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Fri Mar 21 17:15:11 2014 UTClccn-n830662700.06The best of country sing the best of Disney0.171.00Southern Folklife Collection song folios,85434744George_Jonesn 830662703894397949410Georges JonesJones, George Glenn, 1931-2013lccn-n84157898Wynette, Tammysngprfitrvoclccn-n81053687Haggard, Merlesngprfvoclccn-n82099717Nelson, Willie1933-sngprfvoclccn-n79018367Cash, Johnnysngprfitrlccn-n79128064Parton, Dollysngprfvoclccn-n89106141Carter, Tom1947-lccn-n50039081Lynn, Lorettaprfvoclccn-n83065770Jennings, Waylonsngprfitrvoclccn-n83177191Harris, Emmylousngprfvoclccn-n91112398Skaggs, RickysngprfitrvocJones, George1931-2013Rock musicHonky-tonk musicCountry rock musicCountry musicBlues (Music)Blues-rock musicDocumentary filmsNonfiction filmsCountry musicJones, George,Country musiciansUnited StatesRock musicSherrill, BillyMotion picture musicSingersCountry rock musicWynette, TammyHonky-tonk musicPopular musicVocal duetsMotion picture music--ExcerptsRhythm and blues musicSoul musicBlues-rock musicBlues (Music)Tubb, Ernest,Williams, Hank,Jazz vocalsHeavy metal (Music)MusiciansWorld War (1939-1945)Wells, KittyFoley, Red,Frizzell, Lefty,Minnie PearlHaggard, MerleOwens, Buck,Connick, Harry,--Jr.,Harris, EmmylouPopular instrumental musicPiano musicGreen, UrbieGaynor, GloriaNickelback (Musical group)Hammond, FredLobos (Musical group)Shore, Dinah,Juvenile--(Musician)Dolphy, Eric5th Dimension (Musical group)Grand Funk Railroad (Musical group)Morgan, Cindy,Burke, SolomonMcDonald, Joe,Johnston, PhillipHaymes, DickJa Rule193120131955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142280411381687781.642M1630.18.J66ocn652971588ocn233541151ocn724726259ocn041933555ocn497048733ocn061658586ocn056402535ocn036019451ocn056977455ocn035916087ocn764821106ocn658664883ocn765385261ocn766031944ocn765117621ocn763938885ocn661233197ocn762594886ocn658563470ocn765055987ocn023201117ocn019889963ocn686764279ocn865090592ocn686762500ocn823864963ocn693780467ocn057563769ocn762661122ocn658869724ocn766590164ocn766590271ocn762660190ocn658999696ocn659220875ocn658969488ocn762742498ocn658539552ocn732361597ocn732362487ocn741643064ocn044392448ocn732362504ocn732359592ocn732379581ocn732361505ocn766046586ocn725275701ocn766036170ocn0622946318604ocn652971588rcrd20100.13Chesney, KennyHemingway's whiskeyNonfiction filmsDocumentary filmsCountry musicFour-time CMA Entertainer of the Year Kenny Chesney presents his first album of new material since 2008's Lucky Old Sun. Hemingway's Whiskey builds on many of Chesney's musical trademarks by pushing them further and in new directions. Features the pensive title track and special guest performers Grace Potter and George Jones5269ocn026747056rcrd19770.16Jones, GeorgeAll-time greatest hits51912ocn032810550rcrd19870.15Wynette, TammySuper hitsBlues (Music)Blues-rock musicCountry musicRock musicStand by your man -- Woman to woman -- Another lonely song -- You and me -- Good lovin' (Makes it right) -- My man (Understands) -- I don't wanna play house -- I'll see him through -- Till I get it right -- D-I-V-O-R-C-E4614ocn071752536rcrd20060.13Lewis, Jerry LeeLast man standingCountry musicCountry rock musicHonky-tonk musicRock music3872ocn233541151rcrd20080.12Jones, GeorgeBurn your playhouse down the unreleased duetsCountry legend George Jones is joined by an eclectic array of artists for a collection of unreleased duets. Included are collaborations with Ricky Skaggs, Dolly Parton, Keith Richards, and Marty Stuart3211ocn724726259rcrd20110.13Travis, Randy25 anniversary celebrationCountry music3151ocn022517955rcrd19900.19Parsons, GramGP Grievous angel3144ocn022379038rcrd19900.14Travis, RandyHeroes & friends duets3094ocn041933555rcrd19990.16Jones, GeorgeCold hard truth2838ocn031394686rcrd19910.17Jones, GeorgeThe essential George Jones the spirit of countryAn overview of George's career from 1954 to 2001. Includes 40 tracks of his best like: Why baby Why; White Lightning; He Stopped Loving Her Today. George is still touring and is a major contributer to country music2441ocn495280341rcrd20100.14Crazy heart original motion picture soundtrackFour-time Academy Award nominee Jeff Bridges stars as the richly comic, semi-tragic romantic anti-hero Bad Blake in the debut feature film from writer-director Scott Cooper. The soundtrack features original music performed by film stars Jeff Bridges and Colin Farrell, as well as tracks from Buck Owens, Waylon Jennings, and Townes Van Zandt2434ocn497048733rcrd20100.12Jones, GeorgeThe great lost hits2332ocn058472225rcrd20050.13Jennings, ShooterPut the O back in country2294ocn061658586rcrd20050.13Jones, GeorgeHits I missed-- and one I didn't"Most of these songs were sent to George Jones to record over the years. All of them went on to become big hits and, as he'd hear them on the radio, he'd laugh about the 'hits he missed'".