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Waylon Jennings (Official Thread)

Discussion in 'Country Music' started by Lynch, Feb 13, 2011.

  1. Lynch

    Lynch Here for the cookies and the tunes

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    ^^^ Damn straight!


    A couple of guys that did all of the above ... both of which were pivotal in rewriting the rules of Nashville at the time. Some would call them saints, others called them outlaws. :D

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    Phil B. Far Out Man!

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    :grinthumb I call them innovators as well!
     
  3. Lynch

    Lynch Here for the cookies and the tunes

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    A long standing favorite of mine (among countless others) of Waylon's glory years. Clyde, the JJ Cale tune, done with a heavy dose of Waylon's seasonings and spices.

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    Waylon - Clyde

     
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    Ra__ Junior Member

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    Can anyone help me?
    I was a Country DJ in '88 and '91.
    There was a Waylon song that had a great whip sound effect in it.
    It was a slow, stripped down song.
    I can't remember the name.
    I've gone through his albums on Amazon and YouTube listening to samples but couldn't find it.
     
  5. Lynch

    Lynch Here for the cookies and the tunes

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    Will be playing Waylon in heavy rotation this week in honor and remembrance of my all-time favorite country artist who passed on Feb 13th, 2002.

    Will still never forget the day he passed. I was sitting in the kitchen, and the news came across the radio, on a rock and roll station no less. I just sat there at the table and started crying. I still tear up due to my love for the man and what his music still means to me both in my growing up as well as through my adult life.

    Miss ya hoss! Thank you for the great music you left for us! :cheers:

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