Waylon Jennings – 1983 – Stockholm, Sweden


Waylon Jennings
Stockholm Sweden
TV Broadcast

01 Introduction
02 Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand
03 Waymore’s Blues
04 Amanda
05 I Can Get Off On You
06 Breaking Down
07 A Couple More Years
08 Theme from ‘The Dukes Of Hazzard’
09 Intro of Jessi Colter
10 Storms Never Last
11 This Time
12 Rainy Day Woman
13 Band Introductions
14 Just To Satisfy You
15 I’ve Been A Long Time Leaving
16 Good Hearted Woman
17 I’ve Always Been Crazy
18 Mama’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
19 Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
20 I Ain’t Living Long Like This
21 Honky Tonk Heroes

0:00:00 Introduction
0:02:40 Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand
0:05:46 Waymore’s Blues
0:07:52 Amanda
0:10:50 I Can Get Off On You
0:13:20 Breaking Down
0:16:00 A Couple More Years
0:19:34 Theme from ‘The Dukes Of Hazzard’
0:21:46 Intro of Jessi Colter
0:22:23 Storms Never Last
0:25:45 This Time
0:28:18 Rainy Day Woman
0:30:31 Band Introductions
0:31:48 Just To Satisfy You
0:33:36 I’ve Been A Long Time Leaving
0:36:40 Good Hearted Woman
0:39:28 I’ve Always Been Crazy
0:43:52 Mama’s Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
0:46:40 Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way
0:50:53 I Ain’t Living Long Like This
0:56:16 Honky Tonk Heroes

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Waylon Jennings – 1979 – Nebraska


Waylon Jennings
Country Greats In Concert

1. Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand
2. Are You Ready For The Country
3. Waymore Blues
4. Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
5. I’ve Always Been Crazy
6. Amanda
7. Slow Rollin’ Low
8. Come With Me
9. A Long Time Ago
10. I’ve Been A Long Time Leaving
11. Looking For A Feeling
12. Good Hearted Woman
13. Luckenbach, Texas
14. Honky Tonk Heroes
15. Interview
16. Interview

Runtime – 45 Minutes 19 Seconds

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Waylon Jennings – 10/26/1985 – Elmira, NY

Waylon Jennings
Samuel Clemens Performing Arts Center
Elmira, New York
October 26, 1985

01 Luckenbach, Texas
02 Are You Ready For The Country
03 Clyde
04 Amanda
05 I Can Get Off On You
06 Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line
07 Lonesome, On’ry and Mean
08 I May Be Used
09 Don’t You Think This Outlaw Bit’s Done Got Out Of Hand
10 Theme From “The Dukes Of Hazzard”
11 Good Hearted Woman
12 Sure Hank Done It This Way
13 Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies
14 Ain’t Livin’ Long Like This
15 I’ve Always Been Crazy

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Waylon Jennings – 08/12/1978 – Nashville, TN

Waylon Jennings
Grand Ole Opry House
Nashville, TN

set list

are you ready for the country
lonesome aunery and mean
long time gone
a long time ago
jack of diamonds?
this time
let the world call me a fool
i’ve always been crazy
don’t you think this outlaw business (done got out of hand)
good hearted woman
mama don’t let you babies grow up to be cowboys
luchenbach texas
honky tonk heros
are you sure hank done it this way>end


great sounding show.

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Waylon Jennings – 4/xx/1976 – Ft Worth, TX

Waylon Jennings and the Waylors
Tarrant County Convention Center
Ft.Worth, Texas
April, 1976


Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line
Ladies Love Outlaws
Long Time Gone
Lonesome,Orn’ry And Mean
Let’s All Help The Cowboys (Sing The Blues)
This Time
Dreaming My Dreams With You
Can’t You See
Slow Rollin’ Low
Me & Bobby McGee
Suspicious Minds (w/Jessi Colter)
Band Introductions
Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?
Outro Music
I’m A Ramblin’ Man
Back In The Saddle (Tease) > Good Hearted Woman (w/Willie Nelson)
Bob Wills Is Still The King

Band Members:
Waylon Jennings – Vocals, Guitar
Richie Albright – Drums
– Listen to track 13 for remaining band members

I received this show as a trade years ago….there may be other copies available from other traders.

Recorded during the height of the Outlaw country movement, which had moved into the mainstream and long before Waylon and Willie had their bitter falling out. The Outlaws where riding the wave of the first country Platinum selling LP “Wanted! The Outlaws”.
Out of all the artists involved in the Outlaw country movement, I always felt Waylon was the poster child for the movement and lived the outlaw country life…while Willie was note perfect every night, Waylon changed up his shows, flubbed lines at times (with some chemical help) and was occasionally out of tune but attacked every show like it may be his last…another words he put on a helluva show night after night.

This show came to me dated only as 1976, I’ve found the Waylon collectors don’t appear to be too detailed with dates as 90% of the shows I have are only dated with the year. There are a few clues in the show that can help narrow it down and I’ve landed on the most likely date being sometime in April.

