Lead Guitar [Lead], Lead Vocals [Lead]
James D. Musil, Jr.*
500 COPIES SOLD ONLY AT JD'S IN PHOENIX, AZ
Though listed in several sources as a live recording, it is in fact a studio album, recorded at Arizona Recorders in Phoenix on December 4, 1964. Equipment used: Ampex Master Recorder, Telefunken and Altec condenser microphones.
In 1961, Jennings and his band began playing a club called J.D.'s in Phoenix, Arizona, owned by J.D. Musil. Jennings' eclectic repertoire, which included country, rock and roll, and folk music, made him a local star as he gained a loyal fan base throughout Arizona. Released to capitalize on Jennings' popularity, Waylon at J.D.'s was sold only at Musil's nightclub, and it sold out quickly and a new batch of albums was pressed, and those sold out as well.