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The Complete MCA Recordings


Download links and information about The Complete MCA Recordings by Waylon Jennings. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Country, Outlaw Country genres. It contains 42 tracks with total duration of 02:14:02 minutes.

Artist: Waylon Jennings
Release date: 2004
Genre: Country, Outlaw Country
Tracks: 42
Duration: 02:14:02
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No. Title Length
1. Will the Wolf Survive? 3:28
2. They Ain't Got 'Em All 2:44
3. Working Without a Net 2:42
4. Where Does Love Go 2:15
5. That Dog Won't Hunt 2:55
6. What You'll Do When I'm Gone 2:57
7. Suddenly Single 2:46
8. The Shadow of Your Distant Friend 4:01
9. I've Got a Woman 2:45
10. The Devil's Right Hand 3:29
11. Baker Street 4:33
12. I Can't Help the Way I Don't Feel About You 4:20
13. Rose In Paradise 3:41
14. Crying Don't Even Come Close 2:27
15. Chevy Van 3:05
16. Fallin' Out 3:34
17. Deep In the West 3:56
18. Between Fathers and Sons 3:16
19. The Crown Prince 4:06
20. Defying Gravity (Executioner's Song) 3:29
21. Prologue 3:36
22. Chapter One - Childhood: Littlefield 2:08
23. Chapter Two - Texas: You'll Never Take Texas Out of Me 2:55
24. Chapter Three - First Love: You Went Out with Rock 'n' Roll 2:19
25. Chapter Four - Lost Love: A Love Song (I Can't Sing Anymore) 2:37
26. Chapter Five - Nashville: If Old Hank Could Only See Us Now 2:51
27. Chapter Six - Crazies: My Rough and Rowdy Days 2:33
28. Chapter Seven - Drugs: I'm Living Proof (There's Life After You) 3:15
29. Chapter Eight - Jessi: You Deserve the Stars in My Crown 2:42
30. Chapter Nine - Reflections: Turn It All Around 2:23
31. Chapter Ten - The Beginning: Where Do We Go from Here 4:49
32. Trouble Man 3:15
33. Grapes on the Vine 2:56
34. Which Way Do I Go (Now That I'm Gone) 3:09
35. Yoyos, Bozos, Bimbos & Heroes 3:07
36. It Goes with the Territory 3:44
37. How Much Is It Worth to Live In L.A.? 2:53
38. Hey Willie 1:59
39. You Put the Soul In the Song 3:32
40. G.I. Joe 2:55
41. Woman I Hate It 4:34
42. Somewhere Between Ragged & Right (featuring John Anderson) 3:21



Since Waylon Jennings left RCA for MCA in 1986, Waylon Jennings: The Complete MCA Recordings opens sounding very ‘80s with the slick production that was indicative of the era. Still, starting with a stellar cover of Los Lobos’ “Will The Wolf Survive?” is an awesome way to set the tone for this 42-song-deep compilation. The endearingly maudlin “Suddenly Single” blends AM-radio soft-rock synthesizers with twangy fragments of the urban cowboy sound, but hearing Waylon sing, “If I wasn’t over 30 I just might move back in with mom and dad” takes the cake. He also gives Steve Earle’s “The Devil’s Right Hand” a sharp sense of authority, while his cover of “Baker Street” – that’s right, Waylon Jennings covers Gerry Rafferty’s “Baker Street” – actually ends up playing less like a guilty pleasure and more like a definitive version. “Somewhere Between Ragged and Right” ends with some of the most beautiful guitar work here.