--Insert note22423ocn025977893rcrd19620.21Jones, GeorgeThe best of George Jones2204ocn048095120rcrd20010.13Jones, GeorgeThe rock stone cold country 20012162ocn070314572rcrd20060.13Cyrus, Billy RayWanna be your Joe2131ocn056402535rcrd20040.16The unbroken circle the musical heritage of the Carter FamilyThe history of American roots music lies with southwestern Virginia's Carter Family's hymns, white blues, transplanted British folk ballads and sentimental 19th-century parlor songs. Playing melody on her bass strings, Maybelle helped to bring the guitar to the forefront of pop instrumentation. Even at the peak of their 1920s-30s success, lead singer Sara's deep tones resonated with restrained sorrow (perhaps for a troubled marriage and a career she wanted far less than husband A.P. and sister-in-law Maybelle). With a voice as weathered as her native Clinch Mountains, Sara, though only in her 30s, sounded like "Worried Man Blues" would eat at her until she reached the "River Of Jordan." These 20 rural tunes come from 1935 and 1940 sessions for ARC and OKeh. None of them were previously recorded for Victor, but Legacy's sound far surpasses Rounder's catalog of their Victor output2072ocn035654328rcrd19960.06The best of country sing the best of Disney1962ocn073829327rcrd20060.12Jones, GeorgeKickin' out the footlights-- again"*** Out of five."--Rolling Stone14077ocn034076691book19960.16Jones, GeorgeI lived to tell it allBiographyFinally, George Jones opens up and writes candidly and intimately about his failures and successes, his losses and loves+-+14138942158745ocn744549327file20110.35Isenhour, JackHe stopped loving her today George Jones, Billy Sherrill, and the pretty-much totally true story of the making of the greatest country record of all timeHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcWhen George Jones recorded "He Stopped Loving Her Today" more than thirty years ago, he was a walking disaster. Twin addictions to drugs and alcohol had him drinking Jim Beam by the case and snorting cocaine as long as he was awake. Before it was over, Jones would be bankrupt, homeless, and an unwilling patient at an Alabama mental institution. In the midst of all this chaos, legendary producer Billy Sherrill-the man who discovered Tammy Wynette and cowrote "Stand by Your Man"--Would somehow coax the performance of a lifetime out of the mercurial Jones. The result was a coun+-+66568526165563ocn617550825book20110.13Jones, GeorgetteThe three of us : growing up with Tammy and GeorgeBiographyFrom Georgette Jones, daughter of country music stars George Jones and Tammy Wynette, comes a memoir about reconnecting with her father after years apart+-+32034648964051ocn010403803book19840.17Carlisle, DollyRagged but right : the life & times of George JonesBiographyTells of the rise of George Jones from a Depression childhood to being a country music celebrity2451ocn010403522book19840.19Allen, BobGeorge Jones : the saga of an American singerBiography1923ocn030475004book19940.18Allen, BobGeorge Jones : the life and times of a honky tonk legendBiography+-+8341047685351ocn046798881book20010.25Brown, JimGeorge Jones : Why baby whyBiography+-+3897735006281ocn044391781visu19960.29America's music the roots of countryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyMusicWorld War II brought Americans overseas -- and brought Southern boys into the army where they took their music with them. This film looks at country music as it began to emerge as a nation force during WWII. It includes biographies of country music founding performers such as Minnie Pearl, Red Foley, Ernest Tubb, Hank Williams, Lefty Frizzell, Webb Pierce, Kitty Wells, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and George Jones+-+6099615325324211ocn853063518book20130.10Cooper, PeterGeorge Jones : king of broken heartsBiography171ocn013679188book19860.19Allen, BobGeorge JonesBiographyHe is, in fact, two men running in opposite directions at the same time. One is George Jones, King of Country Music. The other one is the George Jones who drinks whiskey like water; shot at his best friend; and once destroyed his own home in a fit of drunken rage. Here, for the first time in paperback, is a biography of this latter-day Jekyll and Hyde. It's all here: his impoverished boyhood in Texas; the years on the honky-tonk