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Review: Willie Nelson's latest is relaxed, joyous

In this Feb. 6, 2019 file photo, Willie Nelson performs at the Producers & Engineers Wing 12th Annual GRAMMY Week Celebration at the Village Studio in Los Angeles. Nelson s latest studio offering, Ride Me Back Home, is a relaxed, joyous collection that finds Nelson reflecting, explicitly, on age and its toll - complaining, in fact, about the way time has left his face so lined - but free of any self-pity. It's more of a celebration than some of his recent albums, and more of a showcase for his deceptively simple guitar work, which still carries an emotional wallop with its easy tone and subtlety. (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

In this Feb. 6, 2019 file photo, Willie Nelson performs at the Producers & Engineers Wing 12th Annual GRAMMY Week Celebration at the Village Studio in Los Angeles. Nelson s latest studio offering, Ride Me Back Home, is a relaxed, joyous collection that finds Nelson reflecting, explicitly, on age and its toll - complaining, in fact, about the way time has left his face so lined - but free of any self-pity. It's more of a celebration than some of his recent albums, and more of a showcase for his deceptively simple guitar work, which still carries an emotional wallop with its easy tone and subtlety. (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)

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