|Studio album by Willie Nelson|
|Released||29 April 2004|
|Willie Nelson chronology|
Nacogdoches is a 2004 album by country singer Willie Nelson. The album is a collection of jazz and pop standards. It is named after the city of Nacogdoches, Texas, where the album was recorded. Two of the songs on the album, Nelson had recorded previously: "Columbus Stockade Blues" on the 1970 album Columbus Stockade Blues, and "Stardust" on the 1978 Stardust.
- "Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone"
- "A Dreamer's Holiday"
- "Corine, Corine""
- "Walkin' My Baby Back Home"
- "To Each His Own"
- "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter" (Ahlert, Young)
- "Golden Earrings"
- "Columbus Stockade Blues"
- "I Can't Begin to Tell You"
- "I'll String Along with You"
- "I'm Beginning to See the Light"
- "How High the Moon"
- Willie Nelson - Vocals, Guitar
Paul Buskirk - Mandolin
Paul Schmitt - Piano
Gary Welson - Harmonica, Flugel Horn
Mike Lefebure - Drums
Mike Nase - Bass
Produced by Willie Nelson and Paul Buskirk
Engineer - Jim Taylor
Assistant Engineer - Dana Woods, Mike Ward, Spence Peppard
Protools Engineer - Wayne Chance
Mastered by Jerry Tubb
Recorded at Encore Studio, Nacogdoches, Texas
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