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Waymore's Outlaws - Keeping The Spirit Alive (2015)

6-07-2015, 16:41
Music | Country | Rock

Waymore's Outlaws - Keeping The Spirit Alive (2015)

Artist: Waymore's Outlaws
Title Of Album: Keeping The Spirit Alive
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: Waymore 4
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 37:21
Total Size: 101 MB

1. Reds, White Crosses And The Blues (3:21)
2. Nashville Burn (2:08)
3. Laid Back Country Picker (3:27)
4. Ladies Love Outlaws (2:43)
5. Women Do Know How To Carry On (3:44)
6. Lesson In Loneliness (3:25)
7. I Can Get Off On You (2:45)
8. Whistlers And Jugglers (4:19)
9. Lonesome, On'ry And Mean (4:54)
10. This Train (Russell's Song) (3:04)
11. Where Do We Go From Here (3:26)

Waymore’s Outlaws consists of former members of Waylon Jennings recording and touring band, The Waylors, featuring Richie Albright, Waylon’s original drummer, bassman Jerry “Jigger” Bridges, and steel guitarist Fred Newell. Lead guitarist and singer Tommy Townsend adds to their mix of Outlaw music. Waymore’s Outlaws are keeping the spirit of Waylon and his music alive today.

Richie Albright, Waylon’s original drummer, longtime friend, and right-hand man joined Waylon and The Waylors in 1964. Richie not only toured and recorded with Waylon for decades, but produced or co-produced many of Waylon’s records that are still being played on radio today. In the world of country music Richie has made history as a drummer, songwriter, and producer. The list of artists he has played and/or recorded with is a long one, to name a few would include- Jessi Colter, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Jr, Tony Joe White, and Goose Creek Symphony. He continues to produce and perform after a long career which spans fifity years and over forty albums.

Jerry “Jigger” Bridges, who spent a little over two decades out on the road with Waylon, plays bass and tour manages Waymore’s Outlaws. A native of Red Bay, Alabama, Jigger was strongly influenced by the R&B emerging from nearby Muscle Shoals. Following a four-year stint as a staff musician at FAME Recording Studio, he moved to Nashville and began working with Waylon on the “Dukes of Hazzard” soundtrack. After his contributing bass work on Waylon’s Greatest Hits album, Richie and Waylon asked Jigger to join The Waylors on the road.

Fred Newell is a bona fide veteran of the Nashville studio scene who has recorded with everyone from Ray Charles to George Strait. In addition to being the staff lead guitarist on numerous TV shows including Nashville Now, he is respected worldwide for his ability to generate feeling and sounds out of his instruments that many struggle to emulate without success. The first country guitarist to ever receive an endorsement from Marshall Amplifiers, Newell is a guitar legend in many circles. He is unique in that he is considered not only a legendary guitarist, but also one of the top pedal steel players of all time. Fred, having recorded many albums with Waylon, joined Waylon’s touring band on pedal steel during the 90’s after the late and legendary Ralph Mooney had retired from the road.

Tommy Townsend, the bands lead guitarist and singer, is a native of Blairsville, Georgia. Waylon was a pivotal force in Townsend’s life as Tommy had the distinction of being mentored by Waylon in his youth. The two collaborated several times over the years, with Waylon playing guitar and singing harmony on some tracks and co-producing an album on Tommy with Jerry Bridges. Waylon and his band took Tommy under their wings recording in the studio, and occasionally, out for appearances on the road. As a songwriter, Tommy co-wrote three of the songs on the recently released Waymore’s Outlaws CD, Same Ol’Outlaws.

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