Jennings, Waylon

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Honky Tonk Heroes
Country Used - LP ALY 1 3897 RCA
Black Label Reissue In Shrink Wrap. Originally Released In 1973. ... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Lonesome, On'ry & Mean Lonesome, On'ry & Mean
Country New - LP LSP 4854 RCA
Sealed 1973 Original. “Lonesome, On'ry And Mean Is The Quintessential Waylon Jennings Outlaw Record. Waylon Produced The Set -- The First Unfettered By The Bonds Of RCA -- With His Own Band, And The Results Are Nothing Less Than Electrifying. Steve Young, The Perennial Country And Folk Music Outsider, May Have Penned The Title Cut, But Waylon's Delivery As An Anthem Bears In It All Of His Years Of Frustration At Not Being Able To Make The Music He Wanted To. Fury Is A Better Word For What Is Heard In The Grain Of The Song's Lyrics. Young's Own Version Is Devastating, But This One Is Transcendent. (And Why Is It That Travis Tritt Was Picked To Sing This At Waylon's Memorial Instead Of Young, Who Was Also Present? Talk About Misguided Justice.) But The Boundaries Between Rock & Roll And Country Come Down Once Again On This Album In Kris Kristofferson's "Me & Bobby Mcgee," As Folk And Post-Psychedelia Meet Texas In Mickey Newbury's "San Francisco Mabel Joy" And The Broken, Road-Weary Pop Honky Tonk Balladry Of Danny O'Keefe's "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues." Add To This Johnny Cash's "Gone To Denver" And Willie Nelson's "Pretend I Never Happened," And You Have An Outsider's Dream. That The Rest Of The Recording Is Just As Consistent, Just As Seamless In Its Execution, Production, And Delivery, Makes Lonesome, On'ry And Mean The First Seriously Pitched Battle In The 1970s Country Music Wars. And This One Went To Jennings And His Fans, Hands Down.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Honky Tonk Heroes Honky Tonk Heroes
Country New - LP APL1-0240 RCA
Sealed 1973 Original. Small Saw Notch. “When Waylon Jennings Hooked Up With Songwriter Billy Joe Shaver, He Found The Perfect Author For His Obsessions, His Fascinations, And His Very Image. Waylon Had Always Been Looking, Perhaps Unintentionally, For A Common Ground Between Country And Rock, And Shaver's Songs -- Sketching An Outlaw Stance With Near Defiance And Borrowing Rock Attitude To Create The Hardest Country Tunes Imaginable -- Were Perfect. On His Previous Album, Waylon Had Sung That "Ladies Love Outlaws," But Now He Found The Music That Would Soon Be Called Outlaw Country, A Defiant, Ballsy Blend Of Mythmaking And Truth-Telling. Shaver Never Had A Better Voice For His Songs, And Jennings Never Had Better Songs For His Style. Honky Tonk Heroes Arrived At A Crucial Moment, A Time When True Honky Tonk Was Fading, So Only A Dose Of Rock & Roll Could Save It. And, No Matter How Much Rock Attitude Is Here, This Is Pure Country In Its Stance And Attitude -- Yet Honky Tonk Heroes' Very Defiance Makes It A Perfect Discovery Album For Listeners Who Never Thought They Would Like Country Music. And The Songs! Shaver Earned His Stripes Here, With Songs That Were Emotional, Funny, And Clever, Utterly Bringing The Mythic Outlaw Ethic To Life. "Black Rose," "You Asked Me To," And "Honky Tonk Heroes" Remain Among The Greatest Things Waylon Ever Cut, And Every Other Song Here Matches Them. Few Country Albums Have Ever Been This Consistent, And Few Records, From Any Genre, Have Been As Consistently Compelling. A Wonderful Album -- One That's Hard To Tire Of.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ol' Waylon Ol' Waylon
Country New - LP AFL1 2317 RCA
Sealed 1977 Second Issue With Custom "Luckenbach, Texas" Hype Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. A Classic!... more details
 
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Dreaming My Dreams
Country New - CD DZS-161 DCC
Sealed 1st Time On CD, Remastered By Steve Hoffman... more details
 
