℗ 2012 Turner-Up Recording and The Waylon Arnold Jennings Revocable Trust.
Duration 1h 29m 00s
Record Label Saguaro Road Records
Release Date September 25, 2012
Genre Country
 

Goin' Down Rockin': The Last Recordings

Waylon Jennings

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1.1
Goin' Down Rockin'
Waylon Jennings
3:58
1.2
Belle of the Ball
Waylon Jennings
4:55
1.3
If My Harley Was Runnin'
Waylon Jennings
3:27
1.4
I Do Believe
Waylon Jennings
3:31
1.5
Friends in California
Waylon Jennings
3:06
1.6
The Ways of the World
Waylon Jennings
5:31
1.7
Shakin' the Blues
Waylon Jennings
3:06
1.8
Never Say Die
Waylon Jennings
3:39
1.9
Wastin' Time
Waylon Jennings
3:02
1.10
Sad Songs and Waltzes
Waylon Jennings
2:26
1.11
She Was No Good for Me
Waylon Jennings
4:19
1.12
Wrong Road to Nashville
Waylon Jennings
3:30
1.13
Goin' Down Rockin' (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:58
1.14
Belle of the Ball (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
4:55
1.15
If My Harley Was Runnin' (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:27
1.16
I Do Believe (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:31
1.17
Friends in California (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:06
1.18
The Ways of the World (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
5:31
1.19
Shakin' the Blues (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:06
1.20
Never Say Die (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:39
1.21
Wastin' Time (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:02
1.22
Sad Songs and Waltzes (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
2:26
1.23
She Was No Good for Me (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
4:19
1.24
Wrong Road to Nashville (Acoustic)
Waylon Jennings
3:30
Duration    1h 29m 00s
Goin' Down Rockin': The Last Recordings is a posthumous album by American country music artist Waylon Jennings, released on September 25, 2012. The release includes eight unreleased songs written and recorded by Jennings along with his bassist Robby Turner during the last years of his life as well as eight songs never released before in any version. Jennings recorded the songs only playing his guitar and singing while accompanied by Turner on the bass. Further instrumentation was planned, but it was stopped due to Jennings' death in 2002. Turner completed the recordings ten years later with the help of members of Jennings' band The Waylors.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Saguaro Road Records Studio Masters

Track 7 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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