Hillbilly Hit Parade

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Hillbilly Hit Parade
Studio album by George Jones
Released 1958
Genre Country
Label Starday
George Jones chronology
Grand Ole Opry's New Star
(1957)
Hillbilly Hit Parade
(1958)
Long Live King George
(1958)

Hillbilly Hit Parade is a compilation album featuring American country music artist George Jones and other country music artists from the Starday record label, including Leon Payne and Jeanette Hicks. It was released in 1958. The album includes Jones's first chart hit "Why Baby Why" and one of his few rock and roll cuts, a cover of the Elvis Presley smash "Heartbreak Hotel".

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "Why Baby Why" (performed by George Jones)
  2. "Crazy Arms" (performed by Leon Payne)
  3. "I Walk the Line" (performed by Bennie Barnes)
  4. "Sweet Dreams" (performed by George Jones)
  5. "A Satisfied Mind" (performed by Joe "Red" Hayes)
  6. "You Are The One" (performed by George Jones)
  7. "You Gotta Be My Baby" (performed by George Jones)
  8. "Searching" (performed by Jeanette Hicks)
  9. "I Take The Chance" (performed by George Jones & Jeanette Hicks)
  10. "Blackboard Of My Heart" (performed by Leon Payne)
  11. "Hold Everything" (performed by George Jones)
  12. "Heartbreak Hotel" (performed by George Jones)
  13. "Any Old Time" (performed by George Jones)
  14. "I Want You, I Need You, I Love You" (performed by Eddie Blank)
  15. "Conscience I'm Guilty" (performed by Bennie Barnes)
  16. "Yes I Know Why" (performed by George Jones)