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Waylon Live: The Expanded Edition

by Waylon Jennings

Waylon Live: The Expanded Edition by Waylon Jennings

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Waylon Live: The Expanded Edition

by Waylon Jennings

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Label: Rlg/Bmg Heritage
This is some landmark awesomeness. During production for 1975's Dreaming My Dreams, one of the great American albums of the last 50 years, Jennings went down to Texas and recorded a handful of gigs. His band, the Waylors, were at the top of their game at the time. Every night they rocked like a million boulders tumbling down a mountainside. Jennings wanted to release a double album but had to settle for the 11-track Waylon Live -- until 2003, that is. Jennings might be gone, but he finally got his wish: an expanded edition of the original album containing 42 tracks. And all of it is hard-core country-rock.

About This Album

This is some landmark awesomeness. During production for 1975's Dreaming My Dreams, one of the great American albums of the last 50 years, Jennings went down to Texas and recorded a handful of gigs. His band, the Waylors, were at the top of their game at the time. Every night they rocked like a million boulders tumbling down a mountainside. Jennings wanted to release a double album but had to settle for the 11-track Waylon Live -- until 2003, that is. Jennings might be gone, but he finally got his wish: an expanded edition of the original album containing 42 tracks. And all of it is hard-core country-rock.

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About This Album

This is some landmark awesomeness. During production for 1975's Dreaming My Dreams, one of the great American albums of the last 50 years, Jennings went down to Texas and recorded a handful of gigs. His band, the Waylors, were at the top of their game at the time. Every night they rocked like a million boulders tumbling down a mountainside. Jennings wanted to release a double album but had to settle for the 11-track Waylon Live -- until 2003, that is. Jennings might be gone, but he finally got his wish: an expanded edition of the original album containing 42 tracks. And all of it is hard-core country-rock.