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Waylon Live (The Expanded Edition)


Download links and information about Waylon Live (The Expanded Edition) by Waylon Jennings. This album was released in 1976 and it belongs to Country, Outlaw Country genres. It contains 42 tracks with total duration of 02:07:15 minutes.

Artist: Waylon Jennings
Release date: 1976
Genre: Country, Outlaw Country
Tracks: 42
Duration: 02:07:15
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No. Title Length
1. T for Texas (Live) 4:01
2. Stop the World (And Let Me Off) [Live] 2:13
3. Lonesome, On'ry and Mean (Live) 3:23
4. You Ask Me To (Live) 2:34
5. Louisiana Women (Live) 3:46
6. I'm a Ramblin' Man (Live) 2:45
7. Me and Paul (Live) 3:40
8. It's Not Supposed to Be That Way (Live) 2:41
9. Slow Rollin' Low (Live) 3:15
10. Rainy Day Woman (Live) 2:39
11. Good Hearted Woman (Live) (featuring Willie Nelson) 3:04
12. Mental Revenge (Live) 2:12
13. Amanda (Live) 2:41
14. This Time (Live) 4:03
15. Laid Back Country Picker (Live) 2:57
16. The Last Letter (Live) 3:56
17. Honky Tonk Heroes (Live) 2:56
18. Willie, the Wandering Gypsy and Me (Live) 2:36
19. Donna On My Mind (Live) 2:21
20. We Had It All (Live) 3:01
21. Ladies Love Outlaws (Live) 1:55
22. Big Ball In Cowtown (Live) 2:40
23. Just to Satisfy You (Live) 2:04
24. Anita, You're Dreaming (Live) 2:40
25. Big, Big Love (Live) 2:28
26. Me and Bobby McGee (Live) 4:47
27. If You Can Touch Her At All (Live) 3:01
28. Bob Wills Is Still the King (Live) 3:19
29. Look Into My Teardrops (Live) 2:41
30. Long Way from Home (Live) 3:36
31. The Taker (Live) 2:17
32. Mississippi Woman (Live) 2:02
33. Mona (Live) 3:19
34. Never Been to Spain (Live) 5:13
35. Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line (Live) 2:32
36. Freedom to Stay (Live) 4:01
37. Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again) [Live] 4:05
38. Pick Up the Tempo (Live) 3:36
39. Ain't No God In Mexico (Live) 2:04
40. House of the Rising Sun (Live) 3:43
41. Band Intros (Live) 2:18
42. You Can Have Her (Live) 2:10



Though it was unreleased until 1976, Waylon Live captures Waylon Jennings in 1974, still riding the wave of white-hot excitement generated by Honky Tonk Heroes. Engineered by Al Pachucki — who recorded all of Elvis’s classic concert albums — every sound rings with purpose and clarity. There is flavor enough to transport listeners back to the Western Place in Dallas and the Opry House in Austin, where these songs were recorded over a few dates in September 1974. Even better, there is a wonderful raucousness to the playing. You can really feel the band interacting with the audience, who are essential to the feel of the performance as the band. This is the greatest backing group Waylon ever had, and this is their crowning achievement. Drummer Ritchie Albright and bassist Duke Goff give every song a foot-stomping groove, while harmonica man Roger Crabtree and guitarists Billy Ray Reynolds and Larry Whitmore put the icing on top of each song. But the concert’s MVP is undoubtedly pedal steel player Ralph Mooney, who brightens every corner with his soul and zing.