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Willie Nelson Discography 1971 2011 (28 Albums) 2021

The following is a detailed discography of all albums released by country music singer Willie Nelson, since his professional debut in 1962. Nelson's discography includes 98 studio albums (consisting of 72 solo studio albums and 26 collaborative studio albums), 14 live albums, 51 compilation albums and 41 video albums as well as the soundtracks of The Electric Horseman and Honeysuckle Rose.

Willie Nelson Discography 1971 2011 (28 Albums)

By 1970, most of Nelson's songwriting royalties were invested in tours that did not produce significant profits. In addition to the problems in his career, Nelson divorced Shirley Collie in 1970. In December, his ranch in Ridgetop, Tennessee, burned down. He interpreted the incident as a signal for a change. He moved to a ranch near Bandera, Texas, and married Connie Koepke. In early 1971 his single "I'm a Memory" reached the top 30.[42] After he recorded his final RCA single, "Mountain Dew" (backed with "Phases, Stages, Circles, Cycles and Scenes"), in late April 1972, RCA requested that Nelson renew his contract ahead of schedule, with the implication that RCA would not release his latest recordings if he did not.[43] Due to the failure of his albums, and particularly frustrated by the reception of Yesterday's Wine, although his contract was not over, Nelson decided to retire from music.[44]

Southern California has always been recognized for producing an incredible array of musical talent, and Pac Div has always been one of the better representations of that. The Div, their 2011 masterpiece and fan favorite, transports you to Southern California and its unique vibe for the entirety of the project. With feature from Casey Veggies, Asher Roth, Skeme and more, The Div truly has made itself a staple in the west coast rap discography. PostedUselessMove OneSheChaos (The Recipe)Life Is GoodHigh FiveTop DownNumber 1BrownPosted (Remix)Useless (Remix) Number 1 (Remix)

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The albums discography of Connie Smith, an American country artist, consists of 39 studio albums, one live album, 14 compilation albums, three box sets, and 26 other appearances. After the success of her 1964 single "Once a Day", Smith's self-titled debut album was released in March 1965 on RCA Victor Records. The album reached number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums, spending thirty weeks on the chart, while also becoming her only album to reach the Billboard 200 list (#105).[1] Smith's next two secular albums, Cute 'n' Country and Miss Smith Goes to Nashville went to number one and number two respectively between 1965 and 1966. In September 1966 Smith released her fifth studio album, Born to Sing, which was her third album to reach the top spot on the Billboard country albums chart.[2] Due to Smith's popularity, RCA Victor issued five albums between 1967 and 1968 including Downtown Country (1967), Connie Smith Sings Bill Anderson (1967), and I Love Charley Brown (1968). In 1969, Smith collaborated with country artist Nat Stuckey on the album Young Love.[3]

In the early 70s, Smith released a series of albums including I Never Once Stopped Loving You (1970), Just One Time (1971), Ain't We Havin' Us a Good Time (1972), and If It Ain't Love and Other Great Dallas Frazier Songs.[3] In addition, Smith released her third Gospel album in 1971 entitled Come Along and Walk with Me. After signing with Columbia Records in 1973, Smith released A Lady Named Smith, which peaked at #31 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.[4] In 1974 she released the albums That's the Way Love Goes and I Never Knew (What That Song Meant Before), the latter of which went to #22 on the Billboard country albums chart.[5] Before departing Columbia in 1977, Smith released three more studio releases including 1975's Connie Smith Sings Hank Williams Gospel and 1976's I Don't Wanna Talk It Over Anymore.[3] In 1977 Smith moved to Monument Records where she recorded two albums. Taking a twenty-year break to raise her five children, Smith returned in 1998 with a self-titled album on Warner Bros. Records.[6] In 2003 she collaborated with Barbara Fairchild and Sharon White on the Gospel album Love Never Fails.[7] In August 2011, Smith released her thirty-sixth solo studio album on the Sugar Hill label entitled Long Line of Heartaches.[8]

On an Opry Country Classics show in April 2011, Grand Ole Opry member Larry Gatlin introduced Jeannie Seely to the audience by saying, "When I first moved to this town - Dottie West brought me here in 1971 - the first person I met here was this beautiful, wonderful, incredibly talented woman. We've been dear friends forever. You can't sing a country song better, you can't write one better, than Miss Jeannie Seely."


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