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Will the Wolf Survive

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  • Audio CD (29 Aug. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mca
  • ASIN: B00000DWG0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Very good album from one of the all time greatest country-rock artists. Slightly different style to his previous albums, but with the same energy and spirit in his performances. Would recommend.
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I'm biased , l just like Waylon Jennings.
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not one of his best C.D.s
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5.0 out of 5 stars Waylon's Comeback Album of 1986 21 Sept. 2004
By R. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After years of being on RCA and hitting a dry spell in the mid 80s, Waylon departed that label for a new start on MCA. And for the first time that decade, Waylon made a classic album and chose excellent songs from a then unknown Steve Earle (Devil's Right Hand), Los Lobos (the title track) and Don Cook (Working Without A Net) to which Will The Wolf Survive and Working Without A Net both hit top ten. This album comes very close to rock at times, and even though Waylon has stated in his book that working with producer Jimmy Bowen was not much fun, Waylon's vocals has a little more bite to them. The sound is buried in dated digital 80s country sound (which was the norm back then), but the music on this album rocks to the point that even the 80s sound can't bring down the quality of the songs.

The album itself is very hard to find on CD, but MCA has repackaged all of Waylon's MCA albums on a nifty 2 CD set called the Complete MCA Recordings, which would be more cost effective to get than trying to find this CD by itself. While the rest of the MCA albums have their moments and their charm, Will The Wolf Survive is Waylon's lost classic that stands head and shoulders above the other albums.

PS: Universal has quietly reissued Will The Wolf Survive and can be found for 8 dollars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Now available in Waylon's 2CD Complete MCA Recordings! 4 July 2004
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Finally!! I have always loved the Will the Wolf Survive album. I have just about worn out my cassette of it. For years I have looked high and low for this out of print jewel to no avail, but now MCA has finally released the 2CD set Waylon's "The Complete MCA Recordings" which contain the complete songs from the following 4 Waylon albums:
1. Will the Wolf survive
2. Hangin Tough
3. A Man Called Hoss (Another I have searched long for!)
4. Full Circle
So there you are, a great value and some great overlooked recordings!
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4.0 out of 5 stars waylon's best mca recording 13 Sept. 2013
By john thomas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Waylon left RCA after many years to go to MCA. This was his first album for them. I think it is his best record since Black On Black in 1983. This originally came out in 1986. The title song Will The Wolf Survive kind of sounds like maybe Waylon was singing about himself. Working Without A Net was a top ten song. They Aint Got 'Em All, Working Without A Net, Where Does Love Go, That Dog Wont Hunt, What You'll You Do When I'm Gone and Suddenly Single are all good songs. But the last three songs The Shadow Of Your Distant Friend should have been released as a single and would have been a hit. I've Got Me A Woman which show off a not too serious side of Waylon. And The Devil's Right Hand. Which again showed Waylon's outlaw side, should have been a single. He also recorded a completely different version of that later with his Highwaymen buddies. This is a very good cd.
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's Waylon. What would you expect? 4 Nov. 2014
By Mark Guy - Published on Amazon.com
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For some reason, while this album wasn't a huge commercial success, it's been difficult to lay one's hands on.
In my opinion, it's a great record but not one that fitted comfortably into the nice, clean, labled drawers that typical "country" DJs like so well. Then, again, when did Waylon ever fit into those kinds of pre-formulated places?
The title cut (and record title) originated as a Los Lobos song that, I believe, Waylon performs much better that Los Lobos ever did.
There is a cover of John Anderson's song, I Got Me a Woman, that is also done better than the original, in my opinion. All the songs on the record are good songs, actually. My favorites include the title track, Working Without a Net and, above all, Suddenly Single.
If you're a dyed-in-wool Waylon fan, you need this record. Anyone else just needs this record because it's damn good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Waylon Jennings - Will the wolf survive 10 Mar. 2007
By Debgram - Published on Amazon.com
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I think this is one of his best albums. I was looking all over for this and couldn't believe I found it here.
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