Willie Nelson - Stardust

 (Numbered Limited)





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CSON 4253 K2N
UPC: 888430425323
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24-Bit/100kHz mastering! This K2 HD CD will play on ALL CD players!

This recording has been mastered by the K2 HD format of 24-bit 100kHz, which creates an unbelievable sound surpassing other formats!

Willie Nelson was better known as a highly successful composer of some of Nashville's most deeply personal songs ("Hello, Walls," "Crazy," "Night Life") and as one of the Texas-based "outlaws" of country music when, in 1978, he undertook what seemed like a most unlikely project. Nelson, with his superlative band in tow, elected to record an entire album of some of the Tin Pan Alley classics with which he'd grown up. The results were phenomenal — Stardust, produced by Booker T. Jones (of Booker T. and the MGs fame) was an instant smash, eventually going quadruple-platinum.

"Stardust showcases Nelson's skills as a musician and his entire aesthetic — where there is nothing separating classic American musical forms, it can all be played together — perhaps better than any other album, which is why it was a sensation upon its release and grows stronger with each passing year." — AllMusic.com

Georgia on My Mind
Blue Skies
All of Me
Unchained Melody
September Song
On the Sunny Side of the Street
Moonlight In Vermont
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
Someone To Watch Over Me
Bonus Tracks (Previously Unreleased)
Scarlet Ribbons
I Can See Clearly Now

Customer Reviews (4.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Perfect w/o bonus tracks

posted on 07/15/2019
4 Stars
This is one of the best albums of all time and the recording quality is superb. I give it 4 stars for one reason -- the bonus tracks. They simply don't fit with the rest of the tracks on the album and should not have been tacked on to the end. They are good Willie Nelson recordings and may have worked as an add-on to another album, but why mess with perfection?

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