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Ultimate Waylon Jennings


Download links and information about Ultimate Waylon Jennings by Waylon Jennings. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Country, Outlaw Country genres. It contains 22 tracks with total duration of 01:06:45 minutes.

Artist: Waylon Jennings
Release date: 2004
Genre: Country, Outlaw Country
Tracks: 22
Duration: 01:06:45
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No. Title Length
1. Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line 2:21
2. The Taker 2:22
3. This Time 2:26
4. I'm a Ramblin' Man 2:46
5. Rainy Day Woman (Live) 2:32
6. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way (Remastered) 2:55
7. Good Hearted Woman (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:58
8. Are You Ready for the Country 3:11
9. Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love) 3:20
10. Mamas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (Remastered) (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:33
11. I've Always Been Crazy 4:12
12. Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand 2:59
13. Amanda 2:59
14. Come With Me 3:01
15. I Ain't Living Long Like This 4:47
16. Theme from the Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys) 2:09
17. Just to Satisfy You (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:49
18. Women Do Know How to Carry On 3:17
19. I May Be Used (But Baby I Ain't Used Up) 3:02
20. America 3:45
21. Highwayman (featuring The Highwaymen) 3:03
22. Rose In Paradise (Single Version) 3:18



It’s near impossible to adequately summarize Waylon Jennings’ career in a single disc, but Ultimate Waylon Jennings does a top-notch job of touching on every stage of the singer’s long and accomplished career. Jennings really came into his own in 1973 with Honky Tonk Heroes, and this collection emphasizes his famous Outlaw persona with songs like “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way,” and “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out of Hand,” the last of which addresses Waylon’s growing disillusionment with the Outlaw moniker. The collection arguably puts too much emphasis on the singer’s Outlaw days at the expense of his ‘60s collaborations with Chet Atkins, which are brilliant and too often overlooked. However, “Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line” is one of the best of the Jennings-Atkins collaborations, and represents that period in fine style. Waylon never fell off. He made great music through the '80s and into the '90s, and introduced country music to a new kind of authenticity and masculine charisma. Devoid of gimmicks or goofiness, Ultimate Waylon Jennings can be enjoyed front-to-back.