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CD released: May 04, 2018

Tracklisting:
1. Intro: Hold It - The Jones Boys
2. One More Time - Don Adams & The Jones Boys
3. White Lightning
4. Something I Dreamed
5. Aching Breaking Heart
6. We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds - George Jones, Don Adams & The Jones Boys
7. The Window Up Above
8. Bony Moronie
9. She Thinks I Still Care
10. B Bowman Hop - The Jones Boys Featuring Buddy Emmons & Red Hayes
11. Accidentally On Purpose
12. Who Shot Sam
13. Intermission: C Jam Blues - The Jones Boys
14. Intro: Jonesy - The Jones Boys
15. Please Talk To My Heart - Don Adams & The Jones Boys
16. Sing A Sad Song - Don Adams & The Jones Boys
17. Panhandle Rag - The Jones Boys Featuring Buddy Emmons
18. Act Naturally - Don Adams & The Jones Boys
19. I'm Ragged But I'm Right
20. A Poor Man's Riches
21. Your Tender Years
22. Where Does A Little Tear Come From
23. Jole Blon - The Jones Boys Featuring Rufus Thibodeaux, Red Hayes & Buddy Emmons
24. Big Harlan Taylor
25. She's Lonesome Again
26. The Race Is On / Outro: Hold It
GEORGE & THE JONES BOYS JONES
LIVE IN TEXAS 1965
Label: USA IMPORT
Cat No: CDCHD1522
Barcode: 29667089029
Packaging: CD Regular

Widely regarded as one of the greatest live country
albums of the 1960s, "George Jones Live At Dancetown
USA" was part of the Ace catalogue for decades - first
on vinyl, then in expanded form on CD.
Given the advances in technology since its first digital
issue more than 20 years ago, Ace figured it was
probably time to upgrade the package with freshly
remastered audio (in mono this time, the way it was
always meant her be heard, rather than the 2-track of
the previous issues with George's vocals on one
channel and the Jones Boys' accompaniment on the
other), an expanded booklet with a new cover design, a
more detailed sleeve note and a new title.
"Live In Texas 1965" remains one of the most authentic
examples of a working country musician plying his
trade in front of a hometown crowd. As well as
energetic and committed performances of some of
Jones' greatest hits - frequently shouted for by the
very boisterous crowd - you will hear extended solo
showcases for various band musicians, singers and
guests. There's even a rare attempt at a rock'n'roll
classic, a type of music George was never noted for
enjoying.
When this concert was taped George was not quite the
superstar he became in the 1970s, but he was already
one of the most popular country vocalists of his
generation. Few of his peers preserved their live shows
for future generations to enjoy, which only adds to the
importance and significance of the remarkable audio
document that is "Live In Texas 1965".