Waymore's Blues by Waylon Jennings


Summary

'''''Waymore's Blues (Part II)''''' is an album by Waylon Jennings, released on RCA Records in 1994. It was recorded and released at a time in Jennings' career when he wasn't signed to any major label; ''Waymore's Blues (Part II)'' was a one-off return to RCA for the singer following short stints at MCA Records and Epic Records. It was produced by Don Was, who would lend his distinctive style of production to The Highwaymen's The Road Goes on Forever a year later. "You Don't Mess Around with Me" was used in the soundtrack to the movie Maverick, which also featured Jennings on "Amazing Grace". ''Waymore's Blues (Part II)'', whose title is a reference to an earlier, popular Jennings composition, reached #63 on the country charts, with no charting singles. The song "Wild Ones" was done as a music video in 1994.

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