Friends in High Places (George Jones album)

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Friends in High Places
Studio album by George Jones
Released March 12, 1991
Genre Country
Length 27:52
Label Epic
Producer Billy Sherrill
George Jones chronology
You Oughta Be Here with Me
Friends in High Places
And Along Came Jones

Friends in High Places is an album by American country music artist George Jones, was released in 1991 on the Epic Records label. It would be his final album with the label. The album contained duets that were mostly recorded in 1988 and '91 (for example, the duet with Emmylou Harris, "All Fall Down", was recorded in 1984). Lack of publicity caused this 1991 album to slip by unnoticed...most of these duets were later placed on the mammoth duet project, the re-release of his 1979 album, My Very Special Guests. The title of this 1991 project was no doubt inspired by the Garth Brooks hit single of that time period, "Friends in Low Places".

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars link

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Duet partner Length
1. "A Few Ole Country Boys"   Troy Seals, Mentor Williams Randy Travis 3:37
2. "All Fall Down"   Harlan Howard, Ron Peterson Emmylou Harris 3:18
3. "Fiddle and Guitar Band"   Charlie Daniels Charlie Daniels 2:25
4. "All That We've Got Left"   Buddy Cannon, Vern Gosdin, Russell Smith Vern Gosdin 2:57
5. "Love's Gonna Live Here"   Buck Owens Buck Owens 1:58
6. "If I Could Bottle This Up"   Dean Dillon, Paul Overstreet Shelby Lynne 3:11
7. "I've Been There"   Tim Mensy Tim Mensy 2:22
8. "You Can't Do Wrong and Get By"   Larry Cordle, Jim Rushing Ricky Skaggs 2:41
9. "It Hurts as Much in Texas (As It Did in Tennessee)"   Dennis Knutson, A. L. Owens Ricky Van Shelton 2:22
10. "Traveller's Prayer"   Gretchen Peters Sweethearts of the Rodeo 3:01

Chart performance[edit]


Chart (1991) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 72


Year Single Peak positions
CAN Country
1991 "All Fall Down" 84

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