My Own Peculiar Way

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My Own Peculiar Way
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Studio album by Willie Nelson
Released February 1969
Recorded November 1968
Studio RCA Victor Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country
Label RCA Records
Producer Chet Atkins
Willie Nelson chronology
Good Times
(1969)Good Times1969
My Own Peculiar Way
(1969)
Both Sides Now
(1970)Both Sides Now1970

My Own Peculiar Way is the ninth studio album by country singer Willie Nelson. It was his last release in the 1960s. Bergen White was the conductor and arranger. This became Willie's first studio album in which he used his new classical acoustic guitar called Martin N-20 which he named "Trigger".

For the session record of My Own Peculiar Way see Teatro album (1998).

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Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Willie Nelson, except where indicated.

  1. "My Own Peculiar Way"
  2. "I Walk Alone" (Herbert Wilson)
  3. "Any Old Arms Won't Do" (Hank Cochran, Nelson)
  4. "I Just Don't Understand"
  5. "I Just Dropped By"
  6. "Local Memory"
  7. "That's All"
  8. "I Let My Mind Wander"
  9. "Natural to Be Gone" (John Hartford)
  10. "Love Has a Mind of Its Own" (Dallas Frazier)
  11. "Message"
  12. "It Will Come to Pass" (Don Baird)

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