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George Jones  - Country Hit Maker flac album
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Country singer and songwriter George Jones was born into poverty, but became a successful musician later in life. His first hit was the 1955 song "Why Baby Wh. Synopsis. George Jones was born in Saratoga, Texas, in 1931. But Jones maintained a presence on the charts on his own as well, scoring Top 10 hits with the 1964 single "The Race Is On" (No. 3) and 1965’s Love Bug (No. 6). The latter half of the 1960s was much the same for Jones, with both his solo efforts and his collaborations meeting enthusiastic reception.

Features Song Lyrics for George Jones's Country & Western Music Hit Parade, Vol. 1 album. George Jones - Country & Western Music Hit Parade, Vol. Artist: George Jones. Send "George Jones" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: Country & Western Music Hit Parade, Vol. 1. 0.

Jones Country is an album by American country music artist George Jones released in 1983 on the Epic Records label. The album's name was taken from an outdoor music park operated and owned by Jones in Texas near his birthplace between the years of 1983 through 1988 prior to his and his wife's return to the Nashville, Tennessee area in 1989

On Aug. 31, 1974, Jones earned a No. 1 hit with his song The Grand Tour, which was the title track of his 41st studio album. 31 was a big anniversary in George Jones' career. It was on that day in 1974, 44 years ago, that the country music hitmaker earned his sixth No. 1 hit with his single "The Grand Tour. The Grand Tour," which was written by Norro Wilson, Carmol Taylor and George Richey, is the title track of Jones' 41st studio album

George Jones, also titled George Jones (We Can Make It) was the 1972 country music studio album released by George Jones in April 1972. The release was Jones' 46th studio album release since a debut from 16 years previous. Also as a highlight in his career, it was the first release made on Jones' new label, Epic Records. The album charted very well for a George Jones album, eventually rising to on the country charts. The album included some other artist's hits from 1971, including Charley Pride's "Kiss an Angel Good Morning" and former Jones Boys bass player,. Kiss An Angel Good Morning" was a hit with Charley Pride in 1971, and written by Ben Peters. All the Praises" was written by J. Strickland and was later recorded by Connie Smith for one of her LP releases in 1973.

Jones Country released in 1983 was a fine album but has the strange distinction of having the single Radio Lover released six years later. At the time of the album's release George's record company were just about to issue the smash hit duet with Ray Charles We Didn't See A Thing from Ray Charles Friendship album. This could have been the reason for no initial single releases from Jones Country. The album s name was taken from an outdoor music park operated and owned by George in Texas near his birthplace between the years 1983 and 1988

George Jones lyrics - 940 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Jesus, Hold My Hand", "How Beautiful Heaven Must Be. album: "George Jones Salutes Hank Williams" (1960). Cold, Cold Heart Hey, Good Lookin' Howlin' At The Moon There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight Half As Much Jambalaya (On The Bayou) Why Don't You Love Me (Like You Use To Do)? Honky Tonkin' I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) Settin' The Woods On Fire. album: "The Crown Prince Of Country Music" (1960). album: "The Fabulous Country Music Sound Of George Jones" (1962). Window Up Above Sweet Dreams Accidentally On Purpose Who Shot Sam Yes, I Know Why Wasted Words Any Old Time Heartbreak Hotel Go Away With Me No Money In This Deal.


A1 Big Harlan Taylor 2:00
A2 Why Baby Why 2:11
A3 Too Much Water 2:07
A4 Jambalaya (On The Bayou) 2:06
A5 Sparkling Brown Eyes 2:32
B1 Tall, Tall Trees 2:20
B2 Battle Of Love 2:36
B3 If I Don't Love You (Grits And Groceries) 1:55
B4 White Lightning 2:42
B5 Revenooer Man 2:33


Reissue of The Novelty Side Of George Jones, but without the tracks "Slave Lover" and "Eskimo Pie"