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Waylon Jennings

If any one performer personified the outlaw country movement of the '70s, it was Waylon Jennings. Though he had been a professional musician since the late '50s, it wasn't until the '70s that Waylon, with his imposing baritone and stripped-down, updated honky tonk, became a superstar. Jennings rejected the conventions of Nashville, refusing to record with the industry's legions of studio musicians and insisting that his music never resemble the string-laden, pop-inflected sounds that were coming out of Nashville in the '60s and '70s. Many artists, including Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, followed Waylon's anti-Nashville stance and eventually the whole "outlaw" movement -- so-named because of the artists' ragged, maverick image and their independence from Nashville -- became one of the most significant country forces of the '70s, helping the genre adhere to its hardcore honky tonk roots. Jennings didn't write many songs, but his music -- which combined the grittiest aspects of honky tonk with a rock & roll rhythm and attitude, making the music spare, direct, and edgy -- defined hardcore country, and it influenced countless musicians, including members of the new traditionalist and alternative country subgenres of the '80s.

Jennings was born and raised in Littlefield, TX, where he learned how to play guitar by the time he was eight. When he was 12 years old, he was a DJ for a local radio station and, shortly afterward, formed his first band. Two years later he left school and spent the next few years picking cotton, eventually moving to Lubbock, TX, in 1954. Once he was in Lubbock, he got a job at the radio station KLLL, where he befriended Buddy Holly during one of the station's shows. Holly became Waylon's mentor, teaching him guitar licks, collaborating on songs, and producing Jennings' first single, "Jole Blon," which was released on Brunswick in 1958. Later that year, Waylon became the temporary bass player for Holly's band the Crickets, playing with the rock & roller on his final tour. Jennings was also scheduled to fly on the plane ride that ended in Holly's tragic death in early 1959, but he gave up his seat at the last minute to the Big Bopper, who was suffering from a cold.

Following Holly's death, Jennings returned to Lubbock, where he spent two years mourning the loss of his friend and working as a DJ. In late 1960, he moved to Phoenix, AZ, where he founded a rockabilly band called the Waylors. Jennings and the Waylors began to earn a local following through their performances at the local club JD's, eventually signing to the independent label Trend in 1961. None of the group's singles made any impact, and Jennings began working for Audio Recorders as a record producer. In 1963, Waylon moved to Los Angeles, where he landed a contract with Herb Alpert's A&M Records. By this point, Waylon's music was pure country, and Alpert wanted to move him toward the pop market; Jennings didn't cave in to the demands and his sole single, "Sing the Girl a Song, Bill," and album for A&M flopped.

Following the A&M debacle, Jennings landed a contract with RCA with help from Chet Atkins and Bobby Bare, and he moved to Nashville in 1965. After arriving in Nashville, he moved in with Johnny Cash, and the two musicians began a long-lasting friendship (which eventually resulted in a collaboration in the form of the Highwaymen in the '80s). Waylon released his first single for RCA, "That's the Chance I'll Have to Take," late in the summer of 1965, and it became a minor hit. With his second single, "Stop the World (And Let Me Off)," he had his first Top 40 country hit, and it began a string of moderate hits that eventually developed into several Top Ten singles -- "Walk on Out of My Mind," "I Got You," "Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line," "Yours Love" -- in 1968. At this point, he was working with Nashville session men and developing a sound that was halfway between honky tonk and folk. As the next decade began, he started to move his music toward hardcore country.

In 1970, Jennings recorded several songs by a struggling but promising songwriter called Kris Kristofferson, which led to a pair of ambitious albums -- Singer of Sad Songs and Ladies Love Outlaws -- the following year. On these two records, he developed the roots of outlaw country, creating a harder, tougher muscular sound with a selection of songs by writers like Alex Harvey and Hoyt Axton. During the following year, Waylon began collaborating with Willie Nelson, recording and writing several songs with the songwriter.

