Just to Satisfy You (Remastered) Waylon Jennings

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Label: RCA/Legacy

Genre: Country

Subgenre: Honky Tonk

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  • 1Lonely Weekends02:30
  • 2Sing the Blues to Daddy02:40
  • 3Change My Mind02:28
  • 4Farewell Party02:50
  • 5Rings of Gold02:32
  • 6Alone02:54
  • 7Just to Satisfy You02:15
  • 8I Lost Me02:29
  • 9I've Been Needing Someone Like You02:50
  • 10For the Kids02:39
  • 11I Got You02:36
  • 12Straighten My Mind02:10
  • Total Runtime30:53

Info for Just to Satisfy You (Remastered)

Just to Satisfy You was Jennings tenth release on RCA with Chet Atkins producing. The album contains the Top 5 hit duet "I Got You," which Jennings recorded with Anita Carter. The title track was written with Don Bowman in 1963. The same year, Jennings signed a recording contract with A&M records but his releases had little success, because the main releases of the label were folk music rather than country.[1] However, the single "Just To Satisfy You" backed with Ian Tyson's "Four Strong Winds" were radio hits in Phoenix, Arizona. Singer Bobby Bare, who liked Jennings' style, covered both songs and recommended Jennings to Atkins, who signed him to RCA Victor in 1965.[1] In a 1967 interview, Jennings remarked that the song was a "pretty good example" of the influence of his work with Buddy Holly and rockabilly music.[2] Despite that the song was included in Jennings performing repertoire,[1] it was not released as a single in 1969. In the authorized documentary Renegade Outlaw Legend, Jennings recalls, "We wrote 'Just to Satisfy You,' and I almost didn't even try to record that, 'cause I didn't think it was any good at all. But that song has really lived down through the ages, you might say." The song has been covered by Glen Campbell and Jennings and Willie Nelson would score a hit with the song as a duet in 1982.

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