14 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Willie Nelson has always been an underrated guitarist, and on Teatro he really shines, making the instrument lilt, jolt, and croon just like his distinctive voice. This time, however, percussion steals the show. Latin and rock rhythms add new kick to some of his old tunes—'60s classics like "Three Days" and "My Own Peculiar Way." Here's your ticket to a late-night desert party where the stars, as Willie puts it, "are raindrops searching for a place to fall.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Willie Nelson has always been an underrated guitarist, and on Teatro he really shines, making the instrument lilt, jolt, and croon just like his distinctive voice. This time, however, percussion steals the show. Latin and rock rhythms add new kick to some of his old tunes—'60s classics like "Three Days" and "My Own Peculiar Way." Here's your ticket to a late-night desert party where the stars, as Willie puts it, "are raindrops searching for a place to fall.”

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