorded Stardust, a collection of pop standards produced by Booker T. Jones. Well, it's not entirely accurate to say that he put away country and folk, since these are highly idiosyncratic interpretations of "Georgia on My Mind," "All of Me," "Moonlight in Vermont," and 10/
  4. Samugal
    Willie Nelson was already an outlaw country legend by , but Stardust, his best-selling album, made him a household name.

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