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Category: Waylon Jennings

Waylon Did Dylan in ’65

How humorous to browse a chronological listing of Waylon Jennings albums starting in 1964 – eleven on RCA by my count, following his debut LP At JD’s – when out of nowhere, A&M suddenly decides to issue its first and only album by Jennings, long after his brief run of singles (1963-65)

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“Abilene”: It’s the Bass

“Abilene” was originally an album track on Bob Gibson’s 1957 album, I Come For To Sing: The song became a #1 country single for George Hamilton IV in 1963. The following year Waylon Jennings would also record “Abilene” but release it solely as an album track on his one and

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