It's not everyday that we cover Willie Nelson -- in fact, there's never a day where we've covered Willie Nelson. But when the respected country musician took on a cover from the Pearl Jam catalog, it was only a matter of time before it came to our desk. On his new album 'Heroes,' Willie does a rendition of 'Just Breathe' -- the heartfelt ballad originally from Pearl Jam's album 'Backspacer. Vedder called to express his excitement about Nelson taking on one of his songs, comparing the experience to "smoking a great joint without all the coughing or the smoke. After talking about being on the mend from a recent injury and his love of Tom Waits lyrics, Vedder brought up the recent loss of "Duck" Dunn, which Nelson had yet to be informed of. Eddie then recalled getting to know Dunn while touring with Neil Young in the earlier days of their career -- Booker T. Vedder stayed on the line to hear a live cover of his own song video below , Nelson would also later perform the track on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. In addition to the PJ cover, the disc features appearances by Snoop Dogg, Sheryl Crow and others -- check out the album review at our partner site Taste of Country.
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Only Willie Nelson could cover a Pearl Jam tune and make it sound darn close to better than the original. That's what the iconic singer did with his version of 'Just Breathe,' which is included on his new 'Heroes' album. As an added bonus, the track features the guest vocals of the singer's son, Lukas Nelson.
The song was triggered by a chord from "Tuolumne", an instrumental from Eddie Vedder 's soundtrack for the film Into the Wild. Willie Nelson released his version of the song on the album Heroes , as well as a promotional single. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved December 9, Retrieved January 18, Nielsen Business Media, Inc. Retrieved May 2,
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