circuit; his simultaneous rise to superstardom and descent into alcoholic hell. And at the heart of it all, his tumultuous marriage to the Queen of Country, Tammy Wynette151ocn527366118book20020.28Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources+-+917511232591ocn527355835book19910.33Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources31ocn042918897visu19980.10George Jones21ocn301557076book20080.92Kennedy Center Honors 2008Calendars21ocn828745478visu20070.10George Jones Live Recordings from the Church Street StationFrom his 1956 award for "Most Promising New Country Vocalist" to a 2012 Grammy for Lifetime Achievement, George Jones has consistently impressed the fans and critics alike. This riveting performance from the country music legend was recorded live at Church Street Station in Orlando, and features special guests Johnny Rodriguez and Mark Gray. Filmed in the late 80s, the program shows why Jones has stayed on top for so long as he delivers crowd-pleasers like "He Stopped Loving Her Today"--Called the greatest country song ever recorded - "She's My Rock," "No Show Jones," and others11ocn070137640mix1.00Southern Folklife Collection song foliosHymnsMusicBluegrass musicChristmas musicFolk musicGospel musicHumorous songsSongsSong folios from the United States, Canada, Australia, and England, circa 1882-1983. Some folios were published by radio stations, including WSM in Nashville, Tenn., and WWVA in Wheeling, W. Va. Musical genres and song styles represented include calypso, comedy songs, country songs, cowboy songs, gospel songs, Hawaiian songs, hobo songs, hymns, Irish reels, labor songs, Latin-American songs, minstrel songs, Mormon songs, novelty songs, parodies, popular songs, spirituals, songs of the Industrial Workers of the World, traditional songs, union songs, vaudeville, western songs, and World War II songs. Significant persons and groups are listed below11ocn045442065mix1.00Bernhardt, John WilliamJack Bernhardt papersMusicBluegrass musicGospel musicThe collection includes materials on contemporary country artists; the Jerry and Tammy Sullivan Bluegrass Gospel Project; old-time music and musicians; and Uncle Joe Johnson, radio personality at WPAQ in Mount Airy, N.C., The contemporary country artists materials are interviews conducted by Jack Bernhardt with many of America's leading bluegrass and country music stars, including Mary-Chapin Carpenter, Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, David Grisman, George Jones, Wynnona Judd, Kris Kristofferson, Kathy Mattea, Hugh Moffatt, Bill Monroe, Jesse McReynolds, David Olney, Leon Redbone, Ricky Skaggs, Marty Stuart, Joe Thompson, Randy Travis, and Townes Van Zandt. The Jerry and Tammy Sullivan Bluegrass Gospel Project materials include interviews with Jerry Sullivan, Tammy Sullivan, and other members of the Sullivan family and field recordings of performances by the group in small churches in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas. Background information on the Sullivan family, photographs of performances, and concert posters are also included. Old-time music and musicians materials consist of interviews with and performances by many notable old-time musicians and scholars, some from the Galax, Va., and Mount Airy, N.C., areas. They include Rafe Brady, Cecelia Conway, Dwight Diller, Ernest East, Alice Gerard, Bill Hicks, Alan Jabbour, Tommy Jarrell, Gerry Milnes, Henry Reed, Tommy Thompson, and Jim Watson. Musical performances were recorded in both informal home settings and at workshops, fiddling conventions, and competitions. Uncle Joe Johnson materials include a magazine article written by Bernhardt for Bluegrass Unlimited about Mount Airy, N.C., radio station WPAQ and a number of photographs of WPAQ radio personality Uncle Joe Johnson and others. The Addition of July 2012 includes more interviews conducted by Bernhardt with contemporary artists including Trace Adkins, Sam Bush, Guy Clark, Susanna Clark, Vassar Clements, J.D. Crowe, Jerry Douglas, Vince Gill, John Hartford, Alan Jackson, Naomi Judd, Alison Krauss, Doyle Lawson, Charlie Louvin, Patty Loveless, Loretta Lynn, Jimmy Martin, Kathy Mattea, Martina McBride, Del McCoury, Reba McEntire, Ricky Scaggs, Earl Scruggs, the Steep Canyon Rangers, Rhonda Vincent, and Gretchen Wilson11ocn060422707art19550.10George JonesBiography11ocn317897086file19960.10Jones, GeorgeI lived to tell it allBiography+-+141389421511ocn702355402art20070.10McCartney, Martha WGeorge JonesHistoryGenealogyBiography DictionariesDictionaries+-+1413894215Fri Mar 21 15:26:03 EDT 2014batch48439