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George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits Stereo - Starday (original recordings 1954-6) Originally released in 1954 as "The Grand Ole Opry's New Star," Starday.
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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.
Earnest Reflective Sentimental Bittersweet Boisterous Dramatic Laid-Back/Mellow Melancholy Poignant Rollicking Romantic Wistful Earthy Smooth Sad. George Jones. George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits. Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals.
George Jones - Silver Dew on the Blue Grass Tonight 02:22. George Jones - Beggar to King 02:39. George Jones - Wings of a Dove 02:04. The Country Collection 1962 - George Jones. The Best of George Jones - George Jones. I Am What I Am - George Jones. Backup the Best of George Jones - George Jones.
Born September 12th, 1931. Key Tracks "He Stopped Loving Her Today," "She Thnks I Still Care," "(We're Not) The Jet Set". Influenced Garth Brooks, Elvis Costello, Alan Jackson. George Jones doesn't sound like he was Influenced by any other singer: He sounds like a steel guitar. The first time I heard George was on a copy of his greatest hits. I was already familiar with Hank Williams and Porter Wagoner, but not George and his West Texas thing. I was amazed at what he was doing with his voice. There's that point in 'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,' where he sings, 'on the grooound' - his voice is all over the shop. It's like jumping off a diving board when he did that.
George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits is an album by George Jones, released on Starday Records in 1962. Why Baby Why," "What Am I Worth," "Yearning" (duet with Jeanette Hicks), and "You Gotta Be My Baby" were top ten hits. Why Baby Why" (George Jones/Darrell Edwards). Still Hurting" (Jones). Boat of Life" (Jones).
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Sample this album Artist (Sample). 1. 30. A Picture Of Me (Without You) (Album Version). This is one of George Jones greatest C. have enjoyed George's singing since I was in the 8th grade. And it arrived to me in a short time. Though I've long known George Jones's name and reputation, I am fairly unfamiliar with his music. I enjoyed this CD as a good introduction to that man's resonant voice and honest song-stylings. The disc is also very good value for money.
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|A1||Why Baby Why|
|A2||Seasons Of My Heart|
|A4||Let Him Know|
|A5||Play It Cool|
|A7||Boat Of Life|
|B1||You Gotta Be My Baby|
|B2||What Am I Worth|
|B4||Ragged But Right|
Vocals – Jeanette Hicks
NotesManufactured by Capitol Records (Canada) Ltd
|SLP 150||George Jones||George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Mono)||Starday Records||SLP 150||US||1962|
|SLP 150||George Jones||George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Mono)||Starday Records, Gusto Records||SLP 150||US||1975|
|SLPT-150||George Jones||George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits (8-Trk, Comp, Mono, RE)||Starday Records||SLPT-150||US||1975|
|BM 772||George Jones||Sings His Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Birchmount||BM 772||Canada||1975|
|T 90080||George Jones||George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Mono, Club)||Starday Records||T 90080||US||1962|