First off, before “Suspicious Minds” Waylon mentions that the song had just been
re-released, the re-released single first hit the charts on May 1st, 1976 peaking at No. 2. It appears the single was re-released in April. In addition, Waylon was in the studio recording in March, it’s documented that on March 22nd he recorded “Are You Ready For The Country” and on March 24th he recorded “Jack O’ Diamonds”.
“Wanted! The Outlaws” went Platinum on March 30th which possibly spurred the re-release of “Suspicious Minds”.

Waylon announces during the show that there will be a Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic in Gonzalez, Texas and it would stand to reason April would be a likely timeframe for this announcement. There is a possibility the show took place in March but it’s not likely it was earlier than that.

The show itself is a classic, recorded very close to the stage with minimal to no crowd noise, there is nice instrument separation and clarity. There was a slight high pitched hum that I took out but other than that not much had to be done besides some slight editing.

Waylon always did great rock covers from “Midnight Rider” to “Are You Ready For The Country” to “Will The Wolf Survive” and we get two of his best here with “Can’t You See” and “Suspicious Minds”.

We are fortunate to have such a great sounding audience recording of this historic tour!

Sit back, Crank it UP and Enjoy!

Unknown audience > CDR > MacBook Pro > Peak Pro XT > xACT 1.59 > Flac with Trader’s Little Helper> Torrent with Trader’s Little Helper

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Waylon Jennings – 8/02/1975 – Sugarloaf, ME

Waylon Jennings
August 2, 1975
Sugarloaf, Maine
uncirculated soundboard tape
opening act was The Outerspace Band

01 Honky Tonk Heroes 4:11
02 Are You sure Hank Done It This Way? 3:11
03 Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line 1:36 [incomplete: drop-out early on and interrupted by technical problem]
04 You Ask Me To 2:33
05 Ladies Love Outlaws 1:47
06 Long Time Gone 3:01
07 Louisiana Women 3:57
08 I’ve Been a Long Time Leaving (But I’ll Be a Long Time Gone) 2:19
09 Amanda 2:14
10 Pick Up the Tempo 3:09
11 Me and Paul 3:40
12 Let’s Turn Back the Years 2:55
13 This Time 3:20
14 Me and Bobbie McGee 6:09
15 unknown fragment 0:43 [tape flip]
16 Rainy Day Woman 2:28
17 Bob Wills Is Still The King 2:38
18 band intros 1:05
19 I’m a Ramblin’ Man 5:13

total time: 56:18

band members as far as I can tell:

Waylon Jennings: vocals, guitar
Gordon Payne :guitar, vocals, harmonica
Kyle Lehning : keyboards
Ralph Mooney: pedal steel guitar
Duke Goff :bass
Richie Albright: drums

Notes: pretty good soundboard tape – could be the master or a dub from the master; the audience is distant and some instruments are isolated to one channel but all in all a nice and listenable recording.
Someone throws a rock at the stage but no one is harmed, and Waylon seems to be having a good time anyway.

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Waylon Jennings – 1974 – Abbott, TX

Waylon Jennings & The Waylors
Abbott High School
Abbott, Texas
Fall, 1974

“Abbott High School’s PTA Homecoming”

Willie Nelson Intro > Lonesome, On’ry and Mean
Good Hearted Woman
Treats You Right
Pretend I Never Happened
Me & Bobby McGee
Good Time Charlie’s Got The Blues
(DJ Talk)
Amanda (In Progress)
Laid Back Country Picker
You Asked Me To
Freedom To Stay (DJ unintentional interruption)
Honky Tonk Heroes
The Last Letter
(DJ Talk)
You Can Have Her
T For Texas
Only Daddy That’ll Walk The Line

Recorded around the same time as the excellent “Waylon Live” and the outlaw country masterpiece “The Ramblin’ Man” this is prime Waylon around the time outlaw country music was starting to find its way but before it was to explode into the mainstream with “Wanted! The Outlaws” released in 1976, becoming the first platinum country record.

A regional broadcast of a mini festival on KAMC radio. The DJ’s unintentionally interrupt the broadcast at one point carrying on a conversation as if they have no clue they are on the air. It’s unfortunate as it interrupts the show but it is somewhat humorous. I’m not sure what they were thinking except they seem to be pretty proud to be broadcasting live while carrying on a fairly amateurish production including interviewing a couple of audience members who’s burning question is “who’s played so far”.

This show has been circulating as 1974 and never given a specific date. Research has pointed to it being in the Fall of ’74, Waylon played the Western Palace in Dallas on September 25th which is documented on “Waylon Live”. Looking at the song selection which includes “Amanda” from “The Ramblin’ Man” released in September of 1974 as well as a lot of the same songs featured on “Waylon Live” it would stand to reason this is part of the same series of shows. In addition, High School Homecomings generally takes place during football season in the Fall. Though no specific date has surfaced, none of this has ever been officially released.

If only it contained Waylon’s knockout version of “Midnight Rider” from “The Ramblin’ Man” but that will have to wait for a future upload.

Includes artwork I put together which is also attached below…


FM Broadcast of Unknown Gen > CDR > MacBook Pro > xACT 1.59 > Flac

KAMC FM Broadcast

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