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Don't Think Twice

Waylon Jennings

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1.1
Don't Think Twice
Waylon Jennings
3:00
1.2
River Boy
Waylon Jennings
2:45
1.3
Twelfth Of Never
Waylon Jennings
2:24
1.4
The Race Is On
Waylon Jennings
2:30
1.5
Stepping Stone
Waylon Jennings
1:51
1.6
The Real House Of The Rising Sun
Waylon Jennings
3:35
1.7
Just To Satisfy You
Waylon Jennings
2:21
1.8
Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
Waylon Jennings
2:26
1.9
Unchained Melody
Waylon Jennings
3:12
1.10
I Don't Believe You
Waylon Jennings
4:00
1.11
Four Strong Winds
Waylon Jennings
2:54
Total Playing Time    30:58
Don't Think Twice is an album by American country music artist Waylon Jennings, released in 1970 on A&M Records. It consists of previously issued singles and a few unreleased recordings from his days at A&M during 1963-64. The title track, as well as "I Don't Believe You" are covers of Bob Dylan songs. Several of the other songs on the album are standards. "Just to Satisfy You", first recorded by Jennings in 1964, was re-recorded and issued on the 1969 RCA Victor Jennings album Just to Satisfy You.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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