Eagle songs Product Information
Eagle album for sale by Waylon Jennings was released Jun 24, 2003 on the Sony Music label. The Eagle includes the Top Five hit "Wrong" as well as "Where Corn Don't Grow, " "What Bothers Me Most" and the title track. ~ Jason Ankeny Recording information: Eleven Eleven Sound Studios, Nashville, TN; Music Mill. Illustrator: Keith Powell. Photographer: Señor McGuire. Unknown Contributor Role: Keith Powell. Personnel: Waylon Jennings (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals); Jimmy Capps (acoustic guitar, mandolin); Jerry Bridges (acoustic guitar); Brent Mason (electric guitar); Paul Franklin (steel guitar, dobro); Barry Walsh (keyboards); Jeff Hale (drums). ...See Full Description
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Waylon Jennings - Eagle Album Track Listing
|1||Workin' Cheap |
|2||What Bothers Me Most See All 2 |
|3||Eagle See All 8 ||2:51|| $0.99||(Available)|
|4||Her Man |
|5||Wrong See All 4 ||3:02|| $0.99||(Available)|
|6||Where Corn Don't Grow |
|7||Reno and Me |
|8||Too Close to Call|
|9||Waking up With You |
|10||Old Church Hymns and Nursery Rhymes|
Eagle buy CD music Customer Reviews
||Good one - but I had to listen several time to like it|
Not the tracks you hear often - but fine pieces from a big artist.
By msw (Zurich, Switzerland)
||Eagle finally rereleased|
It's good to see the Eagle finally on CD at an affordable price! Many of these songs were recorded later by other artists such as Travis Tritt and Gary Allan.
By a reviewer (Colorado)
I disagree with others on this one, this is my favorite Waylon Jennings recording!
By gayroach (Canyon Lake, Texas)
||waylon, not at his best|
waylon is my favorite artist, so i'll buy any of his albums,but this has been one of my least favorites. it is not really a bad album, it's just such high standards on the others.
By mwoods (Hominy,OK.)
|Have you heard this album?
Eagle songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||5888073|
|Release Date||Jun 24, 2003|
|Producer||Bobby Montgomery; Richie Albright|
|Engineer||Joe Scaife; John Abbott; Michael McCarthy; Rodney Good; Paul Goldberg|
|Recording Time||29 minutes|
|Personnel||Paul Franklin - steel guitar, dobro|
Brent Mason - electric guitar
Waylon Jennings - acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals
Jimmy Capps - acoustic guitar, mandolin
Jerry Bridges - acoustic guitar
Barry Walsh - keyboards
Jeff Hale - drums
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Eagle CD music Two aging outlaws swap reminisces and argue good-naturedly about who's caused the most trouble. Every once in a while they work themselves up to doing more damage. Small flashes of tossed-off brilliance appear in nearly every song, but sometimes it's hard to tell what's part of the pair's casual charm and what's just laziness: when the clever "Old Age and Treachery" (always overcome youth and skill) falls apart at the end, it's infuriating. Like much of either singer's output, Clean Shirt sounds a bit wrinkled at first, but most of the album holds up to repeated listening. ~ Brian Mansfield
Recorded at the Bennett House, Franklin, Tennessee.
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|20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Waylon Jennings CD (2000) |
Eagle CD music Digitally remastered by Jim Phillips (Universal Mastering Studios-West, North Hollywood, California).
This is part of MCA's 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection series.
Despite its ambitious title, this compilation actually focuses on only one small section of Waylon's career, from 1986-89. Consequently, anyone expecting an introduction to Jennings' oeuvre here will wind up rather confused.
Although Jennings spent the '70s breaking country taboos left and right as a founder of the outlaw country movement, by the '80s, his hard living had begun to catch up with him. By the middle of the decade he was led by slick production values rather than spearheading the sessions with his previous vigor. The feel of many tracks here is consequently more staid and the arrangements glossier than previous. The studio techniques of the '80s find their way into the arrangements, as synthesizers adorn several cuts, but then Waylon was never an Opry-loving Luddite when it came to such things. Despite the changes in Jennings' style, his inimitable voice is as commanding as ever, and there are some definite high points. The it-ain't-like-the-old-days griping of "If Ole Hank Could See Us Now," is endearingly ironic rather than reactionary. "Trouble Man" is agreeably swampy and ornery (probably due to the Tony Joe White co-write), and his version of Los Lobos' "Will the Wolf Survive?" is revelatory.
Includes liner notes by Rich Kienzle.
Liner Note Author: Rich Kienzle.
Photographer: Wayne Knight.
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