11 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A warm, convivial album that ranges from peppy swing (“Don’t Tell Noah”) to sobering ballads (“Something You Get Through”), Last Man Standing—like 2017’s God’s Problem Child—finds Willie Nelson, a few ticks into his eighties, tackling mortality with grace and wit. He reckons with the fact that he’ll one day go, while laughing—in great, gleeful appreciation—that he hasn’t seen that day yet. “‘Halitosis’ is a word I never could spell,” he cracks on “Bad Breath.” “But bad breath is better than no breath at all.” May we all age so well.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

A warm, convivial album that ranges from peppy swing (“Don’t Tell Noah”) to sobering ballads (“Something You Get Through”), Last Man Standing—like 2017’s God’s Problem Child—finds Willie Nelson, a few ticks into his eighties, tackling mortality with grace and wit. He reckons with the fact that he’ll one day go, while laughing—in great, gleeful appreciation—that he hasn’t seen that day yet. “‘Halitosis’ is a word I never could spell,” he cracks on “Bad Breath.” “But bad breath is better than no breath at all.” May we all age so well.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
62 Ratings

62 Ratings

OlympicDreamer14 ,

Oh my gosh!

Just saw this on iTunes and oh my am I excited to hear the rest of this album! Yay!! Good to hear classic country singers coming back! :)

well.ok.then ,

Can’t wait

After a billion albums..the King is still putting out solid country music..saw him this March..blew us all away with his voice & his picking..so far all the songs on this one are some of my Favs of all his stuff..real deal..country to the bone..

JPierre212 ,

True to self

His music is timeless and makes music for different gendre and audiences will treasure this album for years to come. That is a real music.

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