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In all, this set includes 142 songs on five CDs, plus two complete sessions from Houston with false starts and alternate takes. In 1971, George Jones broke acrimoniously from Musicor's co-owner, Pappy Daily, who'd discovered and nurtured him, to join his new wife, Tammy Wynette, on Epic Records. The hits, of course, would continue, but George Jones would never sound as good again!
This set includes liner notes by Rich Kienzle and a complete discography by Don Roy, Kittra Moore, and Richard Weize.
I am totally blown away by the quality of the presentation of this box set-you may see me cut and paste this exact praise, as after buying one Bear Family box set I went nuts and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Capt.Mark
I't is all I hope it would be I love !!! I got it at a reasonable time all and all ThanksPublished 21 months ago by Bobby Merideth
My set had a few skips and also wouldn't play on my Denon CD player at home . Sent it back and Amazon sent me another defective set, which I kept . Read morePublished 23 months ago by Phantom Critic
Bear family did it again. A near perfect collection of the greatest country crooner of all time. I say this with mixed emotions, sometimes i would say it was Hank, but he did not... Read morePublished on December 28, 2011 by Lyle S. Backus
For George Jones fans this set is a must have! Many of these tracks could only be found on vinyl but now the Bear Family has released them and remasted each track. Read morePublished on June 24, 2009 by C. Jandreau
What can I say? This is great!!! Some of these tracks have been out of circulation for many years, and there are a few "alternate takes" here (some of which are better than the... Read morePublished on June 17, 2009 by William D. Ferrell
One of the most crucial periods of George Jones that had been crazily unissued until now. This is right up there with the best of Hank Williams and Johnny Paycheck. Read morePublished on June 4, 2009 by C. McNerney