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Waylon Jennings: Ramblin' Man

Stephen K. Peeples, Cash Box, 12 July 1975

MANY ARTISTS project a schizophrenic split between their music and their personal lives; not so with Waylon Jennings. Waylon's personal life is his music and it reads like the proverbial open book. "I have to feel good about my music," he told me on a recent visit to LA. His songs are direct descriptions of honky-tonk roadhouses; loves lost, found and realized on the road and off; lifestyle statements and answers for those who criticize his "maverick" ways.

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