George Jones – 1979 – Pasadena, TX

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GEORGE JONES R.I.P. 1931-2013

George Jones
Gilley’s
Pasadena, TX
1979

George Jones w/ Lorrie Morgan

Setlist:

RAGGED BUT RIGHT
ONCE YOU’VE HAD THE BEST
THE RACE IS ON
BARTENDER BLUES
HER NAME IS
I’M NOT READY YET
STILL DOING TIME
ROLLING MY SWEET BABIES ARMS
NEAR YOU
GOLDEN RING
WHO’S GONNA CHOP MY BABIES KINLIN
HE STOPPED LOVING HER TODAY
MEDLEY>I’LL SHARE MY WORLD WITH YOU>WINDOW UP ABOVE>THE GRAND TOUR> WALK THROUGH THIS WORLD WITH ME
I’D RATHER DIE YOUNG THAN GROW OLD WITHOUT YOU
George is about half tanked up for this show.

Excellent Quality A++

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George Jones – 1963 – Live in Studio

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GEORGE JONES R.I.P. 1931-2013

George Jones, the peerless, hard-living country singer who recorded dozens of hits about good times and regrets and peaked with the heartbreaking classic “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” has died. He was 81. Publicist Kirt Webster says Jones, fondly known as The Possum, died Friday (April 26) at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after being hospitalized with fever and irregular blood pressure. Billboard reported that Jones, known for his clenched, precise baritone, had No. 1 songs in five separate decades, 1950s to 1990s, and was idolized not just by fellow country singers, but by Frank Sinatra, Pete Townshend, Elvis Costello, James Taylor and countless others.

GEORGE JONES & THE JONES BOYS
Radio Jamboree 1963
Live in the studio, 1963.

Very good to excellent soundboard.

Thanks to the person who shared this on the net in 2007.

Uploader’s notes:

I don’t know anything about this set, which was given to me by a generous and very knowledgeable musician and music fan from Ohio. George does a lot of Hank Williams songs here, but I don’t think he was promoting My Favorites of Hank Williams – his second album of Hank’s material that had come out on United Artists in 1962. He refers to I Can’t Change Overnight as coming from “our latest album” and that’s on I Wish Tonight Would Never End from 1963, so that’s the date I’ve established here. I don’t think that song was ever re-recorded during the Musicor years (1965-71).

This material has never been released. In an effort to add a bit of period flavor I put together the faux-LP sleeve with the title Radio Jamboree 1963 using the photo from his Golden Hits Volume 2 album on UA. George’s spoken introductions are worth the price of admission alone, but it’s great to hear the Jones Boys knocking out these performances; nearly every track commences with a sawing fiddle. Real country music for real country music fans (and if you’re not one you should be).

Track 01. Can’t Get You Off My Mind (2.7MB)
Track 02. World’s Worst Loser (3.0MB)
Track 03. Baby We’re Really In Love (2.9MB)
Track 04. I’ll Be A Bachelor Till I Die (2.9MB)
Track 05. Cold Cold Heart (4.2MB)
Track 06. House of Gold (3.7MB)
Track 07. Howlin at the Moon (3.5MB)
Track 08. I Can’t Change Overnight (3.5MB)
Track 09. I Could Never Be Ashamed of You (3.6MB)
Track 10. I Don’t Care (If Tomorrow Never Comes) (3.0MB)
Track 11. I Just Don’t Like This Kind Of Livin’ (3.8MB)
Track 12. Yes I Know Why (2.6MB)
Track 13. You Gotta Be My Baby (2.7MB)
Track 14. Imitation of Love (2.1MB)
Track 15. Just One More (2.2MB)
Track 16. Let’s Turn Back The Years (3.1MB)
Track 17. I’m A Long Gone Daddy (3.0MB)
Track 18. Never Again (Will I Knock On Your Door) (2.7MB)
Track 19. Open Pit Mine (4.2MB)
Track 20. Something I Dreamed (3.5MB)
Track 21. I’d Still Want You (3.3MB)
Track 22. I’m Gonna Sing, Sing, Sing (3.2MB)
Track 23. I Can’t Help It (If I’m Still In Love With You) (2.8MB)

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