16 Biggest Hits: Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson
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- Released: February 21, 2006
- Originally Released: 2006
- Label: RCA
- 1.Waylon JenningsLuckenbach, Texas (Back To The Basics Of Love)
- 2.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonGood Hearted Woman
- 3.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonMammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
- 4.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonI Can Get Off On You
- 5.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonJust To Satisfy You
- 6.Waylon JenningsHeaven Or Hell
- 7.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonIt's Not Supposed To Be That Way
- 8.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonPick Up The Tempo
- 9.Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
- 10.Waylon JenningsA Couple More Years
- 11.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonThe Year 2003 Minus 25
- 12.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonIf You Can Touch Her At All
- 13.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonIf I Can Find A Clean Shirt
- 14.Willie NelsonTake It To The Limit
- 15.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonHeroes
- 16.Waylon Jennings & Willie NelsonNowhere Road
Personnel: Waylon Jennings (vocals, guitar); Willie Nelson (vocals, guitar).
Recording information: Dallas, TX (10/17/1973-02/15/1996); Franklin, TN (10/17/1973-02/15/1996); Nashville, TN (10/17/1973-02/15/1996).
RLG/Legacy's 2006 release 16 Biggest Hits is a compilation of the biggest hits from the biggest duo in outlaw country, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. Not surprisingly, this disc draws heavily on their blockbuster 1978 record Waylon & Willie, containing seven of its 11 tracks, adding two cuts from their 1982 sequel WWII along with scattered songs from their individual solo albums cut between 1977 and 1991, as well as their version of Steve Earle's "Nowhere Road" from the 1996 20th Anniversary Edition of Wanted! The Outlaws. While this is not by any means a complete chronicle of duets by Waylon and Willie, it is an excellent collection of their very best work as a duo (even with the absence of "The Wurlitzer Prize (I Don't Want to Get Over You)" which, admittedly, was more of a Waylon solo track), and is, track-for-track, a better listen than either of the official Waylon and Willie albums. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine
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