Posted by: Sara Read Willie Nelson returns with a new album, Remember Me Vol. 1. The album stays true to Nelson's classic style and WIllie proves he's still got it.
Remember Me – The title track reminds the listener of classic Willie. Remember Me is a sentimental song evoking emotions of nostalgia and love. It’s an easy listener and I think it’s the perfect song to name the album after.
Today I Started Loving You Again – Today I Started Loving You Again is a fantastic example of classic country. With the simple acoustic guitar and the beautiful melody of the steel guitar we’re taken back to the old days. The song is self explanatory and Willie sounds great in his classic singing style.
That Just About Does It – That Just About Does It is a song about a relationship not working and how it’s over and that just about does it. The song is simple in its message but it’s easy to get lost in its soothing sound.
Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down – Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down has an On The Road Again vibe to it, and I like it. I liked the imagery the song evokes. The song is complimented by nice accordion and fiddle and it’s sure to be one that fans love.
Ramblin’ Fever – Ramblin’ Fever really showcases Willie’s guitar skills. The song is upbeat and features a lot of elements. It’s lighthearted and fun which makes it the best way to end the album.