Chip off the ol' block of country outlaw Waylon Jennings, who presents the shit-kickin' tunes from his Put The "O" Back In Country debut at the Horseshoe Tuesday (November 8).
Waylon Jennings: This Time
"I kinda rediscovered this album as a whole the other day. It's the first record he produced with his band, his way, and it's hard to find. Most of the material's on the Waylon Live (Expanded Edition), CD, but the original recordings sound amazing."
Hank Williams Jr.: Habits Old And New
From the song Dinosaur: 'That ain't rock 'n' roll you're playing / And it sure ain't country or rhythm & blues / You're singin' a song about makin' love to the drummer / Well, gay guitar players don't turn me on / And we all don't get into Donna Summer / Do you happen to know any old Hank Williams songs?' 'Nuff said."
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Nuthin' Fancy
"If you have a newer print of this record, it has a live version of Railroad Song. Artimus Pyle takes the cake as best rock 'n' roll drummer of the 70s after one listen to this."