Waylon Jennings Classics

by PopMatters Staff

12 October 2006

 

“The Waylon Jennings boxset Nashville Rebel gives reason to consider Jennings as not just a country-music outlaw, but a Wurlitzer Prize winner, whose voice from a jukebox can erase all the pain in the world just by giving voice to it.”
—Dave Heaton, PopMatters review of Nashville Rebel

Waylon Jennings - “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way”

Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson—“Good Hearted Woman”

Waylon Jennings—“Me & Bobby Mcgee”

Waylon Jennings—“Lonesome On’ry and Mean”

Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash—“There Ain’t No Good Chain Gang”

Waylon Jennings—“Amanda”

Waylon Jennings on Austin City Limits

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