By 1972, he had renegotiated his contract with RCA, demanding that he assume the production and artistic control of his records. Honky Tonk Heroes, released in 1973, was the first album released under this new contract. Comprised almost entirely of songs by the then-unknown songwriter Billy Joe Shaver and recorded with Jennings' road band, the album was an edgy, bass-driven, and surly variation on stripped-down honky tonk. Jennings and his new sound slowly began to gain more fans, and in 1974 he had his first number one, "This Time," followed by yet another number one single, "I'm a Ramblin' Man," and the number two "Rainy Day Woman." Waylon's success continued throughout 1975, as Dreaming My Dreams -- featuring one of his signature songs, the number one "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way" -- reached number 49 on the pop charts; he was also voted the Country Music Association's Male Vocalist of the Year.

Jennings truly crossed over into the mainstream in 1976, when Wanted! The Outlaws -- a various-artists compilation of previously released material that concentrated on Waylon but also featured songs from his wife Jessi Colter, Willie Nelson, and Tompall Glaser -- peaked at number one on the pop charts. Following the success of Wanted!, Waylon became a superstar, as well known to the mainstream pop audience as he was to the country audience. For the next six years, Jennings' albums consistently charted in the pop Top 50 and went gold. During this time, he recorded a number of duets with Nelson, including the multi-platinum Waylon & Willie (1978), which featured the number one single "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys." Over the course of the late '70s and early '80s, Jennings scored ten number one hits, including "Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love)" (which hit number 25 on the pop charts and spent six weeks at the top of the country charts), "The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You)," "I've Always Been Crazy," "Amanda," "Theme from 'The Dukes of Hazzard' (Good Ol' Boys)," and three duets with Nelson.

By the mid-'80s, the momentum of Waylon's career began to slow somewhat, due to his drug abuse and the decline of the entire outlaw country movement. Jennings kicked his substance habits cold turkey in the mid-'80s and formed the supergroup the Highwaymen with Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Johnny Cash in 1985; over the next decade, the band released three albums, yet none of them were more successful than their debut, which spawned the number one single, "Highwayman." Also in 1985, Jennings parted ways with RCA, signing with MCA Records the following year. At first, he had several hit singles for the label, including the number one "Rose in Paradise," but by the end of the '80s, he was no longer able to crack the Top 40. In 1990, Waylon switched labels again, signing with Epic. "Wrong," his first single for the label, reached the Top Ten in 1990, and "The Eagle" reached the Top 40 the following year, but after that minor hit, none of his singles were charting.

Despite his decreased sales -- which were largely due to the shifting tastes in country music -- Waylon remained a superstar throughout the '90s and was able to draw large crowds whenever he performed a concert, while many of his records continued to receive positive reviews. In 1996, he signed to Justice Records, where he released the acclaimed Right for the Time. Closing In on the Fire followed in 1998. His work was slowed by his health in the years following that album, as complications from diabetes made it difficult for him to walk. His foot was amputated in December 2001 because of his illness, and he died on February 13, 2002, at his home in Arizona. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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Selected Discography


Track List: Goin' Down Rockin: The Last Recordings

1. Goin' Down Rockin'

2. Belle Of The Ball

3. If My Harley Was Runnin'

4. I Do Believe

5. Friends In California

6. The Ways Of The World

7. Shakin' The Blues

8. Never Say Die

9. Wastin' Time

10. Sad Songs And Waltzes

11. She Was No Good For Me

12. Wrong Road To Nashville


Track List: #1 Nashville Outlaw

1. When Sin Stops

2. Jole Blon

3. Crying

4. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright

5. White Lightnin'

6. Sally Was A Good Old Girl

7. It's So Easy

9. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

10. Burning Memories

11. Big Mamou

12. Abilene

13. Money (That's What I Want)

14. Lorena


Track List: Nashville Rebel

Disc 1

1. Jole Blon

3. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take

5. Anita You're Dreaming

6. Time To Bum Again

7. (That's What You Get) For Lovin' Me

8. Green River

9. Nashville Rebel

10. Mental Revenge

11. Love Of The Common People

13. Walk On Out Of My Mind

15. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line

16. Yours Love

17. Just To Satisfy You

18. Something's Wrong In California

19. Brown Eyed Handsome Man

20. Cedartown, Georgia

21. I Ain't The One

22. Singer Of Sad Songs

23. It's Sure Been Fun

24. Six White Horses

25. People In Dallas Got Hair

Disc 2

1. The Taker

2. Mississippi Woman

3. Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)

