Watch the video for Treasure Of Love from George Jones's All Time Greatest Hits: The Early Years Vol. 1 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Initially, he was a hardcore honky tonker in the tradition of Hank Williams, but over the course of his career he developed an affecting, nuanced ballad style.
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) . Revenooer Man Slave Lover Too Much Water Eskimo Pie Battle Of Love Sparkling Brown Eyes White Lightning Tall Tall Trees If I Don't Love You (Grits Ain't Groceries) Big Harlan Taylor Jambalaya (On The Bayou) Why Baby Why. album: "What's In Our Heart" (1963) (with Melba Montgomery).
I Am What I Am is an album by American country music artist George Jones released in 1980 on Epic Records label. It was rereleased on July 4, 2000 with bonus tracks on the Legacy Recordings label.
Clyde McPhatter, The Drifters.
It was during these years that George Jones married Tammy Wynette and this set includes his earliest duets with Tammy. I have purchased around fifteen CDs from the label, so I look for quality in each album, and I would hate to be denied that opportunity in this instance. If you are a true George Jones fan this set is a must have and would be the ultimate treasure of all your collections. So many songs I have never heard before. Well worth the money.
Features Song Lyrics for George Jones's Heroes Collection - George Jones album. Sparkling Brown Eyes Lyrics. 4. Treasure of Love Lyrics. 5. Take the Devil Out of Me Lyrics. 6. If You Believe Lyrics. 7. Cup of Loneliness Lyrics.
This irresistible ode to classic cars and young love was recorded for Jones' 1985 album Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes. The song recounts the Possum's run-in with an older man at a convenience store who seems to be taken with his Corvette. After more discussion, he discovers the old man is actually talking about the brunette woman in the passenger seat. Released in 1992 when Jones was 61, "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair" was Jones' unequivocal statement that he wasn't done honky tonking just yet. Jones sings about old-age stereotypes, rejecting Geritol and Medicaid and reminding the youngsters that you "can't put this possum in a cage. The final chorus enlists several early 90s country singers, such as Patty Loveless, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson and Clint Black, who knew firsthand that ol' No Show Jones was still as wild and rowdy as he ever was.