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Folk - Country
Country Used - LP LPM 3523 RCA
1966 Deep Groove Mono Original.... more details
 
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Leavin' Town
Country Used - LP LPM 3620 RCA
1966 Deep Groove Mono Original In Shrink.... more details
 
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The Ramblin' Man
Country New - LP AFL 1 0734 RCA
Sealed 1974 Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Nashville Rebel Nashville Rebel
Soundtrack New - LP LSP 3736e RCA
Factory Sealed 1966 Reprocessed Stereo. Cut Corner.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Will The Wolf Survive Will The Wolf Survive
Country New - LP MCA 5688 MCA
Sealed 1986 Vinyl Rarity.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Singer Of Sad Songs Singer Of Sad Songs
Country New - LP LSP 4418 RCA
Sealed 1970 Textured Cover Rarity With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. “In Late 1969, Waylon Jennings Was Wrapping Up His Tenure With Producer Danny Davis And Threw In His Lot With Lee Hazlewood. Singer Of Sad Songs Features A Title Cut Produced By The Former, With The Rest Of The Album Done By The Latter. It Was, Up To That Time, Waylon's Most Compelling Album, And Stands The Test Of Time Based Not Only On Hazlewood's Sympathetic Ear And Visionary Sense Of Keeping Jennings At The Dead Center Of His Mix, But Also In The Selection Of Material, Which Proved To Be Pivotal For This Stage Of Jennings' Career And The Universe That Would Begin To Take Place In Earnest In Early 1972. Here With A Host Of Musicians That Includes Reggie Young, Sonny Curtis, Ronnie Dyson, And Randy Meisner Is A Cycle Of Songs That Over Three Decades Later Still Sounds Electrifying For Its Poignancy, Musical Dynamics, And Group Interplay. From The Title Track To A Rollicking Cover Of George Jones' "Ragged But Right," An Open And Moving Reading Of Tim Hardin's "If I Were A Carpenter," Utah Phillips' "Rock, Salt And Nails," And Rolling Stones's "Honky Tonk Woman," Jennings And Hazlewood Up The Rock & Roll Ante In Jennings' Sound. Up To Three And Four Guitars Play On Each Track, With Hazlewood Stripping Everything Back While Adding The Layers Of Phase And Reverb That Would Become Signifiers Of Jennings' Trademark. The Performances Here Are Suave But Not Smooth, Moving But Far From Melodramatic. In Fact, They Are Archetypal -- If Not Overly Rowdy -- Readings Of The Renegade Freedom Songs That Literally Spawned The Outlaw Generation's Reliance On Anthems Of Alienated Individuals At Odds With Everything And Everyone, Yet Still Seeking Purpose And A Way Home From The Edge Of A Drifting Way Of Life. Singer Of Sad Songs Is A Myth, One Of The Hardest Of Jennings' Records To Find, Despite Its Great Historical And Musical -- Not To Mention Pleasurable -- Significance.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Lonesome, On'ry And Mean Lonesome, On'ry And Mean
Country New - LP LSP 4854 RCA
Sealed 1973 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Cover. “Lonesome, On'ry And Mean Is The Quintessential Waylon Jennings Outlaw Record. Waylon Produced The Set -- The First Unfettered By The Bonds Of RCA -- With His Own Band, And The Results Are Nothing Less Than Electrifying. Steve Young, The Perennial Country And Folk Music Outsider, May Have Penned The Title Cut, But Waylon's Delivery As An Anthem Bears In It All Of His Years Of Frustration At Not Being Able To Make The Music He Wanted To. Fury Is A Better Word For What Is Heard In The Grain Of The Song's Lyrics. Young's Own Version Is Devastating, But This One Is Transcendent. (And Why Is It That Travis Tritt Was Picked To Sing This At Waylon's Memorial Instead Of Young, Who Was Also Present? Talk About Misguided Justice.) But The Boundaries Between Rock & Roll And Country Come Down Once Again On This Album In Kris Kristofferson's "Me & Bobby Mcgee," As Folk And Post-Psychedelia Meet Texas In Mickey Newbury's "San Francisco Mabel Joy" And The Broken, Road-Weary Pop Honky Tonk Balladry Of Danny O'Keefe's "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues." Add To This Johnny Cash's "Gone To Denver" And Willie Nelson's "Pretend I Never Happened," And You Have An Outsider's Dream. That The Rest Of The Recording Is Just As Consistent, Just As Seamless In Its Execution, Production, And Delivery, Makes Lonesome, On'ry And Mean The First Seriously Pitched Battle In The 1970s Country Music Wars. And This One Went To Jennings And His Fans, Hands Down.” Thom Jurek, AMG.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Just To Satisfy You Just To Satisfy You
Country Used - LP LSP 4137 RCA
1969 2nd Label (Orange) Stereo With Cut Corner And Featuring A Great Cover Photo Of Waylon. Produced By Chet Atkins.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Cedartown Georgia Cedartown Georgia
Country New - LP LSP 4567 RCA
Sealed 1971 Textured Cover Original. Features "Bridge Over Troubled Water." First Sealed Copy We Have Had In Stock Since 2003.... more details
 