4. (Don't Let The Sun Set On You) Tulsa

5. Sweet Dream Woman

6. Ladies Love Outlaws

7. Under Your Spell Again

8. Lonesome On'ry And Mean

9. Pretend I Never Happened

10. You Can Have Her

11. Honky Tonk Heroes

12. Black Rose

13. We Had It All

14. You Ask Me To

15. This Time

16. It's Not Supposed To Be That Way

17. Slow Rollin' Low

18. I'm A Ramblin' Man

19. Rainy Day Woman

20. Amanda

21. Bob Wills Is Still The King

22. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

23. Waymore's Blues

24. The Door Is Always Open

25. Dreaming My Dreams With You

Disc 3

1. "T" For Texas

2. Freedom To Stay

3. Good Hearted Woman

4. Suspicious Minds

5. Can't You See

6. Are You Ready For The Country

7. MacArthur Park (Revisited)

8. Jack-A-Diamonds

9. Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love)

10. Brand New Goodbye Song

11. The Wurlitzerprize (I Don't Want To Get Over You)

12. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

13. There Ain't No Good Chain Gang

14. I've Always Been Crazy

15. Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out Of Hand

16. The Greatest Cowboy Of Them All

17. Come With Me

18. I Ain't Living Long Like This

19. Clyde

20. Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)

Disc 4

1. Storms Never Last

2. Shine

3. Just To Satisfy You

4. Women Do Know How To Carry On

6. Lucille (You Won't Do Your Daddy's Will)

7. Breakin' Down

10. I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up)

11. Never Could Toe The Mark

12. America

13. Waltz Me To Heaven

15. Drinkin' And Dreamin'

16. Working Without A Net

17. Will The Wolf Survive?

18. What You'll Do When I'm Gone

19. Rose In Paradise

21. Wrong

22. I Do Believe


Track List: Waylon Sings Hank Williams

1. Jambalaya (On The Bayou)

2. Hey Good Lookin'

3. Honky Tonkin'

4. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry

5. Half As Much

6. Blues Come Around

7. Why Should We Try Anymore

8. Be Careful Of Stones That You Throw

9. I Won't Be Home No More

10. Mansion On The Hill

11. Cold Cold Heart

12. They'll Never Take Her Love From Me

13. Bonus Material: Waylon Speaks


Track List: When Sin Stops

1. Crying

2. Abilene

3. It's So Easy

4. Love's Gonna Live Here

5. Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

6. Dream Baby

7. Burning Memories

8. White Lightning

9. Big Mamou

10. Money

11. Sally Was A Good Old Girl

12. Lorena

13. When Sin Stops


Track List: Waylon Jennings: 16 Biggest Hits

1. This Time

2. I'm A Ramblin' Man

3. Rainy Day Woman

4. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

6. Luckenbach, Texas ( Back To The Basics Of Love )

7. The Wurlitzer Prize ( I Don't Want To Get Over You )

8. Mammas Dont Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

9. I've Always Been Crazy

10. Amanda

11. Come With Me

12. I Ain't Living Long Like This

14. Just To Satisfy You

15. Lucille

16. Drinkin' And Dreamin'


Track List: Early Outlaw

1. Burning Memories

2. Abilene

3. Love's Gonna Live Here

4. Money (That's What I Want)

5. Don't Think Twice (It's Alright)

6. Jole Blon

7. Sally Was A Good Old Girl

8. Lorena

9. It's So Easy

10. Dream Baby

11. Crying

12. Big Mamou

13. White Lightning


Track List: Ultimate Waylon Jennings

1. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line

2. The Taker

3. This Time

4. I'm A Ramblin' Man

5. Rainy Day Woman

6. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

7. Good Hearted Woman

8. Are You Ready For The Country

9. Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love)

10. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

11. I've Always Been Crazy

12. Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out Of Hand

13. Amanda

14. Come With Me

15. I Ain't Living Long Like This

16. Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)

