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Waylon Jennings underwent one of country music’s most remarkable evolutions from the ‘60s to the ‘70s, and you can track the gradual mutations here. His gravitas-laden baritone lays into a fluid but carefully crafted mix of folk, country, and rock on early tunes such as Gordon Lightfoot’s (That’s What You Get) For Lovin’ Me. But later he invents the outlaw style as we know it right before our ears, with iconoclastic cuts such as Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way bringing raw, rock ‘n’ roll energy to roadhouse sounds. The Essential Waylon Jennings Waylon Jennings.
10 Best Waylon Jennings Albums, Ranked. By Thomas Mooney1 year. In short, Jennings' best have had an immeasurable impact on not just his peers and contemporaries, but also set the standard for future generations of weighty singer-songwriters, country-rock ramblers, honky-tonk aspirations, and barrel-chested baritone vocalists. While he'd often question being called the leader of the outlaw country movement, there's very little doubt that his style and sound revolutionized the way people thought about country music and just exactly how an album should sound and be recorded. Often, his albums bucked against the conventions of Nashville's.
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Personnel includes: Waylon Jennings (vocals, guitar); Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter (vocals); The Waylors, Tompall Glaser. Producers include: Chet Atkins, Danny Davis, Ronny Light, Waylon Jennings, Tompall Glaser rough-hewn style helped usher in a period of realism and minimalism in Nashville. a fine introduction to Waylon's best years, containing many classic tracks, while the music has been brilliantly remastered by Benny Quinn.
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|1||Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line
Producer – Chet AtkinsWritten-By – Ivy J. Bryant*
|2||Brown Eyed Handsome Man
Producer – Chet AtkinsWritten-By – Chuck Berry
Producer – Danny Davis Written-By – Kris Kristofferson, Shel Silverstein
|4||Good Hearted Woman
Producer – Ronny LightWritten-By – Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson
|5||You Asked Me To (Single Re-Mix)
Written-By – Billy Joe ShaverWritten-By, Producer – Waylon Jennings
Producer – Tompall Glaser, Waylon JenningsWritten-By – Bob McDill
|7||Rainy Day Woman
Written-By – Waylon Jennings
Written-By – Buck Curtis*Written-By, Producer – Waylon Jennings
|9||Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
Producer – Jack ClementWritten-By, Producer – Waylon Jennings
|10||Wild Side Of Life / It Wasn't God Who Made Honky-Tonk Angels
Producer – Richie Albright, Waylon JenningsVocals – Jessi ColterWritten-By – Arlie Carter, J.D. Miller, William Warren
|11||The Wurlitzer Prize, The (I Don't Want To Get Over You)
Written-By – Bobby EmmonsWritten-By, Producer – Chips Moman
|12||Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)
Producer – Richie AlbrightWritten-By – Waylon Jennings
|13||Storms Never Last
Producer – Richie Albright, Waylon JenningsVocals, Written-By – Jessi ColterWritten By – Bosse Anderson
|14||Just To Satisfy You
Producer – Chips MomanVocals – Willie NelsonWritten-By – Don Bowman, Waylon Jennings
|15||Lucille (You Won't Do Your Daddy's Will)
Producer – Waylon JenningsWritten-By – Albert Collins , Richard Penniman
|16||Never Could Toe The Mark
Producer – Alan Cartee*, Brent Cartee, Don CarteeWritten-By, Producer – Waylon Jennings
Producer – Gary Scruggs, Jerry BridgesWritten-By – Sammy Johns
|18||Broken Promise Land
Producer – Gary Scruggs, Jerry BridgesWritten By – M. Sharon Rice, Wilburn S. Rice
|19||Drinkin' And Dreamin'
Producer – Gary Scruggs, Jerry BridgesWritten-By – Max D. Barnes, Troy Seals
|20||Whatever Happened To The Blues
Producer – Don WasWritten-By – Tony Joe White, Waylon Jennings
- Compiled By – Steve Lindsey
- Remastered By – Benny Quinn
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|RCA07863-66857-2||Waylon Jennings||The Essential Waylon Jennings (CD, Comp, Club)||RCA, BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.||RCA07863-66857-2||US||1996|
|07863 66857 2||Waylon Jennings||The Essential Waylon Jennings (CD, Comp)||BMG, RCA||07863 66857 2||Europe||1996|