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Waylon Sings Ol' Harlan
Country New - LP LPM 3660 RCA
Sealed And Rare 1967 Mono Rarity. Produced By Chet Atkins. ... more details
 
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Are You Ready For The Country
Country New - LP APL1-1816 RCA
Sealed 1976 Original, Gold Demo Stamp On Back Cover. Amazingly Features Graham Nash On The Six Minute Version Of " Macarthur Park Revisited". First Copy We've Seen Of This Rarity.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Black On Black Black On Black
Country New - LP AHL1-4247 RCA
Sealed 1982 Embossed Cover Original. Features Willie Nelson Plus A Host Of Country Pickers. Large, Red Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink. Saw Notch.... more details
 
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Singer Of Sad Songs
Country New - LP AFL1 4418 RCA
Sealed 1978 Original. ... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - It's Only Rock And Roll It's Only Rock And Roll
Country New - LP AHL1-4673 RCA
Sealed 1983 Original. Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - I've Always Been Crazy I've Always Been Crazy
Country New - LP AFL1-2979 RCA
Sealed 1978 Original. Large Yellow Song Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap. Includes A Buddy Holly Medley With The Original Crickets. Rare.... more details
 
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Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Country Used - LP 5325 RCA
1984 Original. Autographed By Waylon. ... more details
 
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Dreaming My Dreams
Country Used - LP APL1 1062 RCA
Beautiful 1975 Original In Shrink Wrap. ... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ladies Love Outlaws Ladies Love Outlaws
Country Used - LP LSP 4751 RCA
Rare 1972 Black Label With Nipper Logo Original Still In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears Unplayed. 5S/6S Indianapolis Stampers. First Copy We Have Seen In Eight Years.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Waylon Live Waylon Live
Country New - LP AFL1-1108 RCA
Sealed 1976 Original. Recorded Live At "The Western Place" And "The Opry House".... more details
 
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Dreaming My Dreams
Country New - LP APL 1 1062 RCA
Sealed 1975 Original. Gold Demo Stamp On Back Cover. Features Randy Scruggs, Merle Watson And Others. ... more details
 
