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  • Audio CD (14 Oct. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Cmg
  • ASIN: B00E58M81C
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
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To All The Girls… finds Willie Nelson reunited with his two greatest loves: beautiful music and talented women. The album is a collection of newly recorded duets between the American musical legend and a dream list of contemporary pop-country women singers. Among the centerpieces of To All The Girls… is the emotional duet with Dolly Parton, “From Here To The Moon and Back”. Willie also tackles the Bill Withers’ classic “Grandma’s Hands” with Mavis Staples, duets with Sheryl Crow on the Great American Songbook selection “Far Away Places,” and brings a new shade to his self penned classic “Always on My Mind” with Carrie Underwood. He is also joined by familiar contemporaries including Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert, Norah Jones, Loretta Lynn and Rosanne Cash. Decades of heartfelt performances and compositions in popular music have long solidified Willie’s reputation as one of country’s greatest romantics. To All The Girls… continues Nelson’s musical relationships with some of the most talented women in country, pop and soul.

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By Angel Delta TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 14 Oct. 2013
Format: Audio CD
Willie Nelson must be the hardest working performer in country music because "To All The Girls" is his 96th studio album since 1962, his 32nd album of the 21st century - and he's 80 years old. Of course, with such an output, there have been some duds but most have been to such a high standard that, in terms of volume, will probably never be surpassed.

His new album is an eighteen track collaboration with legends, icons, superstars and mere mortals, produced by the multi talented Buddy Cannon. In his long career Willie has embraced pop, jazz, reggae, western swing, gospel and was a leader of the Country Outlaw movement. But this is a celebration of classic country with, perhaps, a nod to the progressive country of albums such as "Teatro" with "No Mas Amor", a striking, trumpet inflected duet with Alison Krauss.

Aficionados of the Nelson canon will not be disappointed with a powerful reading of Kristofferson's "Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends" with Rosanne Cash and an emotion packed delivery of the classic break up song "Always On My Mind" with Carrie Underwood, full of anguish, pain and sorrow and recalling the impact of his 1982 platinum single.

There is an atmospheric version of Bruce Springsteen's "Dry Lightning" with fellow icon Emmylou Harris as he

".....chased the heat of her blood/like it was the holy grail."

Western Swing is revisited with a rollicking performance of "Til The End Of The World" with Shelby Lynne,there's a steel guitar infused version of Merle Haggard's "She Was No Good To Me" with Miranda Lambert and a gorgeous reading of the dreamy, classic "Far Away Places" with Sheryl Crow.
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It's amazing how prolific Willie Nelson remains at the age of 80. This, Willie's second album release this year, offers us a mixed bag of covers with a variety of female duet guests.

I'm not sure whether Willie loves to sing with other artists and approaches them or whether the other artists are queueing up for the honour of singing with him, but it seems like there's hardly a singer out there who hasn't worked with him, from rock stars to rap people.

As ever, with such projects, it's something of a mixed bag. The high points for me are "From Here To The Moon And Back" with Dolly Parton, "No Mas Amor" with Alison Krauss, "Somewhere Between" with Loretta Lynn, and "Grandma's Hands" with Mavis Staples. It's the recordings with the 'older' artists that strike a cord with me, those with the younger artists are much more throwaway. I find Carrie Underwood's take on "Always On My Mind" particularly irritating: it's as if she's singing a different song to Willie in places.

It's good on the whole - Willie sounds in top form and the musicians are excellent - but probably one where I'll listen to selected tracks rather than the whole thing!
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Amazing that Willie can still produce such albums at this stage in his long and great career!
Fans will like and love this album, the long list of duets, the different styles and the range of songs covered would not have any negative reactions from long time fans of this great singer!
Willie has his own style and it works, proven over so many years and I for one would still listen to Willie because I know that there is that one chance that even one track is memorable, haunting with the urge to play again!
While he is still around, I for will appreciate his output. His voice has aged well and does not really suffer, there is no anguish here like that when listening to any J Cash or Glen Campbell where their voice and singing skill has been dimmed by age!
I still look forward to every new production of Willie's and still enjoy them, that says a great deal about this unique artist!
He has earned that tag, unique and this production proves it. Worth buying for many, many diverse reasons and opinions!
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By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 6 Dec. 2013
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With this album of duets, Willie teams up with a selection of women, some of them young enough to be his grandchildren, to sing a mix of mostly familiar songs, some of which he wrote in years gone by.

Most of the songs are ballads, though the tempo picks up a little here and there, notably on Bloody Mary morning (with Wynonna Judd) and the closing After the fire is gone (with Tina Rose).

I am familiar with most of the singers to some extemt, but there are some who I've never heard of, which reflects the fact that I'm a bit out of touch with the contemporary music scene, but they all sound great here and I'll investigate the singers new to me in due course.

I'm not sure how long Willie intends to continue recording music, but he has no reason to retire as long as he can sustain this standard. I wonder what Patsy Cline would make of him if she had lived a long life, given that she was reluctant to record Crazy, because she didn't like his voice :-) I suppose it is an acquired taste, but millions of us have acquired that taste.

Not many singers could record an album this good at 80, but Willie has proved with this album that it can be done.
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