Picks and Pans Review: San Antonio Rose
Two of country music's most durable good old boys are not nearly as old (Nelson is 47, Price 54) as they are good. This, their first LP as a duo, includes a cross section of standards: Bob Wills' San Antonio Rose and Faded Love, Nelson's Night Life and Funny How Time Slips A way, Price's old hit Crazy Arms, and the Humperdinck standby Release Me. The combination, however, is not a match made in heaven, hillbilly or otherwise. Since Willie's and Ray's talents are more parallel than complementary, the result is a musical equivalent of a novel co-written by John Updike and Norman Mailer; the solos are fine, the collaboration muddy.
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