Jones Country / You’ve Still Got A Place In My Heart - George Jones

Jones Country / You’ve Still Got A Place In My Heart
Two original studio albums from the greatest voice in Country Music.
"Jones Country” released in 1983 was a fine album but has the strange distinction of having the single ‘Radio Lover’ released six years later. At the time of the album’s release George’s record company were just about to issue the smash hit duet with Ray Charles ‘We Didn’t See A Thing’ from Ray Charles’ "Friendship” album. This could have been the reason for no initial single releases from "Jones Country”.
The album’s name was taken from an outdoor music park operated and owned by George in Texas near his birthplace between the years 1983 and 1988.
‘You’ve Still Got A Place In My Heart’ was released in 1984, the title track reaching No. 3 in the singles chart.
Both albums produced by Billy Sherrill.
Both albums released for the first time on CD.

Release Date: 15/04/2013

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Code: MRLL13
Weight: 200
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1. RADIO LOVER
2. DREAM ON
3. HELLO TROUBLE
4. BURNING BRIDGES
5. WINO THE CLOWN
6. YOU MUST HAVE WALKED ACROSS MY MIND AGAIN
7. I’D RATHER DIE YOUNG (THAN GROW OLD WITHOUT YOU)
8. THE GIRL AT THE END OF THE BAR
9. ONE OF THESE DAYS (BUT NOT TONIGHT)
10. FAMOUS LAST WORDS
11. YOU’VE STILL GOT A PLACE IN MY HEART
12. FROM STRANGERS, TO LOVERS, TO FRIENDS
13. THE SECOND TIME AROUND
14. COME SUNDOWN
15. EVEN THE BAD TIMES ARE GOOD
16. I’M RAGGED BUT I’M RIGHT
17. COURTIN’ IN THE RAIN
18. LOVESHINE
19. YOUR LYING BLUE EYES
20. LEARNING TO DO WITHOUT ME

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