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Willie Nelson: Band of Brothers

“Willie Nelson has been a prolific singer and recording artist since the 1970s, but the songwriter who penned hits for Ray Price, Patsy Cline, Billy Walker, and Johnny Cash, among others, hasn’t issued an album of predominantly original material since 1996. Band of Brothers ends the drought.” –All Music Guide Check Our Catalog

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“[I]t is neither a bluegrass nor pop record but rather splits the difference, touching upon each sound, along with threading in other signatures….[T]he remarkable thing is how satisfying an album this is: it sounds good and the songs are sturdy, proof that Parton is far from resting on her laurels.” –All Music Guide Check Our [...]

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“Civil War: Songs of the North collects 15 Union-centric instrumental ballads like ‘Weeping Sad and Lonely/When This Cruel War Is Over,’ ‘When Johnny Comes Marching Home,’ and ‘The Battle Cry of Freedom,’ all of which are impeccably performed by Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist Craig Duncan and a small army of talented session musicians.” –All Music Guide Check [...]

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Buck Owens: All-Time Greatest Hits

“Arriving four years after Rhino’s 21 # Hits: The Ultimate Collection, Time Life’s 20-track All-Time Greatest Hits covers much of the same territory. …[T]his digs deeper into pure country, adding the classic ‘Cryin’ Time’ and ‘Close Up the Honky Tonks.’ Neither one is better than the other — both are terrific samplers of Buck Owens [...]

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