Country Winners

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Country Winners
Compilation album by Willie Nelson
Released 1973
Genre Country
Length 40:55
Label RCA
Willie Nelson chronology
Columbus Stockade Blues
(1969)
Country Winners
(1973)
The Best of
(1973)
Professional ratings
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Source Rating
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Country Winners is a 1973 compilation album by country singer Willie Nelson.

Released after Nelson signed with Atlantic, this was the closest thing to a retrospective RCA issued at the time.

Seven of the album's nine tracks were originally issued on Nelson's RCA debut, Country Willie - His Own Songs, "Hello Walls" and "Funny How Time Slips Away" are from And Then I Wrote.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Willie Nelson, except where indicated

  1. "The Party's Over"
  2. "One Day at a Time"
  3. "Night Life" (Nelson, Walt Breeland, Paul Buskirk)
  4. "Hello Walls"
  5. "Mr. Record Man"
  6. "My Own Peculiar Way"
  7. "Funny How Time Slips Away"
  8. "I Walk Alone"
  9. "The Streets of Laredo" (Traditional)

Personnel[edit]