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He 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 time

Author: Jack Isenhour
Publisher: Jackson : University Press of Mississippi, 2011.
Series: American made music series.
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When George Jones recorded "He Stopped Loving Her Today" more than 30 years ago, he was a walking disaster. Twin addictions to drugs and alcohol had him drinking Jim Beam by the case and snorting  Read more...

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Named Person: George Jones; Billy Sherrill
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Isenhour
ISBN: 9781617031014 1617031011 9781617031021 161703102X
OCLC Number: 701242562
Description: x, 209 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Prologue: shattering glass in a minor key --
George Jones live. Vacant, inert cipher --
Art and money --
The country music dialectic --
The lesson of Paducah --
Authenticty, a.k.a. the real deal. hillbillies and cowboys --
Country cred --
Jimmie and them --
The Nashville sound. Violins from hell or the short, official, pretty-much totally bogus history of the Nashville sound --
The long, unofficial, pretty-much true history of the Nashville sound --
Yeah, but is it country? --
Music makers. Follow the money --
The writing of "He stopped loving her today" --
The quonset hut --
Making music --
George Glen. Plum crazy --
Spoiled rotten child prodigy addict --
Heart broke --
The making of "He stopped loving her today" session: George Jones --
Eyewitnesses v. paperwork --
Collaboration and compilation --
Epilogue: true love purgatory.
Series Title: American made music series.
Responsibility: Jack Isenhour.

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