Country Music Singers, George Jones & Tammy Wynette Bio & CD
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George Jones & Tammy Wynette

 

Country music singers, George Jones and Tammy Wynette presented by The Country Music Planet


George Jones

   George Jones is "The Rolls Royce of Country Singers". More than any of his peers, George set the standard to which all other male country singers still aspire.
   George was born in Saratoga, Texas on September 12, 1931. He grew up around music because his parents were both musicians. George's father bought him his first guitar when he was nine years old. At age 12 George was already earning money playing music. By the time George was 21 years old, he had served in the Marines. When he left the Marines in 1952, he painted houses for a living. In his spare time George sang and played music.
   In 1953, George signed with Starday Records. During the 1950's George scored numerous hits. In 1959 George had his first of many #1 hit recordings. In 1969 George married his female country music counterpart, Tammy Wynette. Their marriage added to George's already larger-than-life persona, but ended in divorce in 1975. As time passed, George's colorful life experiences seemed to highlight his tendency to have a dangerously good time. It was enough to leave the toughest public relations man cringing in horror. George's bouts with substance abuse, bankruptcy, "No-Shows" at concerts, and a highly publicized auto accident in 1999, are now dust on the heels of George's boots. Through it all, he always seems to rise back up again - better than ever.
   Today George remains at the top of the list of country music legends. George set the standard high when he recorded his 1980 #1 hit, "He Stopped Loving Her Today". Over the years, George received countless awards for his achievements in country music. In 1992 he was inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame. It was one engagement that even ole' "No Show Jones" didn't miss.


Tammy Wynette

   Tammy Wynette is the most celebrated woman in country music. Her humble upbringing makes that fact even more admirable. She grew up on the farm where she was born in Mississippi. Tammy was raised by her mother and grandparents after her father died when she was only eight months old. As she grew up, Tammy realized that she wanted to go into the music business, so she took music lessons to further that cause. Her focus on that goal prevailed.
   Her first #1-Hit recording was My Elusive Dreams, a duet with David Houston in 1967. That same year Tammy won her first of many Grammy Awards. Her other many awards include Female Vocalist Of The Year, CMA’s Female Of the Year, Best Country Performance Female, and the Living Legend award, to name a few.
   In 1970, Tammy married her male country music counterpart, George Jones. Together, they recorded some of the finest duets in country music history. By the time she was inducted into the Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1998, Tammy Wynette was arguably the most famous woman in country music history. Unfortunately, The First Lady Of Country Music died that same year at the young age of 55.

This is a 2 CD set containing 34 songs.

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One

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Songs On CD

1.   One
2.  
It's An Old Love Thing
3.  
What Ever Happened To Us
4.  
Will You Travel Down This Road With Me
5.  
Old Love Turned Memory, (She's Just) An
6.  
If God Met You
7.  
Just Look What We've Started Again
8.  
Solid As A Rock
9.  
They're Playing Our Song
10.
All I Have To Offer You Is Me

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Golden Ring

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Songs On CD

1.   Golden Ring
2.   Even the Bad Times Are Good - Listen to entire song
3.   Near You
4.   Cryin' Time
5.   I've Seen Better Days
6.   Did You Ever
7.   Tattletale Eyes
8.   I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)
9.   If You Don't, Somebody Else Will
10. Keep the Change

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Below is a hard to find one by George Jones

George Jones - Greatest Hits [Musicor]

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Songs On CD

1.   Race Is On
2.   You Comb Her Hair
3.   Not What I Had in Mind
4.   Girl I Used to Know
5.   She Thinks I Still Care
6.   Your Heart Turned Left (And I Was on the Right)
7.   We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds
8.   Where Does a Little Tear Come From
9.   Least of All
10. My Tears Are Overdue

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Here is another hard to find one by George Jones

I Lived To Tell It All

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Songs On CD

1.   Honky Tonk Song
2.   Back Down to Hung up on You
3.   Billy B. Bad
4.  
Hundred Proof Memories
5.   It Ain't Gonna Worry My Mind
6.   Lone Ranger
7.   Tied to a Stone
8.   I'll Give You Something to Drink About
9.   I Must Have Done Something Bad
10. Hello Heart

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