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16 Biggest Hits: Waylon Jennings


Download links and information about 16 Biggest Hits: Waylon Jennings by Waylon Jennings. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Country, Outlaw Country genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 48:10 minutes.

Artist: Waylon Jennings
Release date: 2005
Genre: Country, Outlaw Country
Tracks: 16
Duration: 48:10
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No. Title Length
1. This Time 2:25
2. I'm a Ramblin' Man 2:48
3. Rainy Day Woman (Live) 2:33
4. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way 2:55
5. Good Hearted Woman (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:59
6. Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love) 3:20
7. The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You) 2:08
8. Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:34
9. I've Always Been Crazy 4:13
10. Amanda 3:01
11. Come With Me 3:01
12. I Ain't Living Long Like This 4:47
13. Theme from the Dukes of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys) 2:09
14. Just to Satisfy You (featuring Willie Nelson) 2:49
15. Lucille (You Won't Do Your Daddy's Will) 3:28
16. Drinkin' and Dreamin' 3:00



Waylon Jennings' baritone voice was capable of both booming force and deep tenderness, and his music boasted tight, propulsive rhythms and spectacular group interplay. And though best-known as a master interpreter with uncanny taste in material, he also penned a few diamonds of his own. 16 Biggest Hits is a worthwhile introduction to Hoss’s music and style, focusing primarily on his halcyon mid-‘70s Outlaw days. Songs like “I’m a Ramblin’ Man,” “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way,” and “Ain’t Livin’ Long Like This” are quintessential Outlaw Waylon tracks — insistent, defiant, and full of forward momentum. Yet, on tracks like the beautiful, heartfelt “Amanda,” Jennings proves himself to be a sincere, touching balladeer. On the Jennings original “This Time,” he forges a winning blend of both styles, and his co-written duet with Willie Nelson, “Good Hearted Woman,” exudes joy. This compilation merely scratches the surface, forgoing not only the best of his ‘60s work, but also a raft of incredible cuts from the 1970s, a time when Jennings was pumping out classic LP after classic LP. But if you’re looking to discover the Jennings sound for the first time, this will suit you fine.