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Jerry Reed|Hot A' Mighty

Hot A' Mighty

Jerry Reed

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1
Goodnight, Irene
00:02:56

Chet Atkins, Producer - Huddie Ledbetter, Composer - Huddie Ledbetter, Lyricist - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - John Lomax, Composer - John Lomax, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

2
Medley: The Promised Land/Johnny B. Goode/School Day (Ring, Ring! Goes The Bell)/Mabellene/Memphis, Tennessee
00:03:13

Alan Freed, Composer - Alan Freed, Lyricist - Chet Atkins, Producer - Chuck Berry, Composer - Chuck Berry, Lyricist - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - Russ Fratto, Composer - Russ Fratto, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

3
Sweet Memories
00:02:54

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - Mickey Newbury, Composer - Mickey Newbury, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

4
You Took All The Rambling Out Of Me (Remastered 12/1991)
00:02:13

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry R. Hubbard, Composer - Jerry R. Hubbard, Lyricist - Jerry Reed, Performer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by BMG Music

5
Back Home In Georgia
00:03:00

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - John Ragsdale, Composer - John Ragsdale, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

6
I'm Not Playing Games
00:02:39

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry R. Hubbard, Composer - Jerry R. Hubbard, Lyricist - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer

(P) 1973 BMG Music

7
Nashville Woman
00:02:30

Chet Atkins, Producer - Glenn Lonsdale, Composer - Glenn Lonsdale, Lyricist - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer

(P) 1973 BMG Music

8
Sixteen Tons
00:02:35

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - Merle Travis, Composer - Merle Travis, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

9
Caribbean
00:02:35

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - Mitchell Torok, Composer - Mitchell Torok, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

10
I Just Don't Understand
00:02:55

Chet Atkins, Producer - Jerry Reed, Performer - Jerry Reed, Producer - Kent Westberry, Composer - Kent Westberry, Lyricist - Marijohn Wilkin, Composer - Marijohn Wilkin, Lyricist

(P) 1973 BMG Music

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