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Performer:
Willie Nelson
Album:
The Troublemaker
Style:
Country Gospel,Gospel,Outlaw Country,Progressive Country,Traditional Country
Date of release:
1976
Recording location:
Atlantic Recording Studios, New York, NY
Duration:
44:22
FLAC vers. size:
1672 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1599 mb
WMA vers. size:
1290 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
283

The Troublemaker is the twentieth studio album by country singer and songwriter Willie Nelson. When Nelson refused to sign an early extension of his contract with RCA in 1972, the label decided not to release any further recordings. Nelson hired Neil Reshen as his manager, and while Reshen negotiated with RCA, Nelson moved to Austin, Texas, where the ongoing hippie music scene at the Armadillo World Headquarters renewed his musical style.

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Released in late 1976, at the height of Willie mania, The Troublemaker is Willie Nelson's first all-gospel album, but country gospel in his hands doesn't sound like traditional country gospel - it's a Willie album, through and through, performed with the freewheeling Family as support.

The Troublemaker, Nelson’s latest release, was actually recorded for Atlantic almost three years ago Sales of his two previous albums for that label apparently weren’t enough to warrant the release of this one, a collection of white gospel songs. But the big success of The Outlaws and Red Headed Stranger and the Willie/Waylon sweep of the Country Music Association Awards have since ensured that Nelson could record Hamlet and still command healthy sales. The excellence of The Troublemaker as a white gospel’ album is not at issue. Moreover, the songs on the Tillman album, all recorded during the late Forties and early Fifties, bear a striking resemblance to the pre-Outlaw Willie songs - it is not many steps from Tillman’s I Gotta Have My Baby Back to Nelson’s Hello Walls.

the troublemaker album willie nelson, the troublemaker album cover The Troublemaker is the 20th studio album by country singer and songwriter Willie Nelson When Nelson refused to sign an early extension of his contract with RCA in 1972, the label decided not to release any further recordings Nelson hired Neil Reshen as his manager, and while Reshen negotiated with RCA, Nelson moved. Produced by Arif Mardin, the album was recorded in two days at the Atlantic Records studio in New York City in February 1973 Nelson and his usual backup musicians were joined by Doug Sahm and his band The release of the album was cancelled by Atlantic Records, that decided that the album was not right for the label After Atlantic closed its experimental.

Album by Willie Nelson. Uncloudy Day. When the Roll Is Called Up Yonder. Will the Circle Be Unbroken. Where the Soul Never Dies. Sweet Bye and Bye. Shall We Gather. MusicBrainz: The Troublemaker. this site: The Troublemaker.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Uncloudy Day Willie Nelson Willie Nelson 4:40
2 When the Roll Is Called up Yonder Traditional Willie Nelson 2:43
3 Whispering Hope Traditional Willie Nelson 5:35
4 There Is a Fountain Traditional Willie Nelson 3:13
5 Will the Circle Be Unbroken A.P. Carter Willie Nelson 4:35
6 The Troublemaker Bruce Belland / Dave Somerville Willie Nelson 1:52
7 In the Garden C. Austin Miles Willie Nelson 4:08
8 Where the Soul Never Dies Traditional Willie Nelson 4:14
9 Sweet Bye and Bye Traditional Willie Nelson 2:39
10 Shall We Gather Traditional Willie Nelson 3:07
11 Precious Memories Traditional Willie Nelson 7:36

Credits

Bruce Belland - Composer
A.P. Carter - Composer
Paul English - Drums
Larry Gatlin - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
Jeff Gutcheon - Organ
Lew Hanh - Remixing
Arif Mardin - Producer
C. Austin Miles - Composer
Dee Moeller - Vocals (Background)
Bobby Nelson - Piano
Willie Nelson - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Gene Paul - Engineer
Mickey Raphael - Mixing
Doug Sahm - Fiddle, Vocals (Background)
Sammi Smith - Vocals (Background)
Dave Somerville - Composer
Dan Spears - Bass
Ben Tallent - Mixing
Traditional - Composer