Willie Nelson God's Problem Child LP
Vinyl LP Features Vocals by Leon Russell, Tony Joe White & Jamey Johnson!
An album of all-new recordings, God's Problem Child adds 13 new songs to
Nelson's repertoire, including seven recently written by Willie and Buddy
Cannon, his longtime collaborator and producer. The album is Willie's first to
debut all-new songs since Band of Brothers which reached #1 on the Billboard
Country chart and #5 on the Billboard 200 in 2014.
The album's title track, penned by Jamey Johnson and Tony Joe White, includes
vocals by both writers and the legendary Leon Russell. An old friend and musical
cohort, Leon was the first person to put his signature on "Trigger", Willie's
An album that reflects on mortality while marveling at the beauty and absurdity
of it all, God's Problem Child finds Willie Nelson at one of the creative peaks
of his career, writing and singing with the seasoned wit and wisdom that can
only come from the kind of life he's living. One of Willie's new songs, "Still
Not Dead", pokes fun at the many exaggerated reports of his demise he's heard
over the years.
God's Problem Child opens with Willie's performance of "Little House On the
Hill", a song written by Lyndel Rhodes, Buddy Cannon's 92-year old mother. A
video of Lyndel hearing Willie singing her song for the first time became an
internet viral sensation.
In keeping with the album's subtext of memory and mortality, God's Problem Child
closes with "He Won't Ever Be Gone", a song written by Gary Nicholson that pays
tribute to Willie's outlaw country comrade, Merle Haggard. Haggard's last album
was 2015's Django and Jimmie, a musical collaboration with Willie Nelson.
• Vinyl LP
• 13 stellar new recordings from one of America's most beloved treasures
1. Little House On The Hill
2. Old Timer
3. True Love
4. Delete And Fast Forward
5. A Woman's Love
6. Your Memory Has A Mind Of Its Own
1. Still Not Dead
2. God's Problem Child (with Tony Joe White, Leon Russell & Jamey Johnson)
3. It Gets Easier
4. Lady Luck
5. I Made A Mistake
6. He Won't Ever Be Gone