Willie Nelson Releases Duets With Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood, More

(Radio.com) It's been many albums since Willie Nelson first heard his voice, and in 2013 alone he has already released two and is working on a third. Most recently he released To All the Girls…, which was released yesterday (Oct. 15). An album of 18 duets, Nelson, in an interview with Radio.com, said it was a challenge to figure out which gal should be featured on each track.

"It had a lot to do with who was available, who was in town. Buddy Cannon is probably the best guy to do these things because he's a great producer. He got us all together," Nelson said.

To All the Girls… includes 18 collaborations with everyone from Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn to Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert. A particular favorite of Nelson's is "Will You Remember Mine," a track recorded with his "young friend from Maui," Lily Meola. "Dolly's song is a great song, 'From Here to the Moon and Back.' It's one of my favorites."

With two releases this year, Nelson shows no sign of slowing down, as he's already hard at work on another album. "I've never had any problem making the music, the problem is giving the record companies enough time to sell it," he confessed. "That's been going on ever since I can remember, because it's easy for me to go into the studio to record a song, and I realize it takes a longer time than that to market it." more on this story

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