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Thirty Nine Years Ago: Waylon Jennings Releases ‘I’ve Always Been Crazy’

Thirty Nine Years Ago: Waylon Jennings Releases ‘I’ve Always Been Crazy’

On this date in 1978, RCA released Waylon Jennings’ I’ve Always Been Crazy album. The record was produced by Jennings and Waylon’s drummer Richie Albright with a cast of players that included Tony Joe White, Ralph Mooney, Carter Robertson, Reggie Young, and Bee Spears.

The title track, a Jennings composition, became his sixth #1 as a solo artist, remaining there for three weeks and spending a total of thirteen weeks on the country singles chart.

Track Listing:

1. “I”ve Always Been Crazy” (Waylon Jennings) – 4:12
2. “Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out of Hand” (Jennings) – 3:00
3. “Billy” (Tony Joe White) – 4:18
4. “A Long Time Ago” (Jennings, Shel Silverstein) – 2:23
5. “As the ‘Billy World Turns” (Jennings) – 3:00
6. Medley of Buddy Holly Hits: (Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly, Joe B. Mauldin, Norman Petty) – 6:04
7. “Well All Right”
8. “It’s So Easy”
9. “Maybe Baby”
10. “Peggy Sue”
11. “I Walk the Line” (Johnny Cash) – 3:31
12. “Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down” (Merle Haggard) – 3:31
13. “Girl I Can Tell (You’re Trying to Work It Out)” (Fred Carter, Jennings) – 2:40
14. “Whistlers and Jugglers” (Shel Silverstein) – 4:34

Source: Wikipedia

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July 18th, 2017

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