Turn the Page (album)

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Turn the Page
Studio album by Waylon Jennings
Released July 1985
Genre Country
Outlaw country
Label RCA Victor
Producer Jerry Bridges
Gary Scruggs
Waylon Jennings chronology
Turn the Page
Sweet Mother Texas

Turn the Page is an album by Waylon Jennings, released on RCA Records in 1985. Jennings recorded the album at a time when he was completely drug-free; this had not occurred in his career for around twenty years. Among others, the record contains "Rhiannon," a smash hit for Fleetwood Mac written by lead vocalist Stevie Nicks for their self-titled album of 1975 (This would be Waylon's second cover of Stevie Nicks. He covered her "Gold Dust Woman" on his Waylon and Willie album. She also wrote "Leather and Lace" for Waylon and Jessie, but kept the song for herself and made it a top single for her 1981 debut solo album Belladonna), "Good Morning John", a tribute song to Johnny Cash written by Kris Kristofferson, "Drinkin' and Dreamin'", which reached #2 on the country charts, and "Turn the Page", the title track, penned by Bob Seger. "Broken Promise Land" was later a single for Mark Chesnutt from his 1991 album Too Cold at Home. Turn the Page itself, the second-to-last studio album Jennings would release for RCA at a point when the demand for his music had already diminished significantly, reached #23 on the country album charts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The Devil's on the Loose" (Larry Willoughby)
  2. "You Showed Me Somethin' About Lovin'" (Phil Redrow)
  3. "Good Morning John" (Kris Kristofferson)
  4. "The Broken Promise Land" (Bill Rice, Sharon Rice)
  5. "Don't Bring It Around Anymore" (Gary Nicholson, Marshall Morgan, Nancy Montgomery, Walter McEuen)
  6. "Rhiannon" (Stevie Nicks)
  7. "Drinkin' and Dreamin'" (Troy Seals, Max D. Barnes) – 2:59
  8. "As Far as the Eye Can See" (Billy Gale)
  9. "Turn the Page" (Bob Seger) – 4:37
  10. "Those Kind of Memories" (Jim McBride, Stewart Harris)

Bonus tracks[edit]

  1. "America" (Sammy Johns)


  • Producer: Jerry Bridges, Gary Scruggs
  • Art Direction: Tal Howell
  • Cover Photography: Jim McGuire


  • Pickers: Waylon Jennings, Ralph Mooney, Jerry Bridges, Gary Scruggs, Floyd Domino, Dan Mustoe, Sony Curtis, Wayne Jackson
  • Singers: Waylon Jennings, Patti Leatherwood, Kay Milete, Colleen Peterson, Bonnie Gallie

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1985) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 23


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