Sings from the Heart

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Sings from the Heart
Studio album by George Jones
Released 1962
Genre Country
Label Mercury
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Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Sings from the Heart is an album by American country music artist George Jones. This album was released in 1962 on the Mercury Records label.


After Jones signed with United Artists in 1961, Mercury began repackaging material the singer had recorded, with some of them dating back several years. Sings From The Heart collects a wide range of tunes of varying quality that have the word "heart" in the title, the exception being the ballad "Tender Years." In 1984, Jones biographer Bob Allen wrote that "The manner in which he sang the words to 'Tender Years' (which, in mid-1961, became his second number one single) was, in fact, just about enough to make the short hairs stand up on the back of one's head." In 1994, country music historian Colin Escott agreed, writing that the song "just about defined the territory he carved out as his own in the years ahead...the song, the production, and the performance came together in a statement of soon-to-be classic George Jones."


  1. "Aching Breaking Heart" (Rick Hall)
  2. "Hearts in My Dream" (George Jones, Roger Miller)
  3. "Candy Hearts" (Jones)
  4. "Talk to Me Lonesome Heart" (James O'Gwynn)
  5. "With Half a Heart" (Leon Payne)
  6. "Heartaches by the Number" (Harlan Howard)
  7. "When My Heart Hurts No More"
  8. "Cold Cold Heart" (Hank Williams)
  9. "I've Got a New Heartache" (Ray Price, Wayne Walker)
  10. "I Gotta Talk To Your Heart" (Jones, Miller)
  11. "Frozen Heart" (Jones, Yancey)
  12. "Tender Years" (Jones, Darrell Edwards)


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