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George Jones|Golden Ring

Golden Ring

Tammy Wynette

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Of all the George Jones duet recordings, this one -- done with his recently divorced wife, Tammy Wynette -- remains the finest moment. Golden Ring was released in 1976 and produced by the legendary Billy Sherrill. This is a set full of heartbreak songs accompanied by real heartbreak. Jones went on a multi-year bender after the divorce was final, putting his health, reputation, and even career on the line. It's no stretch to say that these songs are loaded with emotion, but for a change, Sherrill's production allows the voices to speak for themselves. The track list is devastating, opening as it does with Bobby Braddock's title track. Jones' singing here is among his best of the 1970s, and Wynette as his partner gives him a run for his money as the top biller on the record jacket. Buck Owens' "Cryin' Time" begins with them singing, so to speak, cheek to cheek. Red Lane and Daniel Morrison's "I've Seen Better Days" gives Wynette the space to sing first, and she seizes the opportunity with restraint, drama, and relish for the entire verse. Jones responds lost, forsaken, and bewildered as to how he ever got here. Ray Price's honky tonk "I'll Be There If You Want Me" is brave posturing in the tradition of Lee Hazlewood's "Jackson" -- it comes off entirely without conviction, and it takes the Jordanaires to prop Jones up, though Wynette responds with daring. Golden Ring is one of those country albums that is essential. It is a perfect document of '70s Nashville's most polished and tasteful records, and stands as a high point for both Jones and Wynette. In short, it is simply a classic.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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1
Golden Ring
George Jones
00:03:04

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Bobby Braddock, Composer, Lyricist - Rafe Van Hoy, Composer, Lyricist - The Young Country - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - George Richey, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Producer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Even the Bad Times Are Good
George Jones & Tammy Wynette
00:02:49

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Arranger, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Producer - Carl Belew, Composer, Lyricist - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - Clyde Pitts, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Hargus Robbins, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Near You
George Jones
00:02:22

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Francis Craig, Composer, Lyricist - Kermit Goell, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition - William K. McElhiney, Associated Performer - Sheldon Kurland, Associated Performer - Marvin D. Chantry, Associated Performer - Brenton B. Banks, Associated Performer - Carl Gorodetzky, Associated Performer - Stephanie Woolf, Associated Performer - Pamela Sixfin, Associated Performer - George Binkley III, Associated Performer - Steven M. Smith, Associated Performer - Byron T. Bach, Associated Performer - Gary Vanosdale, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Producer - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Cryin' Time
George Jones
00:02:42

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Producer - Buck Owens, Composer, Lyricist - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - The Nashville Edition - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - George Richey, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

5
I've Seen Better Days
George Jones
00:03:40

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Producer - Red Lane, Composer, Lyricist - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - Daniel Morrison, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Did You Ever?
Tommy Allsup
00:02:07

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Arranger, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Producer - Bobby Braddock, Composer, Lyricist - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - The Nashville Edition - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Hargus Robbins, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Tattletale Eyes
Tommy Allsup
00:02:41

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Jodie Emerson, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Hargus Robbins, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Producer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

8
I'll Be There If You Ever Want Me
George Jones
00:01:55

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Producer - Ray Price, Composer, Lyricist - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - Rusty Gabbard, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Hargus Robbins, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

9
If You Don't, Somebody Else Will
George Jones
00:01:55

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Johnny Mathis, Composer, Lyricist - Billy Sherrill, Producer - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - Johnny Fautheree, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition - GEORGE HAMILTON, Composer, Lyricist - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Hargus Robbins, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Keep the Change
George Jones
00:02:57

George Jones, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer, Main Artist - George Jones & Tammy Wynette, Associated Performer - Billy Sherrill, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - LOU BRADLEY, Engineer - Louise Taylor, Composer, Lyricist - The Nashville Edition - Monroe Fields, Composer, Lyricist - Jerry Kennedy, Associated Performer - Hargus Robbins, Associated Performer - Tommy Allsup, Associated Performer - Henry Strzelecki, Associated Performer - Pete Wade, Associated Performer - Pete Drake, Associated Performer - Jerry Carrigan, Associated Performer - Billy R. Sanford, Associated Performer

(P) 1976 Sony Music Entertainment

Albumbeschreibung

Of all the George Jones duet recordings, this one -- done with his recently divorced wife, Tammy Wynette -- remains the finest moment. Golden Ring was released in 1976 and produced by the legendary Billy Sherrill. This is a set full of heartbreak songs accompanied by real heartbreak. Jones went on a multi-year bender after the divorce was final, putting his health, reputation, and even career on the line. It's no stretch to say that these songs are loaded with emotion, but for a change, Sherrill's production allows the voices to speak for themselves. The track list is devastating, opening as it does with Bobby Braddock's title track. Jones' singing here is among his best of the 1970s, and Wynette as his partner gives him a run for his money as the top biller on the record jacket. Buck Owens' "Cryin' Time" begins with them singing, so to speak, cheek to cheek. Red Lane and Daniel Morrison's "I've Seen Better Days" gives Wynette the space to sing first, and she seizes the opportunity with restraint, drama, and relish for the entire verse. Jones responds lost, forsaken, and bewildered as to how he ever got here. Ray Price's honky tonk "I'll Be There If You Want Me" is brave posturing in the tradition of Lee Hazlewood's "Jackson" -- it comes off entirely without conviction, and it takes the Jordanaires to prop Jones up, though Wynette responds with daring. Golden Ring is one of those country albums that is essential. It is a perfect document of '70s Nashville's most polished and tasteful records, and stands as a high point for both Jones and Wynette. In short, it is simply a classic.
© Thom Jurek /TiVo

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