8 thoughts on “ Time Of The Preacher - Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger (Cassette, Album)

  1. Jul 21,  · Time Of The Preacher Theme Written-By – W. Nelson* A4: Medley: Blue Rock Montana/Red Headed Stranger Written-By – C. Stutz*, E. Lindeman*, W. Nelson* A5: Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain Written-By – F. Rose* A6: Red Headed Stranger Written-By – C. Stutz*, E. Lindeman* A7: Time Of The Preacher Theme Written-By – W /5().
  2. Jul 10,  · Time Of The Preacher Theme Written By – Willie Nelson: A4: Medley: Blue Rock Montana/Red Headed Stranger Written By – Willie Nelson: A5: Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain Written By – F. Rose: A6: Red Headed Stranger Written By – C. Stutz, E. Lindeman: A7: Time Of The Preacher Theme Written By – Willie Nelson: 5/5.
  3. Like the imposing chimes of a grandfather clock, the six opening chords of Willie Nelson 's landmark Red Headed Stranger signaled a new hour for music. A dark, rambling, bare-bones tale about a.
  4. Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger perhaps is the strangest blockbuster country produced, a concept album about a preacher on the run after murdering his departed wife and her new lover, told entirely with brief song-poems and utterly minimal backing. It's defiantly anticommercial and it demands intense concentration -- all reasons why nobody thought it would be a hit, a story related in Chet.
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  6. Willie Nelson had already achieved some success in country music when he made this concept album. It tells the story of a preacher-turned-fugitive, on the run after killing his wife and her lover.
  7. AWARDS & RECOGNITION Red Headed Stranger was a blockbuster among both country music and mainstream audiences, going multi-platinum and making Nelson one of the biggest stars in country. The album’s title would become a lasting nickname for Nelson. The album was ranked # on Rolling Stone’s list of the Greatest Albums of All Time.
  8. Red Headed Stranger Willie Nelson Country · Preview Editors' Notes Bucking the rhinestone-studded trends of mid-‘70s Nashville, Nelson’s sparsely arranged conceptual masterpiece—the tale of preacher on the run for murdering his adulterous wife and her lover—was a multi-platinum blockbuster that cemented his status as an outlaw.

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