17. Just To Satisfy You

18. Women Do Know How To Carry On

19. I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up)

20. America

22. Rose In Paradise


Track List: The Journey: Six Strings Away

Disc 1
Disc 2

1. Don't Play The Game

5. The Thirty Third Of August

8. I May Never Pass This Way Again

13. Singer Of Sad Songs

17. It's Sure Been Fun

18. Where Love Has Died

19. Yellow Haired Woman

20. This Time Tomorrow (I'll Be Gone)

22. People In Dallas Got Hair

23. Six White Horses

25. Donna On My Mind

26. Honky Tonk Woman

27. Time Between Bottles Of Wine

28. Ragged But Right

29. If I Were A Carpenter

30. Must You Throw Dirt In My Face

Disc 3

2. No Regrets

3. Rock, Salt And Nails

4. Sick And Tired

8. To Beat The Devil

9. Mississippi Woman

10. Ned Kelly

11. Shadow Of The Gallows

12. Lonigan's Widow

14. Blame It On The Kellys

17. Gone To Denver

18. The Taker

20. What About You

21. Thanks

24. One Of My Bad Habits

25. Suspicious Minds

27. I Knew You'd Be Leavin'

28. (Don't Let The Sun Set On You) Tulsa

Disc 4

1. Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)

7. Under Your Spell Again

11. I Think It's Time She Learned

12. The Same Old Lover Man

13. Low Down Freedom

14. Unsatisfied

15. It Should Be Easier Now

16. Crazy Arms

17. Do No Good Woman

18. Sweet Dream Woman

19. Good Hearted Woman

20. Revelation

21. Big, Big Love

22. Ladies Love Outlaws

23. Sure Didn't Take Him Long

25. Lay It Down

26. Sandy Sends Her Best

27. The Last Letter

Disc 5

2. You Can Have Her

4. Frisco Depot (San Francisco Depot)

5. Me And Bobby McGee

6. Black Rose

7. Pretend I Never Happened

8. Delta Dawn

9. Never Been To Spain

10. Laid Back Country Picker

11. Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues

13. San Francisco Mabel Joy

14. Lonesome, On'ry And Mean

15. Freedom To Stay

17. The Last One To Leave Seattle

Disc 6

4. Cedartown Georgia

5. Something's Wrong In California

7. Just To Satisfy You

11. Don't Play The Game

13. The Same Old Lover Man

14. Ned Kelly


Track List: Jennings

1. Dream Baby

2. Abilene

3. Big Mamou

4. It's So Easy

5. Crying

7. Burning Memories

8. Lorena

10. Money

11. Love's Gonna Live Here

13. When Sin Stops


Track List: The Journey: Destiny's Child

Disc 1

1. When Sin Stops

2. Jole Blon

12. Just To Satisfy You

14. Big Mamou

20. When Sin Stops

25. Just To Satisfy You

Disc 2

1. Crying

2. Sally Was A Good Ole Girl

3. Burning Memories

4. Big Mamou

5. Money

6. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright

7. Dream Baby

8. It's So Easy

10. Love's Gonna Live Here

12. White Lightnin'

16. Don't Think Twice, It's Alright

Disc 3

6. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)

8. Stop The World (And Let Me Off)

10. That's The Chance I'll Have To Take

13. Look Into My Teardrops

14. Anita, You're Dreaming

19. My World

23. (That's What You Get) For Lovin' Me

26. Taos, New Mexico

29. I Tremble For You

Disc 4

1. Beautiful Annabel Lee

2. Woman, Let Me Sing You A Song

3. In This Very Same Room

4. She Called Me Baby

5. The Everglades

6. Sunset And Vine

7. She's Gone, Gone, Gone

8. Heartaches By The Number

9. Busted

10. Tiger By The Tail

11. Heartaches For A Dime

15. Nashville Rebel

17. Green River

25. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town

Disc 5

1. Money Cannot Make The Man

7. Mental Revenge

11. Love Of The Common People

14. Destiny's Child

16. Don't Waste Your Time

Disc 6

8. Walk On Out Of My Mind

25. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line

26. Yours Love


Track List: Too Dumb For New York City, Too Ugly For L.A.

