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Three original Waylon Jennings albums from 1969 and 1970 on a 2CD set. The Kimberlys were a Las Vegas folk four-piece that Waylon encouraged RCA to sign. They comprised two brothers, Carl and Harold, married to two sisters, Vera and Verna. The album was a #13 chart success and produced a Grammy award-winning hit single for 'MacArthur Park', a powerful Jimmy Webb song which had first become an international hit when recorded by actor Richard Harris. Anita Carter, a great country voice in her own right, joins Waylon on three tracks in this package, two on 'Just To Satisfy You' and one on 'Waylon', the eponymous 1970 album. One of the finest country singers of all time, Waylon Jennings ranked No. 7 in Rolling Stone magazine's poll of 100 Greatest Country Artists. In a 37-year recording career, he achieved 100 country chart singles and 60 chart albums. Along the way, he led the "Outlaw" music movement of the mid-1970s together with Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001 and died of diabetes on 13th February 2002 aged 64.
Three original Waylon Jennings albums from 1969 and 1970 on a 2CD set. The Kimberlys were a Las Vegas folk four-piece that Waylon encouraged RCA to sign. They comprised two brothers, Carl and Harold, married to two sisters, Vera and Verna. The album was a #13 chart success and produced a Grammy award-winning hit single for 'MacArthur Park', a powerful Jimmy Webb song which had first become an international hit when recorded by actor Richard Harris. Anita Carter, a great country voice in her own right, joins Waylon on three tracks in this package, two on 'Just To Satisfy You' and one on 'Waylon', the eponymous 1970 album. One of the finest country singers of all time, Waylon Jennings ranked No. 7 in Rolling Stone magazine's poll of 100 Greatest Country Artists. In a 37-year recording career, he achieved 100 country chart singles and 60 chart albums. Along the way, he led the "Outlaw" music movement of the mid-1970s together with Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001 and died of diabetes on 13th February 2002 aged 64.
5013929800441

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Format: CD
Label: MORELLO
Rel. Date: 07/08/2022
UPC: 5013929800441

Just To Satisfy You / Waylon / Country Folk With
Artist: Waylon Jennings
Format: CD
New: Available $26.99 $17.28 ON SALE
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Lonely Weekends
2. Sing the Blues to Daddy
3. Change My Mind
4. Farewell Party
5. Rings of Gold (With Anita Carter)
6. Alone
7. Just to Satisfy You
8. I Lost Me
9. I've Been Needing Someone Like You
10. For the Kids
11. I Got You (With Anita Carter)
12. Straighten My Mind
13. MacArthur Park
14. These New Changing Times
15. Come Stay with Me
16. Cindy Oh Cindy
17. Games People Play
18. Mary Ann Regrets
19. Let Me Tell You My Mind
20. Drivin' Nails in the Wall
21. Long Way Back Home
22. But You Know I Love You
23. A World of Our Own
24. Brown-Eyed Handsome Man
25. Just Across the Way
26. Don't Play the Game
27. Shutting Out the Light
28. I May Never Pass This Way Again
29. The Thirty Third of August
30. Yellow-Haired Woman
31. Where Love Has Died
32. All of Me Belongs to You (With Anita Carter)
33. Yes Virginia
34. This Time Tomorrow (I'll Be Gone)

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Three original Waylon Jennings albums from 1969 and 1970 on a 2CD set. The Kimberlys were a Las Vegas folk four-piece that Waylon encouraged RCA to sign. They comprised two brothers, Carl and Harold, married to two sisters, Vera and Verna. The album was a #13 chart success and produced a Grammy award-winning hit single for 'MacArthur Park', a powerful Jimmy Webb song which had first become an international hit when recorded by actor Richard Harris. Anita Carter, a great country voice in her own right, joins Waylon on three tracks in this package, two on 'Just To Satisfy You' and one on 'Waylon', the eponymous 1970 album. One of the finest country singers of all time, Waylon Jennings ranked No. 7 in Rolling Stone magazine's poll of 100 Greatest Country Artists. In a 37-year recording career, he achieved 100 country chart singles and 60 chart albums. Along the way, he led the "Outlaw" music movement of the mid-1970s together with Willie Nelson and Tompall Glaser. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001 and died of diabetes on 13th February 2002 aged 64.
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