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Sign Up. The track, which Nelson wrote himself, features the plaintive pedal steel of Tommy Jackson, with famed rockabilly musician Tommy Allsup handling production duties.
Few songs, standards or otherwise, get touched by Nelson without forever bearing his likeness. Well, except possibly songs that had already been done by Ray Charles. He wound up winning a Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for it, which was only deserved; his brittle, plaintive performance is one the finest Nelson ever put to tape, a masterstroke of emotional understatement.
The rest, as they say, was history. Nelson has always been a master at meditating on memory, and the capability of our brains to know when to move on and when to linger. The synchronicity birthed his own idea: Farm Aid, which held its first concert that September in Chicago. This iconic Nelson tune, which has doubled as his concert-opening song since time immemorial, was actually written by Johnny Bush.
Nelson cut it for his album Shotgun Willie , empowering it with a grooving bass line and giant vocal harmonies over which he languidly laments a high-proof river he hopes never runs dry.
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Nelson and Jennings, two good-timing men if there ever were, had perfect timing when they dropped this duet in Nelson originally wrote this song early in his career, selling the track to be recorded by Texas country artist Claude Gray, who counted the song as his biggest hit. His performance of the song, opposite Johnny Cash during a VH1 Storytellers , is particularly moving, but never preachy.
An amputee with no legs who peddled paper and pencils for a living, Nelson suddenly recalled the man a few months before Christmas, and put the memory to music. Pretty paper! Nelson recorded the song himself, produced by Chet Atkins, in , and then again as the title track for his Christmas album.