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Willie Nelson has always been an underrated guitarist, and on Teatro he really shines, making the instrument lilt, jolt, and croon just like his distinctive voice. This time, however, percussion steals the show. Latin and rock rhythms add new kick to some of his old tunes—'60s classics like "Three Days" and "My Own Peculiar Way." Here's your ticket to a late-night desert party where the stars, as Willie puts it, "are raindrops searching for a place to fall.”

Customer Reviews

If you care for Willie

...then you'll love this album. I heard him say once that this album was a labor of love, and you can really tell it. Best he's done in years.

More Than A Recyling

Although many of these songs were written many years before the release of this album, the emphasis on percussion and the off-the-dominant note harmonies by emmylou harris are unique and intriguing. The selection of old songs stress Willie's slightly askew view of the world. Excellent and original work!

simply moving

I've always respected Willie, but never really got into his music until this album came along. It is simple, moving and haunting. It isn't depressing at all, but it's a great album for late nights and/or grey, winter days.


Born: April 29, 1933 in Abbott, TX

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As a songwriter and a performer, Willie Nelson played a vital role in post-rock & roll country music. Although he didn't become a star until the mid-'70s, Nelson spent the '60s writing songs that became hits for stars like Ray Price ("Night Life"), Patsy Cline ("Crazy"), Faron Young ("Hello Walls"), and Billy Walker ("Funny How Time Slips Away") as well as releasing a series of records on Liberty and RCA that earned him a small but devoted cult following. During the early '70s, Willie aligned himself...
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