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Four albums on 2 CDs from Country Music Hall of Fame inductee (2001), the late, great Waylon Jennings. Recorded between 1967 and 1969 and available for the first time in this format. One of the finest country singers of all time, Waylon Jennings ranked No. 7 in Rolling Stone magazine's poll of 100 greatest country artists. In a 37 year recording career Waylon achieved 100 country chart singles and 60 chart albums. By 1967, the year in which this collection of albums begins, Waylon Jennings was on the threshold of success. He was signed to RCA Victor, Country Music's top record label at the time, and working with Chet Atkins, not only one of Nashville's most successful record producers but a guitarist second to none. Although he didn't secure the greatest success as a singles artist, Waylon enjoyed a plentiful number of album releases, approximately two a year. This collection includes 'Love Of The Common People', 'Hangin' On', 'Only The Greatest' and 'Jewels' which all arrived in the record stores during the period 1967 to 1969. All were produced by Atkins who would also occasionally add his guitar licks to the sessions. Jennings would go on to lead the "Outlaw" music movement of the mid-1970s together with Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser. He died of diabetes on 13th February 2002 aged 64.
Four albums on 2 CDs from Country Music Hall of Fame inductee (2001), the late, great Waylon Jennings. Recorded between 1967 and 1969 and available for the first time in this format. One of the finest country singers of all time, Waylon Jennings ranked No. 7 in Rolling Stone magazine's poll of 100 greatest country artists. In a 37 year recording career Waylon achieved 100 country chart singles and 60 chart albums. By 1967, the year in which this collection of albums begins, Waylon Jennings was on the threshold of success. He was signed to RCA Victor, Country Music's top record label at the time, and working with Chet Atkins, not only one of Nashville's most successful record producers but a guitarist second to none. Although he didn't secure the greatest success as a singles artist, Waylon enjoyed a plentiful number of album releases, approximately two a year. This collection includes 'Love Of The Common People', 'Hangin' On', 'Only The Greatest' and 'Jewels' which all arrived in the record stores during the period 1967 to 1969. All were produced by Atkins who would also occasionally add his guitar licks to the sessions. Jennings would go on to lead the "Outlaw" music movement of the mid-1970s together with Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser. He died of diabetes on 13th February 2002 aged 64.
5013929800120

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Format: CD
Label: MORELLO
Rel. Date: 01/14/2022
UPC: 5013929800120

Love Of Common / Hangin / Only Greatest / Jewels
Artist: Waylon Jennings
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

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 Hangin' on
13. Hangin' on
14. Julie 15 the Crowd
15. Let Me Talk to You
16. Woman, Don't You Ever Laugh at Me
17. The Chokin' Kind 19 Gentle on My Mind
18. Right Before My Eyes
19. Lock, Stock and Teardrops
20. I Fall in Love So Easily
21. Looking at a Heart That Needs a Home
22. How Long Have You Been There
23. Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line
24. California Sunshine
25. Weakness in a Man
26. Sorrow (Breaks a Good Man Down)
27. Christina
28. Such a Waste of Love
29. Walk on Out of My Mind
30. Kentucky Woman
31. Long Gone
32. You'll Think of Me
33. Wave Goodbye to Me
34. Too Far Gone Jewels
35. New York City, R.F.D
36. Today I Started Loving You Again
37. Folsom Prison Blues
38. If You Were Mine to Lose
39. See You Around (On Your Way Down)
40. Six Strings Away
41. Yours Love
42. How Much Rain Can One Man Stand
43. Mental Revenge
44. I'm Doing This for You
45. You Love the Ground I Walk on
46. My Ramona

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Four albums on 2 CDs from Country Music Hall of Fame inductee (2001), the late, great Waylon Jennings. Recorded between 1967 and 1969 and available for the first time in this format. One of the finest country singers of all time, Waylon Jennings ranked No. 7 in Rolling Stone magazine's poll of 100 greatest country artists. In a 37 year recording career Waylon achieved 100 country chart singles and 60 chart albums. By 1967, the year in which this collection of albums begins, Waylon Jennings was on the threshold of success. He was signed to RCA Victor, Country Music's top record label at the time, and working with Chet Atkins, not only one of Nashville's most successful record producers but a guitarist second to none. Although he didn't secure the greatest success as a singles artist, Waylon enjoyed a plentiful number of album releases, approximately two a year. This collection includes 'Love Of The Common People', 'Hangin' On', 'Only The Greatest' and 'Jewels' which all arrived in the record stores during the period 1967 to 1969. All were produced by Atkins who would also occasionally add his guitar licks to the sessions. Jennings would go on to lead the "Outlaw" music movement of the mid-1970s together with Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser. He died of diabetes on 13th February 2002 aged 64.


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