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A Man Called Hoss
Country Used - LP 42038 MCA
Very Hard To Find 1987 Vinyl With Rare "Mail-In" Card Insert For A Gift Case Of Waylon's West Texas Style Barbecue Sauce. ... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - A Man Called Hoss A Man Called Hoss
Country Used - LP 42038 MCA
Extremely Hard To Find 1987 Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ramblin' Man Ramblin' Man
Country New - LP APL1-0734 RCA
Sealed 1974 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. “If You Look At The Cover Of The Ramblin' Man, You Would Think That Waylon Jennings Had Been A Ramblin' Man, Riding The Top Of The Charts, For Years, Maybe Decades. He Looks Worn Out, Whether It's On The Close-Up On The Cover, Or The Back-Cover Shot Of Him Drunkenly Playing Solitaire. In Truth, It Would Be Another Album Before He Hit The Top Of The Country Charts And Before Outlaw Country Became Hip. Still, This Is The Record Where It All Came Home. If He Had Created A Sketch Of Outlaw On Honky Tonk Heroes, He Perfected The Marketable Version Of It Here, Making It A Little Slicker, A Little More Commercial, And A Whole Lot More Unstoppable. If The Songs Aren't The Equal Of Honky Tonk Heroes Or Even This Time, The Ramblin' Man Has A Wilder Sound And A Greater Diversity Of Songs That Make It Seem More Unruly Than Its Immediate Predecessor And More Blatantly Outlaw. This Contains, After All, His First Flat-Out Rock Cover, With A Good Take On The Allman Brothers' "Midnight Rider," Plus Songs That Play Into The Image Of What An Outlaw Country Singer Is. There Are Moments Of Reflection, Yet Even Those Feed Into The Outlaw Picture. Too Bad Many Of The Album Tracks Wind Up Being Agreeable Filler Instead Of Knockouts. There Aren't Any Bad Cuts, And The Entire Thing Holds Together Quite Well, But It Doesn't Add Up To A Moment Of Transcendence The Way Honky Tonk Heroes Or Its Successor Would. Still, With "I'm A Ramblin' Man," "Rainy Day Woman," And The Heartbreaking "Amanda" On Its Side, Plus Highlights Like "Oklahoma Sunshine," This Is A First-Rate Waylon Record. “ SAtephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide.... more details
 
