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Live From Austin, TX (Waylon Jennings)On-the-air since 1976, Austin City Limits has featured more than 500 different regional and internationally acclaimed artists on its stage, presenting the best of America's music from country, blues and folk to rock 'n' roll, bluegrass and zydeco.
Recorded on April 1, 1989 this performance by Waylon Jennings was no April Fools joke. This was the “new” Waylon, both personally and professionally. He had kicked a 20-year drug habit, split with RCA and signed a new deal with MCA Records.
He discovered a passion for songwriting, teamed with legendary producer Jimmy Bowen, and produced some of the best work of his 30-year-plus career. This ACL live set best captures the raw edge and driving urgency that pushed country music way past its Nashville boundaries starting in the mid-1970’s.
Includes Waylon's definitive takes on Rodney Crowell's "Ain't Living Long Like This," Elvis Presley's "Suspicious Minds" with wife Jessi Colter and Kris Kristoferson's "Me and Bobby McGee" along with his own classics "Bob Wills Is Still the King" and "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way."1. I'm A Ramblin' Man
2. Rainy Day Woman
4. I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up)
6. Me and Bobby McGee
7. Trouble Man
8. Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
9. Good Ol' Boys (Theme From Dukes of Hazzard)
10. Bob Wills Is Still The King
11. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
12. Suspicious Minds
13. Honky Tony Angels
14. Good Hearted Woman
15. I've Always Been Crazy
16. Luckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics of Love)
17. I Ain't Living Long Like This
$24.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - 2 LPs SealedBuy Now
Honky Tonk HeroesAccording to legend, it was at Willie Nelson's Fourth of July picnic when Waylon Jennings drunkenly promised a nobody named Billy Joe Shaver that he'd record a whole album of his songs. Apparently it wasn't until Shaver threatened physical violence on Jennings (in front of a Nashville studio full of people) that he finally made good on his promise, although Jennings had only recently been granted full artistic control by RCA. The result was a stunning achievement: 1973's Honky Tonk Heroes was the defining record of the anti-Nashville Outlaw movement--the term came after the album--and a cornerstone in country music history. Featuring bare-bones production and plainspoken, hard-nosed lyrics that celebrated personal freedoms and simple pleasures, the record was a far cry from the demure Nashville Sound. In each other, Jennings and Shaver had found a kindred spirit, and together they rewrote the country rulebook. - Marc Greilsamer1. Honky Tonk Heroes
2. Old Five and Dimers Like Me
3. Willy the Wandering Gypsy in Me
4. Low Down Freedom
6. You Asked Me To
7. Ride Me Down Easy
8. Ain't No God in Mexico
9. Black Rose
10. We Had It All
$17.99Vinyl LP - SealedBuy Now
180 Gram Vinyl
The Ramblin' Man is an album by Waylon Jennings, released in 1974. With a slightly more commercial sound than some of his previous records, The Ramblin' Man remained true to Jennings' outlaw country image and uncompromising musical vision.
The album was released at what was still considered to be the height of the outlaw movement in Country music, and this was reflected in its chart success, with the LP peaking at #3 on the Country charts. Jennings produced it himself, with Ray Pennington co-producing "Oklahoma Sunshine" and "I'm a Ramblin' Man".
The album also includes a gutsy cover of the Allman Brothers' "Midnight Rider," cementing Jennings' fearless reputation as a leader of the "progressive" Country sound.1. I'm A Ramblin' Man
2. Rainy Day Woman
3. Cloudy Days
4. Midnight Rider
5. Oklahoma Sunshine
6. The Hunger
7. I Can't Keep My Hands Off Of You
8. Memories Of You And I
9. It'll Be Her
$34.99180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - SealedBuy Now
Dreaming My Dreams (Awaiting Repress)Remastered by Rob Santos, Waylon Jennings classic 1975 album "Dreaming My Dreams" is being reissued through Fat Possum Records. The album was co-produced with Jack Clement and recorded at Glaser Sound Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, between February and July 1974 and released in June 1975. Topping the Billboard's Top Country albums chart and peaking at number forty-nine on Billboard's Top LPs & Tapes chart, it became Jennings' first album to be certified gold by the RIAA. To top things off, he was elected 1975's Male Vocalist of the Year by the Country Music Association.
Tony Glover of Rolling Stone described Jennings as "an ultimate performer." Comparing his studio recordings with his live performances, Glover said Jennings' work in the studio "seems to aim more for the midnight mind." Billboard praised Jennings' blend of Country music with other genres. The review said,"...the show belongs to Jennings' powerfully distinctive voice and the excellent production of the artist and Jack Clement." It called the recordings a "solid mix of ballad and rockers, some straight country and lots that cannot be classified," and said Jennings is "one of the few artists whose voice is immediately recognizable." Stereo Review praised the album, called Jennings "one of the rare good singers capable of playing his own lead guitar," and called the instrumental breaks "witty and surprising." The American Home delivered a favorable review, saying the release "features fine interpretive material." Allmusic rated the album with five stars out of five, calling it "[Jennings'] best album since Honky Tonk Heroes, and one of the few of his prime outlaw period to deliver from beginning to end."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
12. All Around Cowboy
13. Ride Me Down Easy
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White Lightnin' (Out Of Stock)Limited edition vinyl featuring 12 digitally remastered early recordings from the infamous outlaw of country music, Waylon Jennings!
Includes “Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright,” “White Lightnin’,” “Crying,” “It’s So Easy” and more!1. When Sin Stops
2. Jole Blon
4. Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright
5. White Lightnin’
6. Sally Was A Good Old Girl
7. Love’s Gonna Live Here
8. Dream Baby (How Long Must I Dream)
9. Big Mamou
11. Money (That’s What I Want)
$22.99Vinyl LP - SealedTemporarily out of stock
The story of American country begins almost a century ago in the Southern U.S., where blues and folk music were joined together in a wonderful matrimony of musical bliss. That holy union still holds strong to this day, as throughout the years what was once called “hillbilly music” has evolved into the most popular music genre in
The story of American country begins almost a century ago in the Southern U.S., where blues and folk music were joined together in a wonderful matrimony of musical bliss. That holy union still holds strong to this day, as throughout the years what was once called “hillbilly music” has evolved into the most popular music genre in America.
And if you think country sounds great coming out of your MP3 player, wait until you have a listen to some country vinyls.
Have you ever heard Johnny Cash play San Quentin on vinyl? Or Willie Nelson on vinyl wistfully wishing he was on the road again? Whatever your speed, SoundStage Direct has an extensive collection of country vinyl records, from Ronstadt to T-Swift.