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Waylon Jennings

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George Jones & Tammy Wynette: The Playroom, Atlanta; Waylon Jennings, Conway Twitty: City Auditorium, Atlanta

Live Review by Gene Guerrero, Great Speckled Bird, The, 10 March 1969

THE LAST two weeks have been good ones for country music in Atlanta. George Jones and Tammy Wynette were at the Playroom; Merle Haggard's latest ...

Waylon Jennings: The Taker/Tulsa (RCA 4487)

Review by Nick Tosches, Fusion, 28 May 1971

EVEN THOUGH this album stinks it wasn't always like that for Mr. Jennings. ...

Waylon Jennings

Interview by Gene Guerrero, Great Speckled Bird, The, 21 June 1971

IT WAS ONE of those memorable evenings like accidentally catching Charley Pride's first Nashville appearance at the Ernest Tubb Record Shop, or watching Mel Tillis ...

Waylon Jennings: You Gotta Be A Man First, 'Fore You Can Be Anything...

Interview by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, 11 August 1973

Waylon Jennings, the cowboy who finally hit that golden trail. By MICHAEL WATTS in New York ...

Waylon Jennings: Honky Tonk Heroes (RCA)

Review by Michael Watts, Melody Maker, 4 May 1974

INTEREST IN country musicians is currently running high with Charlie Rich in the charts and a whole spate of country albums being released as a ...

Waylon Jennings: Maybe They Don't Even Know I'm There

Interview by Nick Tosches, Zoo World, 1 August 1974

LOOKING MORE like an Exxon station grease monkey on his lunch break than the Pontifex Maximus of Nashville's Telecaster outlaws, Waylon Jennings sits there washing ...

Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter: Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica CA

Live Review by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 31 May 1975

WALKING INTO the Civic one could feel an incredible aura of positive anticipation from the audience. They welcomed Jessi Colter (Ms Jennings) with exuberant applause ...

Waylon Jennings: Ramblin' Man

Report and Interview by Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 12 July 1975

MANY ARTISTS project a schizophrenic split between their music and their personal lives; not so with Waylon Jennings. Waylon's personal life is his music and ...

Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter, and Tompall Glaser: Wanted! The Outlaws (RCA)

Review by Nick Tosches, Village Voice, The, 26 January 1976

Waylon &c. Pull a Fast One ...

Waylon Jennings' Are You Ready for the Country

Report by Stephen K. Peeples, Picking Up the Tempo, 7 July 1976

The Texas country outlaw's bid for a wider audience with Are You Ready for the Country gets a closer look. ...

Waylon Jennings: Are You Ready For The Country

Review by Mick Farren, New Musical Express, 9 October 1976

Waylon breaks thru' Nashville's blanket defense ...

Waylon Jennings: Waylon Live

Review by John Morthland, Creem, April 1977

It wasn't until late 1974 that the Waylon Jennings mystique took hold for me. This is partly because to my mind that's when his sound ...

Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings: Waylon & Willie (RCA)

Review by Mitchell Cohen, Creem, April 1978

'PICK UP The Tempo' again. 'It's Not Supposed To Be That Way' again. Tracking these guys separately or in tandem means a hell of a ...

Gary Stewart: Gary (RCA); The Best of Don Williams, Volume II (MCA); Waylon Jennings: Greatest Hits (RCA)

Review by Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone, 26 July 1979

Been down so long, it looks like down to me ...

Waylon Jennings: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, 29 October 1983

'Nylon' Jennings Sings Silky Jus' For You ...

Waylon Jennings: Honky Tonk Heroes

Retrospective by Gavin Martin, Uncut, September 1998

FOR WAYLON Jennings – born into a dirt poor cotton-picking West Texas family – the wanderlust began as far back as he could remember. ...

Waylon Jennings, 1937-2002

Obituary by Dave Laing, Guardian, The, 15 February 2002

Rebel who revitalised country music and recorded Nashville's first million-selling album. ...


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