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Mackintosh & T.J.
Soundtrack New - LP APL1 1520 RCA
Sealed 1976 Original Soundtrack. ... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
Country New - LP CAS 2608 RCA
Sealed 1973 Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Turn The Page Turn The Page
Country New - LP AHL1-5428 RCA
Sealed 1985 Original. Tiny Saw Notch.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Just To Satisfy You Just To Satisfy You
Country New - LP LSP 4137 RCA
Sealed 1969 Heavy Vinyl Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
Country New - LP CAS 2608 Camden
Sealed Reissue, COH.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Music Man Music Man
Country New - LP AHL1-3602 RCA
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Don't Think Twice Don't Think Twice
Country Used - LP SP 4238 A&M
Mint 1970 Original. “The Country And Western And Folk Music Paths Come Together Here As If They Were Two Mountain Trails Meeting At A Truly Wonderful Vista. This Is Years Before Jennings Introduced Thudding Double Bass Drums, Heavy Electric Guitars, The Thick Scraggly Beard, And The Dark Leather Cowboy Hat. Here He Just Looks Like A Well Dressed Dude Who Might Break Your Nose In A Bar. In The World Of Used Record Store Buyers Who Ask For "No Beards" On Their Waylon, Merle, Or Willie, This Here Is The Jackpot. Jennings Comes Across As An Undersung Interpreter Of bob Dylan; This Is A "Don't Think Twice" One Can Really Take Seriously, While The "I Don't Believe You," With Its Soulful Dobro Picking And Swishing Jerry Lee lewis -Style Piano, Is One Of The Best Covers Ever Of A Songwriter Whose Work Has Been Recorded Extensively. There's More. Jennings Pulls Off A Fine Rendition Of "House Of The Rising Sun" And Is Arrogant Enough To Call His Arrangement "The Real Rising Sun." A Trio Of Terrific Country Tunes Are There For The Old Fans, And Things Only Falter With Some Banal Cover Versions On Side Two. Herb Alpert Co-Produced, And One Wonders If He Is Blowing The Trumpet On The Version Of Ian Tyson’s "Four Strong Winds." Talk About Whipped Cream And Other Delights.” Eugene Chadbourne, AMG.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Waylon Jennings Waylon Jennings
Country Used - LP VL 73873 Vocalion
Beautiful Reissue Taken From The Decca Catelogue.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Singer Of Sad Songs Singer Of Sad Songs
Country Used - LP LSP 4418 RCA
1970 Heavy Vinyl Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Sweet Mother Texas Sweet Mother Texas
Country New - LP AHL1 7184 RCA
Sealed 1986 Vinyl. Features Tony Joe White, Earl Scruggs, Johnny Cash, And Others.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Waylon And Company Waylon And Company
Country New - LP AHL1-54826 RCA
Sealed 1983 Embossed Cover Original. Features Emmylou Harris, Willie Nelson, Tony Joe White, Mell Tillis And Others. Rare.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Country New - LP AHL1-3378 RCA
Sealed 1979 Original With Embossed Cover, No Bar Code On Jacket. Pristine Copy.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Waylon Waylon
Country New - LP LSP 4260 RCA
Sealed 1970 Original. Saw-Cut. “This Self-Titled Album Signifies The Real Beginning Of Waylon Jennings' Discontent With His Career. He Is Making Efforts In The Studio Here To Stretch Its Boundaries And Include Material Very Foreign To Nashville. First Off, The Album Opens With Chuck Berry's "Brown Eyed Handsome Man," A Rollicking Jump Off The Country And T-Bone Walker Texas Blues Flagship. Jennings' Own Version May Not Be As Rollicking As Berry's, But It Swings Hard And Moves Inside A Groove That Twists And Turns On Its Own Axis. One Can Also Feel The Conflict Between Producer Danny Davis Trying To Tame His Singer And Jennings Trying To Split The Seam Of The Track. In Addition To Beginning The Album With So Much Tension, Jennings Even Gives A More Traditional Number Like Sammi Smith's "Yellow Haired Woman" A Spacier Sound, Where The Nashville Sound Becomes Something Akin To A Bunch Of Studio Guys In Nash Vegas Trying To Emulate Brian Wilson. Ray Buzzeo's "I May Never Pass This Way Again" Has Honky Tonk Ballad Written All Over It, But Those Marching, Shuffling Guitars Add A New Spin. But It's With Mickey Newbury's "33rd Of August" That The Pokiness Of Waylon's Mission Becomes Apparent. In The Slow Dirge, Complete With Gorgeous Layers And Textures Of Strings, Aberrant Percussion, And Backing Vocals That Whisper Rather Than Chorus, Jennings Offers Another Dimension To Not Only This Sad Story, But The Direction Of His Musical Muse, Somewhere In The Groove But Outside The Confines Of The Studio. Waylon Is An Overlooked Gem In The Transition Period Of Jennings' Career.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Love Of The Common People Love Of The Common People
Country Used - LP LSP 3825 RCA
Mint Stereo Orange Label 2nd Pressing. This LP Was Sealed, We Opened It To Check The Labels. New, Unplayed, Still In Shrink.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Heartaches By The Number Heartaches By The Number
