Leather and Lace


Leather and Lace

Infobox Album
Name = Leather and Lace
Type = Studio album
Artist = Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter


Released = January 1981
Recorded =
Genre = Country
Outlaw country
Length =
Label = RCA Victor
Producer = Waylon Jennings
Richie Albright
Reviews =
* Allmusic Rating|3|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:rzavqj6yojja link]
Chronology = Waylon Jennings
Last album = "Music Man"
(1980)
This album = "Leather and Lace"
(1981)
Next album = "Black on Black"
(1982)

"Leather and Lace" is a duet album by Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter, released on RCA Victor in 1981. It was the famous couple's first album together, though they had sung individual duets together prior to the release of "Leather and Lace". "You Never Can Tell (C'est la Vie)" is a well-known Chuck Berry song. "Wild Side of Life" was released rather successfully as a single, reaching #10 on the country charts. The album itself reached #11. Although Jennings was, at the time of the album's release, most famous for his involvement with the outlaw country movement, "Leather and Lace" abandons the outlaw image in favor of calmer selections consisting partly of love songs.

sample box endStevie Nicks was commissioned to write a single for this album which would have been the title cut. She went on to record this with Don Henley on the album "Bella Donna" [http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=3172] , and the two reached #6 on the Billboard charts with their duet.

Track listing

#"You Never Can Tell (C'est la Vie)" (Chuck Berry)
#"Rainy Seasons" (Colter/Basil McDavid)
#"I'll Be Alright" (Jennings/Jerry Bridges/Michael Lawley)
#"The Wild Side of Life" (William Warren/Arlie A. Carter)
#"Pastels & Harmony" (Gordon Payne/Bee Spears)
#"I Believe You Can" (Colter/Basil McDavid)
#"What's Happened to Blue Eyes" (Colter)
#"Storms Never Last" (Colter)
#"I Ain't the One" (Miriam Eddy)
#"You're Not the Same Sweet Baby" (Mickey Newbury)


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