Waylon & Willie [Buddha]

Waylon & Willie [Buddha]

by Waylon Jennings
     
 

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It sat on the top of the country charts for 11 weeks and went double platinum, making it one of the biggest hits in either Waylon Jennings' or Willie Nelson's catalog. Years after its initial 1978 release, Waylon & Willie remains one of their biggest-selling albums. Released in early 1978, a few months after Jennings' Ol' Waylon spent 13 weeks on the top…  See more details below

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It sat on the top of the country charts for 11 weeks and went double platinum, making it one of the biggest hits in either Waylon Jennings' or Willie Nelson's catalog. Years after its initial 1978 release, Waylon & Willie remains one of their biggest-selling albums. Released in early 1978, a few months after Jennings' Ol' Waylon spent 13 weeks on the top of the charts in the summer of 1977, thanks in part to the hit single "Luckenbach, Texas" featuring a chorus sung by Nelson, the album was intended as a celebration of the peak of outlaw, as both singers are more or less in command of their talents here. Waylon's original "Lookin' for a Feeling" is sturdy and the album-closing "The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You)" is brilliant, possibly the best song here, even if the heart of the record -- what the album is selling -- is the four duets with Willie. One of these, of course, is the monster hit "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys," with two others -- "The Year 2003 Minus 25" and "Don't Cuss the Fiddle" -- being laid-back, funny Kris Kristofferson songs that showcase Waylon & Willie's roguish humor and charm. The other, "Pick Up the Tempo" -- like Willie's three solo tracks, a previously released Waylon recording stripped of his vocals and overdubbed by Nelson -- is one of Willie's classics.

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Product Details

Release Date:
01/23/2001
Label:
Buddha
UPC:
0744659977329
catalogNumber:
99773

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Waylon Jennings   Primary Artist,Indexed Contributor,Guitar,Electric Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals
Buddy Emmons   Steel Guitar
Willie Nelson   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Vocals
Bobby Wood   Piano
Jessi Colter   Organ,Piano
Ritchie Albright   Drums
Don Brooks   Harmonica
Gene Chrisman   Percussion,Drums
Bobby Emmons   Keyboards
Duke Goff   Bass
Sherman Hayes   Bass
John Leslie Hug   Guitar
Mike Leech   Bass
Kyle Lehning   Organ,Piano,Trumpet
Chips Moman   Guitar
Ralph Mooney   Steel Guitar
Fred Newell   Rhythm Guitar
Gordon Payne   Acoustic Guitar,Harmonica,Vocal Harmony
Barny Robertson   Organ,Keyboards,Vocal Harmony
Carter Robertson   Organ,Keyboards,Vocal Harmony
Rance Wasson   Acoustic Guitar,Vocal Harmony
Larry Whitmore   Rhythm Guitar
Reggie Young   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Becky Williams   Vocal Harmony
Dee Moeller   Organ,Piano
Eddy Anderson   Drums

Technical Credits

Ed Bruce   Composer
Waylon Jennings   Composer,Producer,Author
Willie Nelson   Composer,Producer
Stevie Nicks   Composer
Lee Clayton   Composer
David Cherry   Engineer
Bobby Emmons   Composer
Ken Mansfield   Producer
Chips Moman   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Chet Flippo   Original Liner Notes
Rich Kienzle   Liner Notes
Joel Whitburn   Chart Information
Bill K. Myers   Illustrations
Rob Santos   Reissue Producer
Christine Chagnon   Reissue Design
Ken Mayfield   Producer
Patsy Bruce   Composer
Herb Burnette   Art Direction
Bob Jones   Art Direction
L. Clayton   Composer

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