Country New - LP CAS 2556 RCA
Sealed 1972 Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ol' Waylon Ol' Waylon
Country New - LP APL1-2317 RCA
Sealed 1977 Original. A Waylon Classic Which Includes "Luchenbach, Texas" And Features Willie Nelson, The Muscle Shoals Horns, Jessi Colter, Ralph Mooney And Others.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Full Circle Full Circle
Country New - LP 100659 MCA
Sealed, Hard To Find 1988 Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - The Taker / Tulsa The Taker / Tulsa
Country New - LP LSP 4487 RCA
Sealed 1971 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. “Excellent In Composition, Production, And Sequencing, The Taker/Tulsa Stands The Test Of Time As The First Recording By Waylon Jennings To Show What It Was He Had Been Crucifying Nash Vegas Producers Over. The End Of His Long Production Relationship With Chet Atkins (As Atkins Was Moved Upstairs), His Hostile, Barely A Year Tenure With Atkins Pick Danny Davis, A Successful Run With Lee Hazlewood That The Establishment On Music Row Disowned Because It Wasn't Homegrown, And The Final Straw With Atkins Protégé Ronnie Light Ultimately Led Waylon To Hire A New Lawyer And Manager And Begin Producing Himself. The Taker/Tulsa Is Chock-Full Of Kris Kristofferson's Songs. Mickey Newbury Brought Kristofferson To Jennings' Attention A Couple Of Years Earlier, But This Time Out, Jennings Decided To Theme His Recording And Showcase Kristofferson's Songs. The Result — Despite The Fact That The Record Was Culled From Over Two Years Of Work With Davis And Light — Is The First Real Salvo In The Outlaw Movement (Not Ladies Love Outlaws, Which Was Full Of Demo Sessions And Unfinished Tracks). Kristofferson's Tunes, Including "Loving Her Was Easier," "Sunday Morning Coming Down," "Casey's Last Ride," And Others, Brought Jennings Closer Than Ever To The Flame, To The Dream Of Producing His Own Records With His Own Band. The Kristofferson Tunes Stand Out, But So Does "Tulsa" By Wayne Carson Thompson And Jennings' Own "You'll Look For Me." The Albums Dovetails Together Like One Session And Offers A View Of What Waylon Could Issue When He Got His Way. This Is One Of Jennings' True Classics, And With Lonesome, On'ry And Mean Still A Year Away. It Was The First Unruly Outing By A Man Who, Along With His Friends, Was About To Change Everything.” – Thom Jurek, All Music Guide... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Good Hearted Woman Good Hearted Woman
Country New - LP AYL1-3737 RCA
Sealed 1978 Reissue Of A Great 1972 Release.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Dark Side Of Fame Dark Side Of Fame
Country New - LP ACL 7019 Pickwick
Sealed 1976 Reissue Of 1967's "The One And Only Waylon."... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - What Goes Around Comes Around What Goes Around Comes Around
Country New - LP AHL1-3493 RCA
Sealed 1979 Original With Custom "Come With Me" Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. “In Late 1979, Waylon Jennings Was Riding A Hot Streak Of Seven Number One Albums In A Row. This Didn't Reach The Top Spot Only Because It Was Shut Out By The Phenomenal Crossover Success Of Kenny Rogers' Kenny, So It Sat At Number Two For 14 Weeks -- So, Even If It Didn't Really Reach The Top Of The Charts, It Came Close Enough To Count. There's The Storming Opener Of Rodney Crowell's "I Ain't Living Long Like This," Which Easily Became An Anthem For The Waning Days Of Outlaw, But There's An Underlying Sense Of Sadness That Runs Through The Record, Particularly The Ballad-Heavy Second Half. That Jennings Doesn't Contribute Many Originals -- He Just Co-Writes The Silly But Charming Vaudeville Of "It's The World's Gone Crazy (Cotillion)" With Shel Silverstein -- But That Doesn't Matter Because The Choice Of Songs Is Strong, Displaying That Waylon Still Hadn't Lost His Expert Ear For Songs That Suited His Styles. True, It Isn't A Set Of Stone-Cold Classics That Compares With Honky Tonk Heroes, But "I Ain't Living Long Like This" Is Iconic, "Come With Me" Is Moving And His Take On Mickey Newbury's "If You See Her" Is Beautiful. Since Waylon's First-Rate Work Is So Good And So Bountiful, It's Easy To Overlook The Relatively Modest Pleasures Of A Record Like This, But Only A Fool Would Dismiss It Out Of Hand, Because There's A Lot Of Good Music Here -- More Than Enough To Justify His Continued Hot Streak.” S. T. Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Country Music Country Music
Country New - LP STW 102 Time Life
Sealed 1981 Compilation. Part Of The Time Life Country Series.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Greatest Hits Greatest Hits
Country Used - LP AHL1-3378 RCA
1979 Embossed Cover Hits Collection With White Demonstration Stamp On Back Cover.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ladies Love Outlaws Ladies Love Outlaws
Country New - LP LSP 4751 RCA
