One of the strongest, most engaging country albums of 2015, writes Barry Mazor in the WSJ, comes from two long-time friends, one of whom is 82 and the other 78.
“With Jimmie Rodgers-like audacity and sentiment, and Django Reinhardt style invention and swing, Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard have been pursuing similar courses for over five decades now. It’s still thrilling to hear them working in cahoots.”
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