Run That By Me One More Time Some folks will spend the summer blasting Ashanti or Justin Timberlake out of the boom box. But for those of us who prefer a bourbon-sipping… Run That By Me One More Time Some folks will spend the summer blasting Ashanti or Justin Timberlake out of the boom box. But for those of us who prefer a bourbon-sipping… 2003-07-01 Willie Nelson Ray Price
Music Review

Run That By Me One More Time (2003)

Ray Price, Willie Nelson | AUSTIN ACTS Price and Welson give it ''One More'' try
Image credit: Ray Price and Willie Nelson: David Atlas / Retna Ltd
AUSTIN ACTS Price and Welson give it ''One More'' try
EW's GRADE
B+

Details Release Date: Jul 01, 2003; Lead Performances: Willie Nelson and Ray Price

Some folks will spend the summer blasting Ashanti or Justin Timberlake out of the boom box. But for those of us who prefer a bourbon-sipping backyard barbecue to a beer-drenched weekend at the beach, Willie Nelson and Ray Price's modest, 31-minute curiosity, Run That By Me One More Time, will likely live near the top of the warm-weather CD stack. A pair of old-time Austin class acts, Nelson and Price go way back -- Ray's 1963 recording of ''Nightlife'' gave Willie one of his first songwriting hits -- and you can hear that comfortable familiarity when they wrap their well-worn voices around these 11 new recordings of sunbaked old duets like ''I'm Still Not Over You'' and ''I've Just Destroyed the World I'm Living In.'' Garnished with sweetly sawing fiddles and Nelson's gentlemanly acoustic guitar, the out-of-time ''Time'' has the gentle sway of a weathered porch swing.

Originally posted Jun 27, 2003 Published in issue #716-717 Jun 27, 2003 Order article reprints
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