1. Just Talkin'

2. Silent Partners

3. Didn't We Shine

4. Too Dumb For New York City

5. Armed And Dangerous

6. Heartaches Older Than You

7. Hank Williams Syndrome

8. A lot Of Good

9. I've Got My Faults

10. Smokey On Your Front Door


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Lonesome, On'ry And Mean

2. I've Always Been Crazy

3. Honky Tonk Heroes

6. Amanda

7. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys

8. A Good Hearted Woman

9. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way


Track List: I've Always Been Crazy

1. I've Always Been Crazy

2. Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out Of Hand

3. Billy

4. A Long Time Ago

5. As The 'Billy World Turns

6. Medley Of Buddy Holly Hits: Well All Right / It's So Easy / Maybe Baby / Peggy Sue

7. I Walk The Line

8. Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down

9. Girl I Can Tell (You're Trying To Work It Out)

10. Whistlers And Jugglers


Track List: Ol' Waylon

2. If You See Me Getting Smaller

3. Lucille

5. I Think I'm Gonna Kill Myself

6. Belle Of The Ball

8. Till I Gain Control Again

9. Brand New Goodbye Song

10. Satin Sheets

11. This Is Getting Funny (But There Ain't Nobody Laughing)


Track List: Waylon Live

Disc 1

1. T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) (live)

2. Stop The World (And Let Me Off)

3. Lonesome, On'ry And Mean (live)

4. You Ask Me To

5. Louisiana Women

6. I'm A Ramblin' Man

7. Me And Paul

8. It's Not Supposed To Be That Way

9. Slow Rollin' Low

10. Rainy Day Woman

11. Good Hearted Woman (live)

12. Mental Revenge

13. Amanda

14. This Time

15. Laid Back Country Picker

16. The Last Letter

17. Honky Tonk Heroes

18. Willie, The Wandering Gypsy And Me

19. Donna On My Mind

20. We Had It All

Disc 2

1. Ladies Love Outlaws

2. Big Ball In Cowtown

3. Just To Satisfy You

4. Anita You're Dreaming

5. Big, Big Love

6. Me And Bobby McGee (live)

7. If You Could Touch Her At All

8. Bob Wills Is Still The King (live)

9. Look Into My Teardrops (live)

10. Long Way From Home

11. The Taker (live)

12. Mississippi Woman

13. Mona

14. Never Been To Spain (live)

15. Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line

16. Freedom To Stay

17. Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again) (live)

18. Pick Up The Tempo

19. Ain't No God In Mexico (live)

20. House Of The Rising Sun

21. Band Intros

22. You Can Have Her


Track List: Are You Ready For The Country

1. Are You Ready For The Country

2. Them Old Love Songs

3. So Good Woman

4. Jack-A-Diamonds

5. Can't You See

6. MacArthur Park (Revisited)

7. I'll Go Back To Her

8. A Couple More Years

9. Old Friend

10. Precious Memories


Track List: Dreaming My Dreams

1. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way

2. Waymore's Blues

3. I Recall A Gypsy Woman

4. High Time (You Quit Your Lowdown Ways)

5. I've Been A Long Time Leaving (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone)

6. Let's All Help The Cowboys Sing The Blues

7. The Door Is Always Open

8. Let's Turn Back The Years

9. She's Looking Good

10. Dreaming My Dreams With You

11. Bob Wills Is Still The King


Track List: The Ramblin' Man

1. I'm A Ramblin' Man

2. Rainy Day Woman

3. Cloudy Days

4. Midnight Rider

5. Oklahoma Sunshine

6. The Hunger

8. Memories Of You And I

9. It'll Be Her

10. Amanda

12. The Last Letter


Track List: This Time

1. This Time

2. Louisiana Women

3. Pick Up The Tempo

4. Slow Rollin' Low

5. Heaven or Hell

6. It's Not Supposed To Be That Way

7. Slow Movin' Outlaw

8. Mona

9. Walkin'

10. If You Could Touch Her At All

13. Lady In The Harbor


Track List: Honky Tonk Heroes

1. Honky Tonk Heroes

2. Old Five And Dimers (Like Me)

3. Willy The Wandering Gypsy And Me

4. Low Down Freedom

5. Omaha

6. You Ask Me To

7. Ride Me Down Easy

8. Ain't No God In Mexico

9. Black Rose

10. We Had It All

11. Slow Rollin' Low


Track List: Lonesome, On'ry And Mean

1. Lonesome, On'ry And Mean

2. Freedom To Stay

3. Lay It Down

4. Gone To Denver

5. Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues

6. You Can Have Her

7. Pretend I Never Happened

8. San Francisco Mabel Joy

9. Sandy Sends Her Best

10. Me And Bobby McGee

11. Laid Back Country Picker

12. The Last One To Leave Seattle

13. Big, Big Love


Track List: Love Of The Common People

1. Money Cannot Make The Man

2. Young Widow Brown

3. You've Got To Hide Your Love Away

4. Love Of The Common People

5. I Tremble For You

6. Destiny's Child

7. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town

8. The Road

9. If The Shoe Fits

10. Don't Waste Your Time

11. Taos, New Mexico

12. Two Streaks Of Steel

13. The Chokin' Kind

14. Walk On Out Of My Mind


Track List: Right For The Time (Remembered)

