George Jones was an American country music singer-songwriter who has been widely regarded as The Greatest Country Music Singer, and an extremely influential one. His voice has become iconic to country, as he inspired artists like Ricky Van Shelton, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill, Patty Loveless, and even other artists like Gram Parsons and Bob Dylan. George Jones' first releases were made in 1954, and then he was a 22-year old honky-tonk Hank Williams imitator who couldn't find his own image.
album: "George Jones Salutes Hank Williams" (1960). Hell Stays Open (All Night Long) You Oughta Be Here With Me Somebody Always Paints The Wall I Sleep Just Like A Baby Someone That You Used To Know I Want To Grow Old With You A Cold Day In December Six Foot Deep, Six Foot Down If The World Didn't End Tomorrow Ol' Red. album: "And Along Came Jones" (1991). Where The Tall Grass Grows Honky Tonk Myself To Death Angels Don't Fly You Couldn't Get The Picture Come Home To Me Heckel And Jeckel I Don't Go Back Anymore You Done Me Wrong King Of The Mountain She Loved A Lot In Her Time
Six Days On The Road. Six Foot Deep, Six Foot Down. The Making of the Album Documentary. The Man He Was. The Man That You Once Knew. The Man Worth Lovin' You.
Six Foot Deep, Six Foot Down. Done Again. blue highlight denotes track pick.
George Jones - The Window Up Above Many of Jones’ top performances strike a balance between a man hell-bent on doing things the way he wants them done, and someone who is mindful of the repercussions of it all, right down to the forfeiture of a happy home life. Jones added the right touch of sadness on this 1960 gem that continues to be one of the linchpins of honky-tonk music everywhere. But, the lyrics reveal a man who lives with the hope that one day, possibly, he would find that love again. As it turned out, it was just around the corner. 13. George Jones - "The Right Left Hand" The love that George was looking for, he found in the form of wife Nancy, whom me married in 1983. By this era in his career, the singer was no longer writing - but it’s hard to imagine him coming up with anything better to describe his life than Dennis Knutson and . Doodle Owens did in 1987.
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