Other artists sharing the spotlight with Nelson's iconic voice are Loretta Lynn (Somewhere Between), Secret Sisters (It Won't Be Very Long), Norah Jones (Walkin'), Brandi Carlile (Making Believe) and Alison Krauss (No Mas Amor).
Highlights include the opening track, an emotional performance of From Here To The Moon And Back performed with Dolly Parton and a song that she wrote for the 2012 film Joyful Noise, a cover of the 1948 popular song Far Away Places on which Nelson duets with Sheryl Crow, She Was No Good For Me with Miranda Lambert, Will You Remember Mine featuring Lily Meola and a cover of Kris Kristofferson's Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends performed with Rosanne Cash. He even covers Bruce Springsteen's Dry Lightning, with Emmylou Harris, a track that first appeared on Springsteen's The Ghost Of Tom Joad album. Making it a family affair Nelson's daughter Paula joins him for a cover of the old Creedence Clearwater Revival track Have You Ever Seen The Rain.
Fans of Willie Nelson have much to look forward to as Legacy are planning several archival releases, overseen by Nelson, which will include previously unreleased tracks on new compilations as well as bonus material on new editions of existing titles. In the meantime pick up To All The Girls… you won't be disappointed.