Waylon Jennings - What Goes Around Comes Around album
When What Goes Around Comes Around was released in late 1979, Waylon Jennings was riding a hot streak of seven number one albums in a row. This didn't reach the top spot only because it was shut out by the phenomenal crossover success of Kenny Rogers' Kenny, so it sat at number two for 14 weeks - so, even if it didn't really reach the top of the charts, it came close enough to count.
Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo – Waylon Jennings. Depósito Legal: M-11910-1980. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All.
It was released in August 1979 as the first single from the album, What Goes Around Comes Around. Come with Me" was Waylon Jennings' eighth No. 1 on the Country chart as a solo artist "Come with Me". Single by Waylon Jennings. from the album What Goes Around Comes Around.
Waylon Jennings chronology. Greatest Hits (1979). What Goes Around Comes Around (1979). Released when the outlaw country movement was already visibly past its prime, What Goes Around Comes Around was Jennings' first album since 1975 not to reach on the Billboard country albums chart, peaking at It remained at for 14 weeks and would have likely topped the charts had it not been for the crossover success of Kenny Rogers' Kenny.
Comes Around (Interlude)" is a song recorded by American singer and songwriter Justin Timberlake for his second studio album, (2006). It was written and produced by Timberlake, Timbaland, and Danja. The song was said by Timberlake to be about betrayal and forgiveness, and was described by some music critics as a "sequel" to his 2002 single "Cry Me a River".
Vinyl record album from country artist, Waylon Jennings. The album cover has some wear due to age and storage. The sleeve may have splits. The album itself looks in VG condition. Waylon Jennings "What Goes Around Comes Around" LP Vinyl Record Album. Vinyl record album from country artist, Waylon Jennings.
Waylon Jennings (1937-2002) had a long career exceeding 40 years. He led a hard life of drug addiction,resulting in bankruptcy,heavy smoking of up to 6 packs a day,4 marriages,the last in 1969 to Jessi Coulter,severe health problems in later years,ending in an early death from diabetes complications. In 1958 he was schedulled to fly with Buddy. Holly and Ritchie Valens on that fateful crash,but gave up his seat. In 1976 he released "Wanted!"with Willie Nelson,Tompall Glasser and Jessi Coulter,the first platinum Country Music album.
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|A1||I Ain't Living Long Like This
Written-By – Crowell*
|A2||If You See Her
Written-By – Newbury*
|B1||Come With Me
Written-By – Howard*
|B2||What Goes Around
Written-By – Smotherman*
|B3||It's The World's Gone Crazy (Cotillion)
Written-By – Silverstein*, Jennings*
|C1||Another Man's Fool
Written-By – Ullrich*
|C2||I Got The Train Sittin' Waitin'
Written-By – Reynolds*
Written-By – Robertson*
|D1||Out Among The Stars
Written-By – Mitchell*
|D2||Old Love, New Eyes
Written-By – Devito*, Crowell*
|AHL1-3493||Waylon Jennings||What Goes Around Comes Around (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||AHL1-3493||US||1979|
|PL-13493||Waylon Jennings||What Goes Around Comes Around (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||PL-13493||Netherlands||1979|
|INTS 5161, NL 43797||Waylon Jennings||What Goes Around Comes Around (LP, Album, RE)||RCA International, RCA International||INTS 5161, NL 43797||UK||1981|
|AHK1-3493||Waylon Jennings||What Goes Around Comes Around (Cass)||RCA Victor||AHK1-3493||US||1979|
|AHL1-3493||Waylon Jennings||What Goes Around Comes Around (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||AHL1-3493||Canada||1979|