Country legend Willie Nelson offers his upcoming new album 'God's Problem Child' for you to stream in full ahead of release.
God's Problem Child will be released on Apr 28, 2017. Stream it courtesy of NPR. Also check out our Willie Nelson artist profile to find eventual tour dates in your area and links to the official web and social media pages of Willie Nelson. Last but not least make sure you scroll down and check out reviews for 'God's Problem Child'.
And if you like what you hear, get it over at iTunes or Amazon.
1. "Little House on the Hill" (Lyndel Rhodes)2. "Old Timer" (Donnie Fritz/Lenny LeBlanc)
3. "True Love" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
4. "Delete and Fast Forward" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
5. "A Woman's Love (Mike Reid/Sam Hunter)
6. "Your Memory Has a Mind Of Its Own" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
7. "Butterfly" (Sonny Throckmorton/Mark Sherrill)
8. "Still Not Dead" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
9. "God's Problem Child" (Jamey Johnson/Tony Joe White)
10. "It Gets Easier" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
11. "Lady Luck" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
12. "I Made a Mistake" (Willie Nelson/Buddy Cannon)
13. "He Won't Ever Be Gone" (Gary Nicholson)
We currently know 10 reviews for "God's Problem Child" by Willie Nelson. The album received pretty solid reviews among the critics and is one of the better ones this year.
"Honesty gives God’s Problem Child heft."
"From start to finish, God’s Problem Child is a quintessential Willie Nelson record and there are few things in the world better than that."
"As ever, it’s all played with impeccably economical style, tight-as-a-drum country shuffles with occasional jazz excursions; the work of a bona fide legend who’s never sounded more alive."
"While perhaps not a definitive artistic statement, God’s Problem Child is nonetheless an indisputable high point in this late stage of Nelson’s career, one that will no doubt go down as required listening for those who would ever deign to question his continued cultural relevancy."
"On God’s Problem Child, he sounds a bit like a weathered harmonica: he might have lost some of his higher notes, but he can soar through all the ones that count. The arrangements, which skew more toward classic country and slower tempos than Band Of Brothers, also help highlight Willie’s strengths."
"There isn't a hint of fussiness and the songs and the performances are so understated, they only seem richer with repeated spins."
"God's Problem Child is a tightly-woven, poignant collection of ruminations on aging and fading faculties that amounts to Nelson's most moving album in decades."
"At times, Nelson’s nonchalance makes some of the more topical concerns on God’s Problem Child feel a tad hackneyed. ... That leaves plenty of space for the other veteran songwriters to slip Nelson their own meditations on aging."
"These songs don't contain the spine-tingling embrace of death that fuelled Leonard Cohen and David Bowie's final albums, but Nelson faces his realities head on here, with grit and a grin."
"The final third of the disc hits a tempo rut, though some such selections are ripe for rearrangement and reinterpretation."
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