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George Jones was an American country music singer-songwriter who released many successful albums from the 1960s through the 80's. Though his most notable work was his releases on singles, there is much to appreciate about Jones in his many album releases. Oftentimes, Jones was called the Greatest Living Country Singer, and has inspired many artists in not only country music's scope.
Country-Pop Honky Tonk Nashville Traditional Country. Earnest Reflective Sentimental Bittersweet Wistful Earthy Melancholy Smooth Laid-Back/Mellow Rollicking Romantic Sad Boisterous Dramatic Poignant. George Jones, Melba Montgomery. George Jones & Melba Montgomery. These are great duets with Tennessee beauty Melba Montgomery - her voice suits Jones's better than Wynette's. It includes the eerie "Long as We're Dreaming" and "Long Walk off a Tall Rock. Lots of dobro, it's not for the countrypolitan.
George Jones & Melba Montgomery, House of Gold. Charlie Louvin & Melba Montgomery Something To Brag About. After finding success as a duet artist, Montgomery found the time to release a solo album in between. In 1964, Montgomery's first-ever solo debut, America's No. 1 Country and Western Girl Singer. The album brought about a top 25 hit for Montgomery, "The Greatest One of All", which peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard Country Chart. For the rest of the decade, Montgomery had a few other minor solo hits, none of which made the country top 40. Jones continued to duet with Montgomery
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George Jones singles discography. 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.
By that time, the Texas-born entertainer had notched several Top Tens and a handful of chart-toppers, including the classic She Thinks I Still Care, while also recording duets with Margie Singleton, Melba Montgomery, Brenda Carter and Gene Pitney. But it was the inspired - albeit turbulent - teaming with third wife Wynette, whom he married in 1969, that brought both vocalists their greatest success as singing partners. Jones and Wynette reunited in 1995 for their final duets album One, which was followed by a concert tour that, in spite of ongoing medical issues for Wynette, gave the two their only opportunity to perform a full concert together for a Nashville audience at the Grand Ole Opry House. Three years later, Wynette would die from cardiac arrhythmia at age 55, although her passing was shrouded in controversy until her body was exhumed one year after her death.
Album par George Jones, Melba Montgomery Gene Pitney Sortie 1965 Genre Country Label Musicor Records Critique Al. Famous Country Duets est un album collaboratif entre les artistes américains de musique country George Jones, Melba Montgomery et Gene Pitney. Cet album est sorti en 1965 sur le label Musicor Records. C'est le premier album de Jones sur ce label.