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George Jones Buyer's Guide|
Alphabetical listing of George Jones releases in print by album title and song title with short reviews and links.
iMusic Country Showcase: George Jones|
Includes photos, audio clips, biography, album information, and bulletin board.
Jam: George Jones|
Series of news articles includes information on the single-vehicle collision that almost claimed Jones' life.
Country.com: George Jones|
Biography, articles, discography, photos, audio clips, video clips, fan club information.
George Jones: The Rolls Royce of Country Singers|
Short biography and photo.
Fan tribute site with news, pictures, biography, album and television information, and games for fans.
Rockin' with the Possum|
Photo galleries, concert schedule, messages, and fan club information.
Home of the Possum|
Fan site. Television show information, tour schedule, audio clips.
Salon Brilliant Careers: George Jones|
An in-depth look at the life and musical legacy of this singing legend.
Why We Love George Jones|
David Vest explores the public's undying love for this troubled singer.
TV Land Presents: Favorite TV Theme Songs (Audio CD),20 August, 2002|
List price $18.98
Mostly Originals / 5
Right - I've bought this album and am very pleased, because most of theses tunes are originals.
Previous reviewers were right, however, to mention Star Trek & Bonanza as not being originals.
In the album booklet there are five tunes asterixed as not being originals. They are Dragnet, Bonanza, Star Trek, S.W.A.T. and Happy Days. So they own up to this fact - so fair enough.
Star Trek - I can't tell the difference between this and the TV show.
The other four, it says, were all released as singles, I presume, in these versions. Thus giving them a certain amount of validity.
It also goes on to say that some of the tunes are re-recordings by the original artists made for commercial release and are hence not the tunes used for the actual TV soundtrack. It doesn't say how many and I wouldn't like to guess. But one such track is definitely Dynasty. It's all synthy, where on the show it was more orchestral. But it is done by the original artist and released as a single so - OK.
Song "Let’s Build A World Together"
You say that you want me
Yes, I really want you
Well, how much do you want me?
Well, I want you as much as a child wants it's mother
Oh, that's how much I want you
And you say that you need me
Yes, I really need you
Well, how much do you need me?
I'll tell you how much can a man need a woman?
Well, that's how much I need you
Then what will you give me?
What will I give you?
Yes, what will you give me?
A garden of love that will live on forever
Oh, that's what I will give you
Then let's build a world together
One world, safe, together
And no matter what happens
I'll love you forever
And I'll give you love
And I'll give you love
Yes, I'll give you all of my love.
George Jones : George Jones' Golden Hits, Vol. 3 - Listen, Review ...|
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Band makes jazz fresh (Ball State Daily News)
Emens Auditorium has been host to its share of legends. Last February, then 80-year-old blues guitarist B.B. King graced the Emens stage, and just more than a week ago, George Jones, one of the most prolific country songwriters in history, performed to a welcoming Muncie crowd.
Critic's Choice (Detroit News)
Forget the "Star Spangled Banner."
critic's pick (Lexington Herald-Leader)
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Listen Here: Jennings Shoots From the Blood (The Morning News)
Country fans might have expected one of country music's most famous couples to raise their son on a healthy diet of Hank, Willie, Merle and Johnny.
King Solomon's Temple (Princeton Packet)
Solomon Burke will return to his country roots at McCarter Theatre.
CD reviews (The Iowa City Press-Citizen)
Give the gift of entertainment (The Pantagraph)
The ticket to a creative last-minute Christmas gift may be just a box office phone call away, thanks to the busy winter-spring concert slate at area performance venues.
MUSIC: The Spin (Nashville Scene)
Last Saturday, we dusted off our dancing shoes and headed out to Cannery Row for mash-up maestro Girl Talk, Nickelback label mates De Novo Dahl and frat-rush skit gone awry Plastic Clap! Recent Roadrunner signees DND?s crisp indie-pop sounded vibrant, tight and textured.
Arty but safe bravado (Calendarlive.com)
The Frames learn "The Cost" and benefits of playing it safe, while Charlie Louvin gets help from hipster folkies and old-guard outlaws.
New music (Salon.com)
New albums from Elvis Perkins and Charlie Louvin, plus a joint effort from Danger Mouse and Damon Albarn.
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