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Both Sides Now


Download links and information about Both Sides Now by Willie Nelson. This album was released in 1970 and it belongs to Country genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 31:16 minutes.

Artist: Willie Nelson
Release date: 1970
Genre: Country
Tracks: 11
Duration: 31:16
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No. Title Length
1. Crazy Arms 2:29
2. Wabash Cannonball 2:42
3. Pins and Needles (In My Heart) (featuring The Family) 3:18
4. Who Do I Know In Dallas 2:27
5. I Gotta Get Drunk 2:14
6. Once More With Feeling 2:37
7. Both Sides Now 3:01
8. Bloody Mary Morning 3:17
9. Everybody's Talkin' 3:22
10. One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart) 2:39
11. It Could Be Said That Way 3:10



By the time Both Sides Now was released in 1970, the country music industry was slowly beginning to capitulate to the artistic values of Willie Nelson. Rather than force studio musicians on him, producer Felton Jarvis (Elvis Presley’s longtime colleague) allowed Nelson to pick his own players, as well as his own material. The result was a more organic affair that embraced young songwriters from the world of rock. He got the title song from Joni Mitchell while “Everybody’s Talkin’” is a beautifully understated version of the Fred Neil piece popularized by Harry Nilsson for the movie Midnight Cowboy. Propelled by gentle but assured strumming from Nelson’s nylon-string guitar, “Once More With Feeling” and “It Could Be Said That Way” confirm his renewed interest in folk-oriented songwriting, but this being Willie, there is ample affirmation of his honky-tonk roots. Nelson’s original “Bloody Mary Morning” splits the difference between the country world and the folk world, and takes off on one of the singer’s best opening lines: “Well, it's a Bloody Mary morning / Baby left me without warning / Sometime in the night…”