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"I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair"
No country artist was as dominant of an artistic and commercial force for a longer period of time than George Jones. He made his first records when Eisenhower was President, and was still recording at the time of his passing in Jones had, to borrow a phrase from Faron Young , lived fast and loved hard, but he did leave us with so many beautiful memories through his songs. A George Jones song could be a footloose honky-tonker, as much of his early work was. Nothing was hidden. Still, the song asked a valuable question. Would the newcomers to the format then have the staying power of a Marty Robbins , Lefty Frizzell , or a George Jones? Some did, most didn't. But, the song asked the question in a poignant mode without taking any of the younger artists at the time to task. By the release of this number one, you can tell he was at least starting to listen a little more frequently.
"The Grand Tour"
Through the hillbilly music of the s, the honky-tonk of the Forties and Fifties, the Bakersfield movement of the Sixties, bluegrass, Western swing, outlaw and contemporary pop, country songs still continue to break our hearts. So grab a few tissues and check out our list of the 40 saddest country songs ever written. But when the latter left the studio, however, Cline made sure that it wouldn't reach anyone else.
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