Kenny Chesney co-produces new Willie Nelson disc out in January
Wednesday, December 12, 2007
– There doesn't seem to be much of a connection between Willie Nelson and Kenny Chesney, but the younger country superstar teamed up with his producer to turn the knobs on Nelson's new disc, which drops in late January.
"Moment of Forever" will be out Jan. 29, 2008 on Lost Highway. Picking Chesney to help produce the album was considered a surprise.
The release includes songs by Bob Dylan, Randy Newman, Big Kenny of Big & Rich fame and Nelson.
The song listing is:
1. Over You Again - (Willie Nelson, Micah Nelson, Lukas Nelson)
2. Moment Of Forever - (Kris Kristofferson, Danny Timms)
3. The Bob Song - (Big Kenny)
4. Louisiana - (Randy Newman)
5. Gravedigger - (David J. Matthews)
6. Keep Me From Blowing Away - (Paul Craft)
7. Takin' On Water - (Dave Loggins, John Scott Sherrill, Dennis Robbins)
8. Always Now - (Willie Nelson)
9. I'm Alive - (Kenny Chesney, Dean Dillon, Mark Tamburino)
10. When I Was Young And Grandma Wasn't Old - (Buddy Cannon)
11. Worry B Gone (Duet w/Kenny Chesney) - (Guy Clark, Gary Nicholson, Lee Roy Parnell)
12. You Don't Think I'm Funny Anymore - (Willie Nelson)
13. Gotta Serve Somebody - (Bob Dylan)
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