Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter collaborated on the album, providing vocals and guitar. In spite of poor sales, Shotgun Willie received good reviews and gained Nelson major recognition with younger audiences.
Ridin’ Shotgun — — Country 70 (4 Wo.) Country: Folgende Lieder erschienen nicht als Single, wurden aber durch das Album zu Download und Streaming bereitgestellt und konnten somit eine Platzierung erlangen: 1975 You Ain’t Never Been Loved (Like I’m Gonna Love You) I’m Jessi Colter — US 64 (5 Wo.) US —
Mirriam Rebecca Joan Johnson (born May 25, 1943), known professionally as Jessi Colter, is an American country singer who is best known for her collaborations with her husband, country musician Waylon Jennings, and for her 1975 crossover hit "I'm Not Lisa".
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That's the Way a Cowboy Rocks and Rolls is the fifth studio album by American country artist, Jessi Colter. The album was released in November 1978 on Capitol Records and was produced by Richie Albright and Waylon Jennings.
Colter's next several solo singles failed to reach positions inside the country top 40. Yet Capitol Records released three more solo studio albums of Colter's material: Mirriam (1977), That's the Way a Cowboy Rocks and Rolls (1978) and Ridin' Shotgun (1981). Colter also collaborated with Waylon Jennings on the 1981 album Leather and ...
Ridin' Shotgun was produced by Randy Scruggs and Waylon Jennings (a country music artist and Colter's husband). It would be Colter's final studio album for Capitol Records after releasing six studio releases under the label. The album spawned four singles, which included her final charting single to date, "Holdin' on" (1982).