11 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Waylon-and-Willie-led 1976 project cemented the outlaw movement’s status as the heaviest thing to hit country since honky-tonk. With Waylon’s wife Jessi Colter and friend Tompall Glaser filling out the posse, the first-ever platinum country album pulled together some of the best tunes from this dream team’s past as part of a fresh concept. The Waylon/Willie duet “A Good Hearted Woman” became outlaw country’s unofficial anthem and earned Nashville’s Most Wanted plenty of ears outside the country crowd.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Waylon-and-Willie-led 1976 project cemented the outlaw movement’s status as the heaviest thing to hit country since honky-tonk. With Waylon’s wife Jessi Colter and friend Tompall Glaser filling out the posse, the first-ever platinum country album pulled together some of the best tunes from this dream team’s past as part of a fresh concept. The Waylon/Willie duet “A Good Hearted Woman” became outlaw country’s unofficial anthem and earned Nashville’s Most Wanted plenty of ears outside the country crowd.

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