Monday, November 22, 2010
– A three-CD tribute to Waylon Jennings featuring new recordings from Alabama and Jamey Johnson, will hit the streets in Feb. 8, 2011 with the first volume.
Big Machine music is putting out "The Music Inside - Volume 1, Collaboration dedicated to Waylon Jennings." Are You Sure Hank Done It this Way will be Alabama's first new recording in about a decade. Other songs are:
This Time - Jamey Johnson
I'm a Ramblin' Man - Randy Houser
Belle of the Ball - Shooter Jennings
Good Hearted Woman - Sunny Sweeney and Jessi Colter
Don't You Think This Outlaw Bit's Done Got Out of Hand - Jams Otto
Just to Satisfy You - John Hiatt with Waylon Jennings
Rose in Paradise - Kris Kristofferson with Patty Griffin
You Ask Me To - Trace Adkins
Go Down Rockin - Waylon Jennings
Bonus Track: The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You) - Waylon Jennings
The single from Alabama will be released to radio Nov. 29.
Volumes 2 and 3 are slated to be out later in 2011.
Big Machine records will distribute the music.
The Lost Nashville Sessions
One of the original icons of the so-called Outlaw Country movement, Waylon Jennings left behind any number of contemporary classics and albums that still resonate in Americana realms. Yet, when he passed away prematurely in 2002, one couldn't help get the impression there was more material yet to be discovered. These sessions, rescued from some dusty vaults, add to that legacy, if only for the historical importance gained through hearing them in retrospect. Originally recorded for a series »»»
Goin' Down Rockin - The Final Recordings
The title of this posthumously released 12-song set would suggest that Waylon Jennings let out one last howl of fury and rebellion before he passed away in early 2002. In actuality, these recordings feature the famed country music outlaw in a more sober and reflective mood. Whether writing fresh tunes for the occasion or drawing on underappreciated songs from his past, Jennings seems to be summing up the issues of his life before chucking it all in.
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Waylon Jennings will always be considered among the elite of country music. He was equally appealing as both a traditional country artist and that of a renegade, and this posthumously released CD done in conjunction with his son Shooter and his backing band The .357's can only attest to that point. It is a wonderful outing indicative of Jennings range from that of a rogue as on both Lonesome On'ry and Mean and Are You Ready for the Country to the reflective observer on the pristine Jack of Diamonds. »»»