1. Wbpt

2. Cactus Texas

3. The Most Sensible Thing

4. The Boxer

5. Hittin' The Bottle Again

6. Wastin' Time

7. Kissin' You Goodbye

8. Carnival Song

9. Out Of Jail

10. Lines

11. Deep In The West

12. Right For The Time

13. Living Legends, Pt. 2


Track List: Waylon Forever

1. Jack Of Diamonds

2. Outlaw S**t

3. Ain't Livin' Long Like This (Version)

4. Are You Ready For The Country? (Version)

5. Lonesome On'ry And Mean (Version)

6. Waymore's Blues (Version)

7. White Room

8. I Found The Body


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In the late 60's, my wife and I and friends, use to go to JD's every Saturday night to listen and dance to Waylon's band. It was great fun!!!!
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Yeeeeeeeee haw'rawa
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That's all Texas country music. Great classic
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some woman singers!!
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Shania Twain
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Waylon is the best love the song hardline
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not even a mention of his only child, shooter, who was the reason he went cold-turkey with substance abuse. that's a lot to omit.
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Waylon is "Alt Country?" Hmmm...
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yes--very much--but I LIKE THEM MORE YET WITH LYRICS
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I luv this man and I might get to go see him and Willie Nelson!! ������
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Like the best man of a wedding should chose better
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Who is the second alternate
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Honky Tonk Heroes!
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Saw in the 60'S unforgettabl e , Jerry turnip Clovis, Nm
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Love it
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Went to one of his concerts years ago, he blew the
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I sure miss him!!
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A classic bad boy who still doesn't know any better. Great performer.
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If you don't like Waaylon Jennings your s**t
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Classic c& W not glitter hick- this rocks
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Yes he and Jesse recorded together. The best to me was Storms Never Last .
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did he and jesse colter record anything together|?
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like the dukes of hazzards song
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Love me some Luckenbach, Texas!
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Good ole boys never meaning no harm done day the mountains might get em but the law never will yeah your great Waylon make more songs like this one plz
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Never ever did I enjoy Country Music till now..... They are not only songs but, stories within a song and they are amazing.
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darlene.w197 1
Folsom prison
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Waylon is the best there was & ever will be. If you don't like Waylon there is no help for you
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Y'all complain about how country music's not the same but if the new artists tried doing it y'all would still complain saying theyre copying lol
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There's nothing to compare it to. Classic country music has been a part of my life.
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chrisspear11 0
They don't make like this anymore, that's a fact!!
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old country died , but we still have the real thing...than k s for recordings of the real country, a few still doing the old, real country
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I grew up on this music.never will leave it
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I hate this new country music! Cash, nelson, Jennings, Daniels, allan Coe and all outlaw country singers will live forever!!!! R.I.P we will always cherish your music!!!
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billmahoney6 8
Great old music.
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You might have left this world Waylon but a lot of us old shool dogs will always have your music in our old school blood I'm a 31yr over the road truck driver and you keep me running that old peterbilt and chasing the sun and moon old friend I will always keep on trucking with your music thank you cb handle ( ALREADY GONE)
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So glad he has written soo many song.
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Jamey Johnson is the only one in this generation keeping " old school country music", alive. Today's country has mistp the mark. Long live Waylon.
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Wayland willy and us boys it was back in the day only recordings now it really happened I was there I would be somehow less had it not beem.
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Long live the greatest country outlaw love you waylon
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Long Live the duke
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Bum, bum, Bum bum, Bum bum,
GOOD HEARTED WOMAN. Bum,bum,Bum bum, Bum bum,
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WAYLON, Bum bum, Bum bum, Bum bum,
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When I hear that: BUM bum BUM bum, know Waylon's NEXT!!
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