Hard To Find 1972 Original. Small Stain On Rear Of Jacket Accounted For In Price.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Will The Wolf Survive Will The Wolf Survive
Country Used - LP MCA 5688 MCA
Rare 1986 Record Club Issue Still In Shrink Wrap. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Full Circle Full Circle
Country Used - LP R 100659 MCA
Rare 1988 Record Club Pressing Still In Shrink Wrap. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Waylon's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 Waylon's Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Country New - LP AHL1 5325 RCA
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On Shrink. Small Saw Cut. Includes 3 New Songs.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - I've Always Been Crazy I've Always Been Crazy
Country Used - LP AFL1-2979 RCA
1978 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Large Yellow Song Hype Sticker. Includes A Buddy Holly Medley With The Original Crickets.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Music Man Music Man
Country New - LP AHL1-3602 RCA
Sealed 1980 Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Never Could Toe The Mark Never Could Toe The Mark
Country New - LP AHL1-5017 RCA
Sealed 1984 Original With Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Tiny Saw Cut.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Waylon's Greatest Hits Vol. 2 Waylon's Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Country New - LP AHL1-5325 RCA
Sealed, Rare 1984 Original Featuring Three New Songs. Small Saw Cut. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Ol' Waylon Ol' Waylon
Country New - LP APL1-2317 RCA
Sealed 1977 Original. A Waylon Classic, Featuring "Luchenbach, Texas." Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - I've Always Been Crazy I've Always Been Crazy
Country Used - LP AFL1-2979 RCA
Beautiful 1978 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Includes A Buddy Holly Medley With The Original Crickets.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Live From Austin TX Live From Austin TX
Country New - LP NW 5053 New West
Sealed 2012 Limited Edition 2LP Gatefold Pressed On 180 Gram Vinyl.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Good Hearted Woman Good Hearted Woman
Country New - LP LSP 4647 RCA
First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This Sealed, Rare 1972 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. Crisp Corners. “Produced By Ronnie Light, This Is The Second Of The Three Albums Waylon Jennings Released For RCA In 1972. The Other Two, Ladies Love Outlaws And Lonesome, On'ry And Mean, Signified The End Of Waylon's Pre-Outlaw Period And The Beginning Of His Outlaw Career. The Former Was A Collection Of Unfinished Songs And Demos The Singer Disowned Despite The Fact That It Contains Very Solid And Viable Material. The Latter Was The Crack In Nashville's Pavement In Which Rock & Roll Took An Equal Share Of The Stage With Country And Jennings Wasn't Going To Go Back; The Title Track, Written By Cowboy Savant Steve Young, Sums Up Jennings' Career To That Point, And It Was Time To Get Rid Of The Baggage Of The Past. Good Hearted Woman Reveals The Singer In Full Glide From One Side Of The Spectrum To The Other, From The First Single, Tony Joe White's "Willie And Laura Mae Jones," To The Title Track, The First Stellar And Enduring Collaboration By Jennings And Willie Nelson. But Going Deeper, There Are The Unique Reads Of Kris Kristofferson's "To Beat The Devil" And Harlan Howard's "One Of My Bad Habits." Also Amazing Are "Do No Good Woman," With Reggie Young's Smoking Guitar Solo That Made The Soundboard Jump Into The Red, And Willie's "It Should Be Easier Now." Shirl Milete's "Unsatisfied," With Ralph Mooney's Pedal Steel Whining In The Background, Is One Of The Most Poignant Performances Of The Period For Waylon As A Singer, Topped Only By His Reading Of Chip Taylor's "Sweet Dream Woman." In Sum, Good Hearted Woman Is A Pretty Sensational Outing For Jennings; He's Feeling His Power Here, And As The Door Opened Just One More Crack, The Listener Can Hear How It Never Closed Again. “ Thom Jurek, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Burning Memories Burning Memories
Country Audiophile - LP MLP 1003 Maverick
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Rare 1983 Half-Speed Master. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - The Eagle The Eagle
Country New - LP 1P 8030 CBS
Sealed, Rare 1990 Record Club Only Original.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Best Of Waylon Jennings Best Of Waylon Jennings
Country New - LP LSP 4341 RCA
Sealed 1970 Compilation. Hard To See Embossed Promo Stamp On Front Cover.... more details
 
Jennings, Waylon - Goin' Down Rockin' The Last Recordings Goin' Down Rockin' The Last Recordings
Country New - LP LP 5457 Sundazed
Sealed 2013 180gm Gatefold Original Featuring The Outlaw's Final Recordings. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink.... more details
 

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