The One and Only (Waylon Jennings album)
|The One and Only Waylon Jennings|
|Studio album by Waylon Jennings|
|Waylon Jennings chronology|
The One and Only is a 1967 album by Waylon Jennings on RCA Camden. "Dream Baby" was previously a hit for Roy Orbison. The Rolling Stones had previously recorded "It's All Over Now". "John's Back in Town" is a comic response to Johnny Cash's "The Singing Star's Queen" from Everybody Loves a Nut (1966), with an identical general concept. The One and Only was reissued in 1976 as The Dark Side of Fame.
In 1976, Pickwick reissued this album as The Dark Side of Fame, without "It's All Over Now".
- "Yes, Virginia" (Liz Anderson) – 2:34
- "Dream Baby" (Cindy Walker) – 2:29
- "You Beat All I Ever Saw" (Johnny Cash) – 2:21
- "She Loves Me (She Don't Love You)" (Nickey Jaco) – 2:22
- It's All Over Now" (Bobby Womack/Shirley Jean Womack) – 2:16
- "Born to Love You" (Woody Starr) – 2:34
- "Down Came the World" (Bozo Darnell/Waylon Jennings) – 2:19
- "The Dark Side of Fame" (Ted Harris) – 2:35
- "John's Back in Town" (Jennings/Bill Mack) – 2:03
- "Listen, They're Playing My Song" (Charlie Williams/Glen Garrison) – 2:50
- Jackson King is Waylon Jennings; he wrote both "John's Back in Town" and "Singing Star's Queen".
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