Label: Fat Possum
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Waylon Jennings Dreaming My Dreams LP

Waylon Jennings

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Vinyl LP Reissue Features Guest Guitarists Johnny Gimble, Randy Scruggs & Charlie McCoy!

Remastered by Rob Santos, Waylon Jennings classic 1975 album "Dreaming My Dreams" is reissued through Fat Possum Records on vinyl LP.

The album was co-produced with Jack Clement and recorded at Glaser Sound Studio in Nashville, Tennessee, between February and July 1974. The June 1975 release topped the Billboard's Top Country albums chart and peaked at number forty-nine on Billboard's Top LPs & Tapes chart. It became Jennings' first album to be certified gold by the RIAA.

Jennings was elected Male Vocalist of the Year by the Country Music Association in 1975. Tony Glover of Rolling Stone described Jennings as "an ultimate performer". Comparing his studio recordings with his live performances, Glover said Jennings' work in the studio "seems to aim more for the midnight mind."

Billboard praised Jennings' blend of Country music with other genres. The review said,"...the show belongs to Jennings' powerfully distinctive voice and the excellent production of the artist and Jack Clement." It called the recordings a "solid mix of ballad and rockers, some straight country and lots that cannot be classified," and said Jennings is "one of the few artists whose voice is immediately recognizable."

"The human voice is the most important instrument at our disposal, yet it is one of the most difficult to understand or define. You either hear it, or you don't. It either moves you, or it leaves you cold. It has never been successfully reproduced by an electronic synthesizer because it is more than just a is the soul itself.

When I listen to this album I hear the soul of Waylon Jennings, and I am moved by what I hear. It is a beautiful that reflects the joy and the pain of a man who has seen lots of both."
- Neil Diamond

• Vinyl LP

Side A:

1. Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
2. Waymore's Blues
3. I Recall A Gypsy Woman
4. High Time (You Quit Your Lowdown Ways)
5. I've Been A Long Time Leaving (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone)
Side B:
6. Let's All Help the Cowboys (Sing The Blues)
7. The Door Is Always Open
8. Let's Turn Back The Years
9. She's Looking Good
10. Dreaming My Dreams With You
11. Bob Wills Is Still The King

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