music’s roster of great honky tonk singers, Johnny Paycheck is without doubt
one of the greatest. In 1977 he enjoyed his only country chart No.1 with the
classic novelty, ‘Take This Job And Shove It’ a record so huge all across
America it inspired scores of examples of industrial action, became an anthem
for America’s blue collar workforce and inspired a movie of the same title.
accumulated sixty country chart hits between 1965 and 1989 and placed twenty
albums on the country LP charts between 1966 and 1987. An achievement that
places him within the top 100 country performers of all time.
this CD are 26 country hits he enjoyed on Epic Records between 1971 and 1981.
“A true country music renegade whose life and
times are best described by the song I’m
The Only Hell (Mama Ever Raised), the late Johnny Paycheck is still held in
high-esteem by many veteran country music fans.” Alan Cackett (Maverick – September/October 2012)
|1. SHE'S ALL I GOT
2. SOMEONE TO GIVE MY LOVE TO
3. LET'S ALL GO DOWN TO THE RIVER (WITH JODY MILLER)
4. LOVE IS A GOOD THING
5. SOMEBODY LOVES ME
6. SOMETHING ABOUT YOU I LOVE
7. MR LOVEMAKER
8. SONG AND DANCE MAN
9. MY PART OF FOREVER
10. LOVING YOU BEATS ALL I'VE EVER SEEN
11. THE FEMININE TOUCH
12. 11 MONTHS AND 29 DAYS
13. I CAN SEE ME LOVIN' YOU AGAIN
14. SLIDE OFF OF YOUR SATIN SHEETS
15. I'M THE ONLY HELL (MAMA EVER RAISED)
16. TAKE THIS JOB AND SHOVE IT
17. COLORADO KOOL - AID
18. GEORGIA IN A JUG
19. ME AND THE I.R.S.
20. FRIEND, LOVER, WIFE
21. MAYBELLENE (WITH GEORGE JONES)
22. THE OUTLAW'S PRAYER
23. DRINKIN' AND DRIVIN'
24. FIFTEEN BEERS
25. YOU BETTER MOVE ON (WITH GEORGE JONES)
26. I CAN'T HOLD MYSELF IN LINE (WITH MERLE HAGGARD)