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Willie Nelson & Ray Price

Run That By Me One More Time

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August 1, 2003

Back in the day, Willie Nelson wrote devastatingly good songs for Ray Price, one of country's greatest barroom crooners. This is their second duet album, a short and bittersweet affair with western-swing music. One highlight is the cosmic country waltz "I've Just Destroyed the World I'm Living In," in which the singers take turns staring down some personal apocalypse, armed with a steel guitar.

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