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  • Aug 21, 1981
    Columbia releases the double-disc Willie Nelson album "Greatest Hits (And Some That Will Be)"
    Aug 22, 1981
    Willie Nelson, suffering from a collapsed lung, cancels an appearance at the Kentucky State Fair in Louisville. Waylon Jennings performs in his stead
    Sep 21, 1981
    Waylon Jennings records "Just To Satisfy You" and "Women Do Know How To Carry On" at Nashville's Moman Studios. Willie Nelson later adds his voice to the former
    Sep 27, 1981
    Willie Nelson cancels a pair of shows at the National Cattle Congress in Waterloo, Iowa, citing illness. Waylon Jennings fills in
    Oct 8, 1981
    Dolly Parton & Willie Nelson record "Everything's Beautiful (In Its Own Way)" at the Sound Emporium in Nashville
    Oct 11, 1981
    Willie Nelson records "Always On My Mind" and "Last Thing I Needed First Thing This Morning" at his Pedernales Studio outside of Austin, Texas
    Nov 3, 1981
    Willie Nelson collects a gold album from the RIAA for his "Greatest Hits (And Some That Will Be)"
    Nov 11, 1981
    Three months after suffering a collapsed lung, Willie Nelson hits the road again with a concert in Texas
    Nov 16, 1981
    Willie Nelson adds his vocal part to "Just To Satisfy You" during a Waylon Jennings overdub session at Nashville's Moman Studios
    Nov 24, 1981
    Ray Price records "Old Friends" with his former employees Roger Miller and Willie Nelson in Spicewood, Texas

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