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Waylon & Willie* - Heroes (CD)

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  • Meztilkree
    says:
    Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson - Miscellaneous Album Lyrics; 1. (I'm A) Ramblin' Man: 2. A Couple More Years: 3. Ain't No God in Mexico: 4. Amanda: 5. Are You Ready for the Country: 6. Bob Wills Is Still the King: 7. Brand New Goodbye Song: 8. Brown Eyed Handsome Man: 9. Don't Cuss the Fiddle: Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out.
  • Gunris
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    The legend of the Waylon Jennings album, Honky Tonk Heroes is that at Willie Nelson's 4th of July picnic, Waylon Jennings drunkenly promised a nobody named Billy Joe Shaver that he'd record a whole album of his songs/5().
  • Mamuro
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    Waylon and Willie were Country music's 'outlaws'. Their music, attitude and originality turned the Country industry around, which is why we now look at them as 'heroes'. This 20 track collection features cuts recorded by the duo and solo tracks from each including 'Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?', 'My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys', 'Night Life', 'Ladies Love Outlaws' and many more/5(3).
  • Shaktigul
    says:
    Although this was the first time that Johnny and Waylon had teamed up to record an entire album, they had recorded a couple of duets before, scoring a seventies country hit together with There ain't no good chain gang. Later, both of them teamed up with Willie Nelson and /5(12).
  • Dur
    says:
    This Time is an album by American country music artist Waylon Jennings, released on RCA Victor in , at the peak of the outlaw country movement. It was produced by Jennings and Willie Nelson.
  • Kigam
    says:
    For Waylon fans who passed on the grand four-CD retrospective from , Nashville Rebel, the good folks at RCA Nashville/Legacy offer this truncated double disc of prime Waylon, spiced with but a tad of non-hit material in the midst of monuments from the quintessential outlaw's storied career. Of the 42 cuts here, only 2 are unavailable on Nashville Rebel-- those being a Cajun-flavored Price: $
  • Tuzahn
    says:
    Aug 21,  · For his first full solo album in and our artistry as being very inclusive and very open minded and I think you can go back to people like Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings and Willie .
  • Shaktigar
    says:
    Editors’ Notes The leading lights of ‘70s outlaw country came together as a twosome for this album, crafting the musical equivalent of a classic Western buddy movie. As the duo delivers tongue-in-cheek anti-anthems like “Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys” or Kris Kristofferson’s “Don’t Cuss the Fiddle,” you can picture Willie and Waylon riding down the.
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