George Jones - The Gospel Collection FLAC album
This song is from George Jones' "The Gospel Collection" album. Phillippians 2:10: That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; Oh, that that day may come soon!
George Jones - In A Gospel Way Epic 1974 Sony Music Entertainment 1974 Licensed and reissued by Razor and Tie 1997 The versions of Amazing Grace and Why M. .
Reflection Comfort Loss/Grief. The Gospel Collection.
The George Jones Collection. The Essential George Jones: The Spirit of Country. See All. The Gospel Spirit: Loretta Lynn (Remastered).
Compilation album by George Jones. Disc 1. Amazing Grace. Just a Little Talk With Jesus. Where We'll Never Grow Old. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot. Why Me Lord? I'll Fly Away. Just a Closer Walk With Thee. When Mama Sang (The Angels Stopped to Listen). Disc 2. Peace in the Valley. What a Friend We Have in Jesus. The Old Rugged Cross. Leaning on the Everlasting Arms.
George Jones was an American country music singer-songwriter who released many successful albums from the 1960s through the 80's. Though his most notable work was his releases on singles, there is much to appreciate about Jones in his many album releases. Oftentimes, Jones was called the Greatest Living Country Singer, and has inspired many artists in not only country music's scope.
Some will complain that the pair should have worked on an album of countrypolitan or love or drinking songs instead of a two-CD, 24-track collection of gospel tunes, but that's just cryin' in their beer. After all, this is a George Jones record, and there isn't a thing the man sings that doesn't have the weathered sound of whiskey, women, and toil in the honky tonks. Jones was supposedly inspired to make this recording during his long recovery from a serious car wreck and a subsequent case of pneumonia.
Jones still lives in an America untouched by rock’n’roll, a working-class white truck-stop world which is now itself a kind of underground from MTV’s ‘alternative’ mainstream. He and Sherrill (begged out of retirement, and relatively restrained in the string-laden ‘countrypolitan’ arrangements he’s famed for) are both from Southern preaching families and showbiz veterans, qualities which combine in sentimental spirituality, delivered with the kind of conviction you hear in early ’70s Elvis. The pain in the songs is sublimated in Jones’ still-pure voice. Get over the culture shock, and you may.
2 tabs The Essential George Jones (2006). 7 tabs Best Of The Best: Sings His Gospel Best (2005). 1 tab New Country Hits (2005). 1 tab Hits By George (2005). 2 tabs 22 Early Starday Recordings (2005). 2 tabs The Best Of George Jones (2005). 2 tabs 20 Super Hits - Gospel (2005). 7 tabs Sings The Great Songs Of Leon Payne (2005). 1 tab If My Heart Had Windows (2005). 1 tab Fine Country Wine (2005). 1 tab The Definitive Collection (2004). 3 tabs Best Of George Jones: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection (2000). 1 tab The George Jones Collection (1999). 4 tabs Cold Hard Truth (1999)
|1-2||It Is No Secret|
|1-3||Just A Little Walk With Jesus|
|1-4||Where We'll Never Grow Old|
|1-5||Swing Low, Sweet Chariot|
|1-6||Why Me Lord|
|1-7||I'll Fly Away|
|1-9||Just A Closer Walk With Thee|
|1-10||In The Garden|
|1-12||When Mama Sang|
|2-1||Peace In The Valley|
|2-2||What A Friend We Have In Jesus|
|2-3||Softly And Tenderly|
|2-4||Lily Of The Valley|
|2-5||The Old Rugged Cross|
|2-6||Leaning On The Everlasting Arms|
|2-8||Mansion Over The Hilltop|
|2-9||If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again|
|2-10||How Beautiful Heaven Must Be|
|2-11||Jesus, Hold My Hand|
|2-12||I Know A Man Who Can|
|07863-67063-4||George Jones||The Gospel Collection (2xCass, Album, Comp)||BNA Records Label||07863-67063-4||US||2003|