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For the album, see Kristofferson (album). For the Tim McGraw song, see Kristofferson (song). For other uses, see Christoffersen. Lee Lewis ("Me and Bobby McGee"); Patti Page ("I'd Rather Be Sorry"); and Peggy Little ("I've Got to Have You"). Kristofferson released his second album, The Silver Tongued Devil and I in 1971; including "Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" . In early 2013, Kristofferson released a new album of original songs called Feeling Mortal. A live album titled An Evening With Kris Kristofferson was released in September 2014.
To the Bone is the tenth solo album by Kris Kristofferson, released in 1981, his last for Monument Records. It is his first album after his divorce from Rita Coolidge, and many of its songs deal with relationship decline. Nobody Loves Anybody Anymore" became a minor hit. In many respects, the release of To the Bone symbolized the end of an era for Kristofferson.
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Kristofferson (album). Many of the songs on the album were already hits when covered by other artists. In spite of this, the album was initially a commercial disappointment, although it reached number 10 on the country album charts. It was re-released under the title Me and Bobby McGee in 1971 immediately following the success of Janis Joplin's cover of that song and the success of Kris Kristofferson's second album, The Silver Tongued Devil and I. It became a hit upon re-release. In 2001, the album was re-released on CD with four bonus tracks.
Kris Kristofferson had a belated start of a great recording career when he was in his mid thirties, releasing Kristofferson in 1970. The Nashville star distinguished himself from other Country acts, taking on a political stance lyrically that exceeded Nashville standards. Songs on Kristofferson were picked up by fellow artists Johnny Cash ("Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down") and Janis Joplin ("Me And Bobby McGee") recognizing his stature as a songwriter instantly
The Complete Monument & Columbia Album Collection’ is the definitive chronicle of his music, featuring 11 classic albums from 1970 to 1981 plus rare and unreleased live concerts, studio outtakes, non-LP singles and demos: smarturl. it/kristofferson amzn?IQid fb3. 66. The Highwaymen performing "Desperados Waiting for a Train in 1990 at Nassau Coliseum. it/hmlive cd amzn?IQid fb0415.
Kristofferson signed to Monument Records as a recording artist. In addition to running that label, Fred Foster also served as manager of Combine Music, Kristofferson's songwriting label. His debut album for Monument in 1970 was Kristofferson, which included a few new songs as well as many of his previous hits. Sales were poor, although this debut album would become a success the following year when it was re-released under the title Me & Bobby McGee. Jerry Lee Lewis ("Me and Bobby McGee"), Patti Page ("I'd Rather Be Sorry") and Peggy Little ("I've Got to Have You"). Kristofferson released his second album, The Silver Tongued Devil and I in 1971; the album was a success and established Kristofferson's career as a recording artist in his own right. Soon after, Kristofferson made his acting debut in The Last Movie (directed by Dennis Hopper) and appeared at the Isle of Wight Festival.
Listen to music from Kris Kristofferson like Me And Bobby McGee, Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Kris Kristofferson. Kristofferson is the sole writer of most of his songs, and he has collaborated with various other figures of the Nashville scene such as Shel Silverstein.