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George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits

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Released  1962
Producer  Don Pierce
Release date  1962
Genre  Country music
Recorded  1955-1957
Artist  George Jones
Label  Starday Records
George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits (1962)  Sings from the Heart (1962)
Similar  Grand Ole Opry's New Star, Sings Country and West, Songs from the Heart, George Jones Sings Lik, Hits by George

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George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits is an album by George Jones, released on Starday Records in 1962.

Contents

Although the album is billed as a greatest hits package, it is identical to his 1957 LP Grand Ole Opry's New Star with a shuffled running order. "Why Baby Why," "What Am I Worth," "Yearning" (duet with Jeanette Hicks), and "You Gotta Be My Baby" were top ten hits.

Track listing

  1. "Why Baby Why" (George Jones/Darrell Edwards)
  2. "It's Okay" (Jones)
  3. "Still Hurting" (Jones)
  4. "Boat of Life" (Jones)
  5. "Seasons of My Heart" (Jones/Edwards)
  6. "Taggin' Along" (Jones/Burl Stephens)
  7. "Yearning" (with Jeanette Hicks) (Eddie Eddings/Jones)
  8. "Hold Everything" (Jones)
  9. "Your Heart" (Jones/Edwards)
  10. "Play It Cool" (Jones)
  11. "What Am I Worth" (Jones/Edwards)
  12. "Let Him Know" (Jones)
  13. "You Gotta Be My Baby" (Jones)
  14. "I'm Ragged But I'm Right" (Jones)

References

George Jones Sings His Greatest Hits Wikipedia


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