In his 80th year, Willie Nelson continues to record music at an impressive speed. Of course, he divides the cargo more often, picks up songs with other stars and friends. To all the girls … has an all-women lineup to duet with ol & # 39; Willie, and he sounds very relaxed in such a comfortable setting. Some are living legends similar to his profile (Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Mavis Staples), while others came after him and made their place in music history (Rosanne Cash, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Wynonna Judd) and a few recent names get a break (secret sisters, Miranda Lambert, Brandi Carlile). The music is the non-nonsense traditional country, and the songs range from classic Willie to well-chosen, well-known covers and a few originals to fill in things. The Secret Sisters harmonies highlight "It won't be very far." Rosanne Cash opens her true heart to the Nelson classic "Don't tell me how the story ends," and Mavis Staples has quite the time with Bill Withers & # 39; "Grandma's Hands." It is not a false note to be heard here.